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Delivery Boy
« on: 05-27-2002 08:30 »

Well i just saw the above film on tv. it seemed like a cool movie with really tacky effects,, my only interest lay with its name and the supposed parody that lied between it and "Amazom Women in the Mood". saddly i cannot say i see any more similarity than the women part.. well anyway waht are your thoughts on the entire movie, i fell its a classic collection of dodgy acting and pathetic effects,, an easy 8 out of 10. simple for camp value purposes only.

Starship Captain
« Reply #1 on: 05-27-2002 09:00 »

Like director John Landis' earlier Kentucky Fried Movie, Amazon Women On The Moon has some shining moments, and a moment or two that is less than stellar.

The film parodies are my favorites: the titular generic '50s sci-fi parody, Son of The Invisible Man (running around naked, he only thinks he's invisible), and the "cautionary VD film" Reckless Youth featuring Carrie Fisher and Paul Bartel. The opening sequence and music, played as though from a straightforward disaster movie, is a pricelessly subtle gag for a movie so loaded with sight gags and injury-humor.

God help me, there is actually a film in which I was entertained by Arse(nio) Hall, Steve Guttenberg, and David Allen Grier. The whole weird sick hospital bit in which a new mother (Michelle Pfieffer!) is tormented by a lunatic doctor (Griffin Dunne) is pointless and downright ugly, but the rest of it ranges from funny enough to freaking hilarious.

--The little man trapped in your TV

Space Pope
« Reply #2 on: 05-27-2002 11:58 »

Hey, look, a WHOLE THREAD to talk about your favorite movies!

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