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Every Year Hollywood Makes Hundreds of Movies. This is One of Them!
|Hapless mike nelson is kidnapped by an evil scientist and forced to watch the classic b sci-fi movie this island earth, but mike and his robot friends triumph by showering the film with their side-splitting commentary.|
"So, how does movie differ from TV show? The answer is, thankfully, not a lot. John F. Kelly, The Washington Post
Editor's NoteThis feature version of the irreverent TV series about a man on a spaceship who's forced to watch bad movies with his robot pals skewers the would-be 1950s classic THIS ISLAND EARTH. While admiring the film's content (or lack thereof), the earthling and his robot-puppet pals make various funny comments throughout.
Cast & Crew
|Michael J. Nelson|
|Bill Johnson - Editor|
|Billy Barber - Original Music By|
|Jef Maynard - Production Designer|
|Jeff Stonehouse - Cinematographer|
|Jim Mallon - Director|
|Joel Hodgson - Based On TV Series Created By|
|Michael J. Nelson, et. al. - Screenplay|
|Rando Schmook - Art Director|
|Trace Beaulieu, et. al. - Producer|
Plot SummaryThis film follows the same premise of the cable TV series it's based on: a man named Mike Nelson, along with two witty robots, is held captive in outer space by mad scientist Dr. Clayton Forrester. As an experiment, Forrester subjects them to a barrage of horrible, "cheesy movies". Nelson and the bots proceed to make fun and crack wise at virtually everything that happens in the film, from the opening to closing credits.| In this big-screen version, the film lampooned by the gang is 1955's "This Island Earth", a campy, no-budget film about earthlings who are kidnapped by aliens. | But will Mike and his metallic buddies ever find a way to escape from the demented Forrester?