Spaceballs is a 1987 science fiction spoof in which Planet Spaceball’s President Skroob sends Lord Dark Helmet to steal Planet Druidia’s abundant supply of air to replenish their own, and only Lone Starr can stop them.
Lone Starr is the protagonist of Spaceballs. He is a parody of Han Solo and Luke Skywalker. At a age, he was left on the doorstep of a …
The Sequelitis trope as used in popular culture. As the number of films in a series grows, the probability that the latest entry will be terrible increases …
Dark Helmet is the secondary antagonist of Spaceballs. He tries to act as a spoof of Darth Vader, but deviates strongly for comedic purposes (eg, Helmet looks shorter and acts nerdier than Vader).
A description of tropes appearing in Spaceballs. The evil leaders of Planet Spaceball, having foolishly squandered their precious atmosphere, have devised a …
Directed by Mel Brooks. With Mel Brooks, John Candy, Rick Moranis, Bill Pullman. Planet Spaceballs’ President Skroob sends Lord Dark Helmet to steal planet Druidia’s abundant supply of air to replenish their own, and only Lone Starr can stop them.
The Corn Hole drinking game is played outdoors and is a staple in America at tailgates and parties alike as it’s a semi-competitive way of getting drunk with a partner.
15 Mind-Blowing Facts Fans Didn’t Know About Spaceballs. Spaceballs was made 30 years ago. However, there is far more to Mel Brooks’ cult classic than meets the eye.
Science Fiction has come up with some pretty awesome ways to blow stuff up. Starships, mind weapons, even the lowly knife. Now one thing I learned with my 48 Best Military Scifi list is everyone wants something added!
Once upon a time warp. . . . In a galaxy very, very, very, very, far away, there lived a ruthless race of beings known as . . . Spaceballs. Chapter Eleven