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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.


  • Mel Brooks
  • John Candy
  • Rick Moranis
  • Bill Pullman
  • Daphne Zuniga
  • Dick Van Patten
  • George Wyner
  • Michael Winslow
  • Joan Rivers
  • Lorene Yarnell Jansson

Did You Know?


  • President Skroob's name is an anagram of Mel Brooks, the man who plays him.
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  • After Lone Starr sprays shaving cream in the guard's face, he gives him the "Vulcan Nerve Pinch" to knock him out. As the guard falls, he knocks Lone Starr's ring off his finger. In the next shot, Lone Starr has the ring on again.
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    • [after attempting to get out of a chair with his seatbelt on]
    • Barf: Oh! That's gonna leave a mark.
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Spaceballs has the happy air of a comic enterprise that knows it's going right. It just keeps spritzing the gags at us, Borscht Belt-style, confidently and rightly sensing that if we don't laugh at this one, we'll laugh at the next. And so we do. After a long dry spell, Brooks is back on the money with Spaceballs. [24 Jun 1987, p.33]

Metacritic review by Jay Carr
Jay Carr
Boston Globe

The movie's dialogue is constructed out of funny names, puns and old jokes. Sometimes it's painfully juvenile. But there are some great visual gags in the movie, and the best is Pizza the Hutt, a creature who roars and cajoles while cheese melts off its forehead and big hunks of pepperoni slide down its jowls.

Metacritic review by Roger Ebert
Roger Ebert
Chicago Sun-Times

Full of love, Spaceballs is full of laughs; after 13 years of screen disappointments, Brooks has almost delivered another Young Frankenstein. May the box office be with it. [24 Jun 1987, p.1D]

Metacritic review by Mike Clark
Mike Clark
USA Today