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Mom and Dad Save the World
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Directed By
Greg Beeman

Teri Garr, Jeffrey Jones, Jon Lovitz, Eric Idle, Wallace Shawn, Dwier Brown, Kathy Ireland, Thalmus Rasulala

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Mom and Dad Save the World (1992)
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Movie Review by Jenny
June 4th, 2007

God I loved this movie when I was a kid. The corny jokes, the goofy costumes, the mushroom people, the Light Grenades, Jon Lovitz...this movie had me rolling on the floor laughing.

Mom and Dad Save the World is about a very normal, very old-looking couple Marge and Dick. They go on their summer vacation, and are abducted by Tod Spengo, ruler of the planet Spengo. You see, Tod was looking through his ridiculously large telescope at Earth, wanting to destroy it, when he saw Marge using her Thigh-Master in her backyard. He fell in love immediately and abducted them so he could make her his wife. The very normal, very old-looking couple then must battle all the strange creatures of Spengo (including a metal bikini clad Kathy Ireland, married to the most unlikely of people), and save Earth from destruction.

Tod Spengo is my absolute favortie character that Jon Lovitz plays. His goofy songs, his costumes, his wigs, he cracks my sh*t up. Oh, and Eric Idle as the imprisioned old and very forgetful king? Priceless. I want to watch this movie again.

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