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Amazon Women on the Moon
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Directed By
John Landis, Joe Dante, Carl Gottlieb, Peter Horton, Robert Weiss

Written By:
Michael Barrie, Jim Mulholland

Rosanna Arquette, Steve Guttenberg, Steve Allen, B.B. King, Michelle Pfeiffer, Arsenio Hall, Andrew Dice Clay, Howard Hesseman, Lou Jacobi, Carrie Fisher, Griffin Dunne, Sybil Danning, Henny Youngman, Monique Gabrielle, Paul Bartel, Kelly Preston, Ralph Bellamy, Russ Meyer, Steve Forrest, Joey Travolta, Ed Begley Jr., Forrest J Ackerman, Archie Hahn, Phil Hartman, Peter Horton, Charlie Callas, T.K. Carter, Dick Miller, Roxie Roker

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Movie Review by Zara
April 4th, 2007


A movie comprised of a bunch of short scenes, all making fun of the campy nature of old science fiction movies as well as some of the age-old bullsh*t that men and women have to go through. Probably one of my favorite parts is watching Steve Guttenberg get run through a system to determine whether or not he's worthy of dating and all the information that comes up on him. It's funny in light of the fact that anyone can go online and look up that information super quickly now, so much so that no one really blinks an eye at it, but back when this movie was made it was a laughable concept.

Great flick, tons of fun.

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Movie Addict
Apr 9, 2007 8:33 AM
It was a hoot and the Guttenberg skit was hilarious.

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