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Noah Rymer over 3 years ago
when I first saw this, I didn't like it. Gets so much better with multiple viewings
Guy Meltzer over 3 years ago
funny movie
Lindy Oates over 5 years ago
This movie is hilarious. If you love old sci-fi and have a sense of humor you'll love it.
Andrew Hill over 6 years ago
WTH is this doing in Horror?!?! It's a comedy, and an amazing one at that!
Dylan Clites almost 7 years ago
I giggled once or twice, but it's mostly passable. Why do people love this so much?
jacksonmurtha almost 7 years ago
ridiculously funny, but I'm not sure how well some of the jokes age
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EJ Strauss 6 years ago
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie is a 1996 theatrical adaptation of the television series Mystery Science Theater 3000, produced and set between seasons 6 and 7 of the show. It was released by Gramercy Pictures and Best Brains with distribution held by Universal Pictures. The Film is rated PG-13 by the MPAA. MST3K: The Movie was filmed away from the Best Brains corporate headquarters and studio in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, at Energy Park Studios in St. Paul. It stars Michael J. Nelson, Trace Beaulieu, Kevin Murphy, and Jim Mallon. The movie opens with mad scientist Dr. Clayton Forrester (Trace Beaulieu), working from an underground laboratory, explaining the premise of the film (and associated TV series). Mike Nelson (Michael J. Nelson) and the robots Crow T. Robot (Beaulieu), and Tom Servo (Kevin Murphy), along with Gypsy (Jim Mallon), are aboard the Satellite of Love high in Earth's orbit, when Dr. Forrester forces them to watch the movie This Island Earth to break their wills...
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