History Film / TheIcePirates

17th Oct '17 4:42:17 PM Lacudra
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* {{Well Excuse Me Princess}} Jason and Karina.

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* {{Well Excuse Me Princess}} Jason and Karina.Karina.
* WhateverHappenedToTheMouse: When they made it through the time warp, everything reverted back to the point when they entered it, which includes the space herpe being caught. This means that it's still loose on the ship as the movie ends.
20th Sep '17 9:14:23 PM rwe1138
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* {{No Peripheral Vision}}: Very Parodied!

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* {{No Peripheral Vision}}: Very Parodied!parodied!



* {{Royals Who Actually Do Something}}: Karina's father, who goes looking for the Seventh World to help the galaxy, and Karina herself, who winds up doing the same thing will trying to find her father.

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* {{Royals Who Actually Do Something}}: Karina's father, who goes looking for the Seventh World to help the galaxy, and Karina herself, who winds up doing the same thing will while trying to find her father.
20th Aug '17 8:33:30 AM nombretomado
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* {{Well Excuse Me Princess}} Jason and Karina.
* XMeetsY: ''Series/{{Firefly}}'' (if, instead of a {{Western}} motif, they went with pirates) meets ''Series/RedDwarf''. Note: this movie came out before either series...

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* {{Well Excuse Me Princess}} Jason and Karina. \n* XMeetsY: ''Series/{{Firefly}}'' (if, instead of a {{Western}} motif, they went with pirates) meets ''Series/RedDwarf''. Note: this movie came out before either series...
6th May '17 7:57:11 AM CorahsUncle
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* {{Beta Couple}} Maida and Killjoy, two supporting characters who have tension throughout the movie, until they finally kiss at the end.

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* {{Beta Couple}} Couple}}: Maida and Killjoy, two supporting characters who have tension throughout the movie, until they finally kiss at the end.



* {{Slap Slap Kiss}} Jason and Princess Karina. Not only do they spend much of the movie insulting one another, but they're also locked in a battle of wits, trying to threaten, capture, enslave, or embarrass one another.

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* {{Slap Slap Kiss}} Kiss}}: Jason and Princess Karina. Not only do they spend much of the movie insulting one another, but they're also locked in a battle of wits, trying to threaten, capture, enslave, or embarrass one another.



* XMeetsY: ''Series/{{Firefly}}'' (if, instead of a {{Western}} motif, they went with pirates) meets ''Series/RedDwarf''. Note: this movie came out before either series...

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* XMeetsY: ''Series/{{Firefly}}'' (if, instead of a {{Western}} motif, they went with pirates) meets ''Series/RedDwarf''. Note: this movie came out before either series...

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6th May '17 7:45:18 AM AnotherGuy
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** The Pirate's Den, a bar filled with space thugs and aliens, is a huge nod to the Mos Eisley Cantina scene in ''Star Wars''. With that in mind, Maida's duel with the bounty hunter who she cooly decapitates is probably a nod to Han Solo killing Greedo.

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** The Pirate's Den, a bar filled with space thugs and aliens, is a huge nod to the Mos Eisley Cantina scene in ''Star Wars''. With that in mind, Maida's duel with the bounty hunter who she cooly decapitates is probably a nod to Han Solo killing Greedo. Greedo or Obi Wan dispatching Ponda Baba.
25th Jan '17 9:40:30 PM Ratmaster999
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*** Even moreso when it bursts out of the turkey at the dinner table.
23rd Jan '17 11:10:02 AM AnotherGuy
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* TheDreaded: A MassOhCrap when they find out the ship has Space Herpes.
23rd Jan '17 11:08:39 AM AnotherGuy
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* SpaceX: Space... herpes. Space... ''herpes''.
23rd Jan '17 11:05:42 AM AnotherGuy
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* ArtisticLicenseAstronomy: The film's main premise was severely undermined by the realization that water is one of the most common substances in the entire universe, being found even on Mercury.

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* ArtisticLicenseAstronomy: The film's main premise was severely undermined by the realization that water is one of the most common substances in the entire universe, being found even on Mercury. (Not to mention the room that appears to be sort of projection-slash-makeout room. The scene shows the characters getting drenched by an artificial rainstorm. To be fair, the obvious posing to make the characters look like a cheesy romance novel cover probably was the point of the scene.)
* ArtisticLicensePhysics: Even given the premise of water being rare, it's still the classic of ill-researched science fiction films -- it would be difficult indeed to actually monopolize all the water in the galaxy, as the expository crawl claims the Templars have done.



* YouFailPhysicsForever: The classic of ill-researched SF films--it would be difficult indeed to actually monopolize all the water in the galaxy, as the expository crawl claims the Templars have done.
** Taken to new levels when it's shown that one of the pirate hideouts orbits a ringed gas giant (a stock NASA animation of Saturn). You want ice? Go outside and grab a chunk! In fact, water is one of the most common substances ''in the universe''. There's even ice on ''Mercury''.
** Not to mention the room that appears to be sort of projection-slash-makeout room. The scene shows the characters getting drenched by an artificial rainstorm. To be fair, the obvious posing to make the characters look like a cheesy romance novel cover probably was the point of the scene.
*** And perhaps a little of "You know what really turns me on? Burning ''lots of money''."


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* YouFailPhysicsForever: The classic of ill-researched SF films--it would be difficult indeed to actually monopolize all the water in the galaxy, as the expository crawl claims the Templars have done.
** Taken to new levels when it's shown that one of the pirate hideouts orbits a ringed gas giant (a stock NASA animation of Saturn). You want ice? Go outside and grab a chunk! In fact, water is one of the most common substances ''in the universe''. There's even ice on ''Mercury''.
** Not to mention the room that appears to be sort of projection-slash-makeout room. The scene shows the characters getting drenched by an artificial rainstorm. To be fair, the obvious posing to make the characters look like a cheesy romance novel cover probably was the point of the scene.
*** And perhaps a little of "You know what really turns me on? Burning ''lots of money''."

23rd Jan '17 11:02:47 AM AnotherGuy
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* ArtisticLicenseAstronomy: The film's main premise was severely undermined by the realization that water is one of the most common substances in the entire universe, being found even on Mercury.
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