SPACEBALLS: THE AWESOME PAGE
- The opening shot that parodies the opening of Star Wars, pushing the size of the ship up to 11, all to reveal the bumper sticker "WE BRAKE FOR NOBODY."
- Even better if you know Brooks' original idea for the movie, albeit one he knew he didn't stand a chance of being allowed to do, was just to shoot 90 minutes of this one gag.
- You gotta admit, you all wanted "Spacebawls, da Flametrowah" after you saw this movie as a kid.Yogurt: Da kids love dis one.
- You must admit, the climactic lightsaber duel was pretty cool. Even if it was a spoof of those that came before.
- So was Lone Starr's backflip while dodging Dark Helmet's Frickin' Laser Beams.
- You do NOT want to shoot at Vespa's hair, you just don't!
Barf: (takes in the carnage) HOLY SHIT!
- After her impressive display with the weapon, Barf has only one thing to say:
- Barf turning the tide of battle against the mooks who had the gang backed into a corner during the escape from planet Spaceball. With nothing but a spare venting pipe off the wall!
- Lone Starr using the Schwartz to reverse the vacuum of Mega Maid. Mind you, this is one man using his power against a massive ship.
- Lone Starr is an idiot, but he managed to sneak into the self destruct room, whilst taking out two guards and even knowing how to use the code machines.
- Lone Starr's not an idiot, he just needed some coaching on the Vulcan Neck Pinch.
- For all the jokes, Spaceball-1's transformation actually looked pretty impressive.
- For that matter in general the movie had really solid special effects, sets, and makeup/costume work for a comedy/spoof. On the DVD documentary, they explained how they wanted the movie to look as good as the movies they're spoofing.
- The Awesome Music that plays during the Abandon Ship sequence, minor Soundtrack Dissonance notwithstanding.