The laughs come at “ludicrous speed” in this 25th Anniversary Edition of Mel Brooks’ outrageous sci-fi spoof that takes you to a galaxy far, far funnier than you ever imagined. Loaded with out-of-this-world extras — including hilarious new content created exclusively for this release — Spaceballs is cosmic comedy at its finest!
When ruthless President Skroob (Brooks) plots to steal the air supply from neighboring planet Druida, it’s up to hero-for-hire Lone Starr (Bill Pullman) and his man-dog sidekick Barf (John Candy) to rescue a spoiled Druish princess (Daphne Zuniga) from the clutches of Dark Helmet (Rick Moranis). Along the way, they meet the wise Yogurt (Brooks again!), who teaches them the mystical secrets of “The Schwartz”...and the almighty power of movie merchandising!
**Theatrical Feature Blu-ray
**Force Yourself! Spaceballs and the Skroobing of Sci-Fi
**Watch the Movie at Ludicrous Speed
**Audio Commentary by Mel Brooks
**Additional Commentary Tracks in Mawgese and Dinkese
**Spaceballs: The Documentary
**In Conversation: Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan
**John Candy: Comic Spirit
**3 Spaceballs Galleries: Behind the Movie, The Costumes, The Art
**Exhibitor Trailer with Mel Brooks Introduction
**Original Theatrical Trailer
Cast & Crew
The film's low-tech styling is roughly the cardboard inversion of the cinematic machines it parodies, and Brooks seems less inclined than usual to push the overkill urges too far.
If it isn't likely to generate what Mr. Brooks himself refers to as 'Spaceballs II: The Search for More Money, neither is it anything less than gentle, harmless satire that occasionally has real bite.