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K20 - The Last Chase



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This movie would be better with Troy and Rowsdower.


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Zeitgeist Meister - 6 months ago

Dr. Erhardt undergoing water boarding. It would have been more pleasant to use Coke and a Mentos.


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leecrystal1 - 9 months ago

Oh Canada that explains why it sucked... Crow T Robot


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ManDance! '92 - 10 months ago

Man this movie is dreary.


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Tim Hall - 10 months ago

11:44 would have been a great moment to introduce special musical guests The Kingston Trio playing MTA.


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Tim Hall - 10 months ago

Starting at 11:08, Majors says a line that warned us against Reagan.


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Zeitgeist Meister - about 1 year ago

Gotta wonder if ol' Gidgit Howell still has her Demon Dog.


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Saguaro cacti take hundreds of years to grow and are now a very tightly protected species. But this movie blows up several of them just for the kicks.


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So the problem is that one guy driving a car is disturbing the indescribably fragile peace and tranquility of the whole country, and his solution is to shout, chew the scenery, and send an armed jet fighter after the car? Because the only way to take back the tranquility ruined by a guy driving a fast, gas-guzzling car towards freedom is to send a bigger, faster, more gas-guzzling vehicle that has the freedom to fly on a mission to blow it all up. Tranquility!


Yes, I added it to the riffs, but it really deserves recognition...
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Servo has been doing this extensive tangential riff that started with Burgess Meredith sounding like Sammy Davis, Jr. and somehow ended up with an immortal cyborg nightclub comedian. Joel decides to put an end to it.

36:32 Joel: Don't talk over the movie.


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30 minutes in, he's sitting there in the garage with the door closed, revving the engine, for a couple of minutes. Filling the garage with exhaust and wasting the one tank of gas in the entire city. And not a riff to be heard. Real missed opportunity.


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Huh. That second host segment (20 minutes in) is odd. Joel means to give Crow a conscience, but Crow starts wondering about why people are staring at him and if he has spinach in his teeth or something. Joel says it was the wrong module. I was 100% expecting "I guess I hit the self-conscious module instead of conscience," but he says "paranoid." I don't get it.


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Stereo Catz - over 2 years ago

Wow! Long train ride.


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Stacy J. Litherland - over 2 years ago

I think Major's car was a Red Barchetta.


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Bruce Ellsworth Reed - over 3 years ago

This has to be the worst movie ever, I mean, it outdoes "Manos."


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Michael Noga - over 3 years ago

Holy Crap! Lee Majors' boss is Morty from Meatballs!


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oh man...! did dr. forrester really drink that stuff from larrys mouth??!!!! ew!!!!


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Daniel Durham - about 4 years ago

i don't know. joel is my alltime favorite from the entire cast. for some reason he reminds me of one of my bestestest childhood friends. all he's missing is a skateboard.


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I can't stop imagining Chris Makepeace as the original choice for Robby Benson's role in City Limits. He lost out by asking for ten bucks too many, and for his own personal hair stylist.


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00:50:15 Joel talking to their thousandth fan is priceless, as the fan wins a Demon Dog Hat.

"Sure, it's a little bit hard on the skull, but whadaya' want for nothin'?"

Kind of sums up the "movie" nicely, too.


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MB - over 4 years ago

The name of the 'hero' in this movie kept making me laugh because of the 9-5 movie with Dabney Coleman's character F....art lol The longer I watched this the funnier it got.


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MB - over 4 years ago

Beatle mania medley was fun lol


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NS - almost 5 years ago

At last, somebody had the moral fiber to speak out against the eeeevil of inexpensive, non-polluting public transportation!
And wow, Burgess Meredith really was in everything for a while there.


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Matthew Eickhoff - about 5 years ago

I find the early episodes from ssason 0 quite enjoyable for their own quirky style and sensability. They are definitely more of an acquired taste for the moore seasoned MST3K fan, it takes some time getting used to Tom Servo's voice. I really liked some of their riffing and this movie.