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Morons From Outer Space [DVD]
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British sci-fi comedy spoof written by and starring comic duo Mel Smith and Griff Rhys Jones. When an extraterrestrial space captain is refuelling his spaceship at an intergalactic station, his woefully dim companions play with the controls, starting the ship and causing it to crash into the nearest planet - which just happens to be Earth. Havoc ensues as the aliens become an overnight media sensation - while their friend Bernard (Smith) is left stranded in outer space.
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Interesting to note that the other cinema was showing 9-5.
Image quality is frustrating; the transfer obviously has excellent contrast and some nice vibrant colour, but unfortunately this is all hidden under a veil of grain which is far too murky. I have a feeling that if it is ever deemed necessary, even a gentle clean-up would improve the transfer immeasurably. Sound quality is better, with a lot more happening in the surrounds than I was expecting. Bass performance is also surprisingly good. There's nothing in the way of extras though apart from a choice of soundtracks and a smattering of subtitles, although oddly some care has been taken over the menus.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Daft and funny: a typical British comedy, and completely underrated by so many.
RIP Mel Smith, you are sorely missed.