The following are the all of the articles that have been tagged as and being related to Rick Moranis that can be found here at Musings From Us, for your enjoyment.
“Once upon a time warp in deep space, the struggle between the nice & the rotten goes on…” starts the rolling introduction to this pop culture spoof on mainstream sci-fi movies, from Star Wars to Planet of the Apes and even Heavy Metal, no one is safe! Featuring a galaxy of stars and veterans from many of the movies in the Mel Brooks franchise, this never movie never ceases to keep up from laughing from beginning to end. Mel Brooks stars as the bumbling President Skroob of planet Spaceballs, as well as the wise alien sage, Yogurt. Skroob and his incompetent henchmen, Colonel Sandurz (George Wyner) and Dark Helmet (Rick Moranis). The people of Spaceballs have polluted their air so heavily that they intend to invade the beautiful, peaceful planet of Druidia to steal their fresh air. The thing is, Druidia has its atmosphere locked down, so the Spaceballs are going to have to do something seriously treacherous to get them to open the sky shield. Read more... (514 words, 117 images, estimated 2:03 mins reading time)
All is quiet in New York City, or is it? An elderly librarian (Alice Drummond) is about to be scared witless by an even more elderly apparition, a ghost. Not knowing what to do the library calls the university for some help. This is how the movie starts and it keeps you totally engaged in the film till the very end. You have the straight man Egon Spengler, the clueless spook chaser and fantasizer Raymond Stantz and the womanizer and sleaze Peter Venkman. Read more... (823 words, 99 images, estimated 3:18 mins reading time)
The 90s were a great time for Universal Studios. This was the time when they made some of their best movies, and Amblin was a name everyone knew would produce a hit movie. When Amblin took on Hanna-Barbera’s, The Flintstones, as a live action movie, somehow they knew they would produce a product that was pure family fun, and it remains so to this day. The formula for such a fun movie involves John Goodman as Fred Flintstone, and Rick Moranis as Barney Rubble. These hardworking cavemen would not be anywhere with there cute cavewoman wives, Wilma (Elizabeth Perkins) and Betty (Rosie O’Donnell). Pebbles (Elaine Silver, Melanie Silver) and strong boy Bamm-Bamm (Hlynur Sigurðsson) and Dino add to the cuteness, we even get to meet nerdy boss, Mr. Slate (Dann Florek), Add the BC-52s (fun alternative party band, The B-52s) to your soundtrack, and you got a movie that is about as fun as it gets. Read more... (691 words, 89 images, estimated 2:46 mins reading time)