Yet another in a long line of European James Bond knock offs during the swinging sixties, this piqued my curiosity due to the casting of Gordon Scott as the super agent - meet Bart Fargo! By that 4th time, Fargo is barely trying - he merely taps a door into the bad guy and then starts slapping him around like a wet noodle. It is great for blending in against tv screens playing the video game 'super breakout', but can also work with 'tetris' too. Nelson Actor Trace Beaulieu Mystery Science Theater 3000: Danger!! Death Ray will have you doubled over in laughter. The villa is filled with hidden machine guns and cameras, but Fargo has no problems with them, as long as he gleefully blows them all away. We never hear why he wants a dangerous death ray, or why he is so damn murderous, he just is, Ok! In , is his agent. I always get a kick out of this, especially since I wore contact lenses for about 15 years. Most of them are your basic fistfights: nothing terribly exciting.
Death Ray wants so badly to get those James Bond dollars, but the people who made it just didn't have the resources to pull it off. Like Frank Brana Pod People Pazzafini performed in hundreds of movies, many of them Spaghetti Westerns. Join them in this cult favorite series as they embark on a journey of gut-busting riffs on the classic cinematic missteps of yesteryear. One of my favorite moments is when he tries to sneak into the villa and ends up running into every guard in the place, but manages to knock them all out and stuff them in a closet. Or who can't get high-speed internet.
And that's the important thing. But who knows, nothing is clear to me because unlike most spy thrillers, watching this movie was like staring at cork-board for 2 hours, nothing happens of any interest. The riffs are funny business as usual. Keen eyed fans of Mystery Science Theater 3000 will recognize Pazzafini. Moneypenny - it's blatantly derivative.
There is also a scene where he is chased around an apartment complex. Brought to you by the support our lovely Patreon backers, including devoted listeners like Michael, Charlotte, Sean, Geoff, Geoff, Chad, and Pat. As the catchy theme song plays for the first time, Mike and the bots dance in their seats to it. Tom makes his own death ray for peaceful use but caves in to the pressure to use it on Crow. We get the evil Mr. There is also a trailer for the film. The scenes with the miniature vehicles are laugh out loud funny.
Click for the 1995 version. Fargo isn't introduced until a good 20 minutes in, awoken from his beauty sleep by a couple of babes. Bond Mania was in full swing in the late 1960s. Some lines are just nonsensical, or delivered in ways that just runs counter what you are seeing on screen. For more information on our video formats, please. Without taking the show too seriously, it demonstrates humorous intellect that reflects the show it analyzes, criticizes, and celebrates. There are plenty of opportunities for Fargo to deliver a pithy line, but most of the time he just stands there looking a bit lost.
Following a pursuit and gun battle, they escape by helicopter which lands on a submarine and is discarded as the submarine submerges. I believe there was this bland nondescript secret agent named Brett or Bert or. My ire for horrid movies is usually reserved for people that a knew how to make movies and b still committed crimes against art, so Hobgoblins is still at the bottom of my list. Manson, any of the three Coleman movies, Invasion Of The Neptune Men, Monster A-Go Go, etc. So, he has no problem depicting the physical aspect of being a hero - you have no trouble believing he can beat up a couple of henchmen. The spoken dialog itself is terribly crude: a woman is painting some self-portrait and Fargo climbs into her apartment thru the roof; 'What's the matter? Tom makes his own death ray for peaceful use but caves in to the pressure to use it on Crow. And the Host segments are actually pretty awesome: Crow catching fire, the woman-y sunglasses, Frank as a Hollywood agent.
They giggle over the toys and tease the catchy theme song. During each movie, the host and robots perform skits or songs, known as host segments, that are usually related to that episode's film. But my favorite ones are one scene which is one of the worst car chases I've ever seen on film let alone slowest, discount Bond isn't even putting the petal to the metal; what's really funny is by the end of it you can tell the final scene in it is a model. Rooting out a nest of spies in an ever-enclosing trail, Bart Fargo meets a lady when he hides in her house from the opposition and befriends an enemy agent who later helps him to stop the evil organization. Check out all their fancy little shows.
It really feels like this whole production was rushed, especially when you see the ridiculous editing of the final shot of the movie. Segment 1: Frank's an agent and Torgo wants his help. Except all of these are executed with miniatures and models. And since the host segments and riffing are so darn good, I put this as an above-average episode. Super Dragon was smooth and had a talking table. Later, Fargo interrogates one of his attackers. The special effects are of course the big hit in this movie with them, with a ton of riffs calling this movie out as a child playing with his toys.