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  • Actors: Jane Curtin, Michelle Burke Dan Akroyd
  • Language: English, French
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000059TER
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #49,448 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Coneheads est un film américain réalisé par Steve Barron, sorti en 1993.Les habitants de la planète Remulak débarquent sur Terre. Leur crâne en forme de cône surprend, mais ils l'expliquent par le lieu dont ils prétendent venir, la France. Un couple d'émissaires de la planète Remulak, Beldar et Prymaat, vient pour conquérir la Terre. À la suite d'une mauvaise manœuvre, leur navette plonge dans l'East River près de New York. Ils sont recherchés par les services de l'immigration. Pour survivre en attendant la navette de secours, ils s'intègrent : un petit boulot, un petit pavillon... et un enfant.

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oneheads (1993) Dan Aykroyd, Jane Curtin, Michelle Burke, Michael McKean, Jason Alexander, Lisa Jane Persky, Chris Farely, David Spade, Phil Hartman, Dave Thomas, Sinbad, Jan Hooks, Michael Richards, Jon Lovitz, Kevin Nealon, Adam Sandler, Garrett Morris, Laraine Newman, Tim Meadows, Julia Sweeney, Ellen DeGeneres, Parker Posey, Joey Lauren Adams, Drew Carrey, Tom Arnold, Eddie Griffin, D: Steve Barron. Spin-off of the 1970s Saturday Night Live skit has the family of cone-headed, robot-walking-and-talking aliens (from the planet Remulak) landing on earth in an unsuccessful mission where they adjust to New Jersey suburban life, and are unsuspectingly pursued by INS agents. Enjoyable family comedy is silly and odd if unexpectedly delightful, with a lot of sight and sound gags, some will go over a young one's cone. Surrounded by the terrific Aykroyd and Curtain (who you can tell perform earnestly) are over dozens of SNL veterans and present cast members. Written by Aykroyd, his daughter, Danielle and younger brother, Peter both give cameos. Running Time: 87 minutes and rated PG for some crude humor.
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Coneheads is one of the best "Saturday Night Live" movies. I was expecting a light comedy but what I got was a whole lot more.
Following a similar plot to the skit, Coneheads is the story about the Beldar Conehead family who crash on earth during a scouting mission for planet conquest. While here, they dodge the INS, have a child and discover that life on Earth is quite good.
This is where the movie shows its heart. It could have been a movie of comedy bits but by the end, it is about happiness in a stable family, which is quite refreshing in these days of depressing movies about divorces and unmarried couples. It is nice to see Beldar be a father figure to his daughter rather than the "Let Your Kids Be Who They Are" mentality of these days. The direction of the film in excellent, setting up many nice visual gags and shots that are very impressive for a comedy film. And at times, the film feels "epic" as you see the family on the run from the INS, to moving to the suburbs to returning to their planet.
There are great performances throughout the film and the many cameos are perfect. Look for funny scenes from Jan Hooks, Adam Sandler, Michael Richards, and Garrett Morris. Michelle Burke makes a nice debut as Connie Conehead and I expect to see more of her in the future.
On the surface, this seems like a dumb movie and it has received many poor reviews. But if you sit back and let it take you on an adventure (and if you can keep up with the way the Coneheads use different words for common items) you will be pleasantly surprised.
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When Aliens (Dan Aykroyd & Jane Curtin) from another World come to Earth to be Studying and Conquest the Planet but when thier Spacecraft is being gun-down by Military Aircrafts. Then they get stuck on Earth and the Female Alien is Pregnant. Then they discover that-they might be stuck on Earth for a very long time. Once they baby daughter is Born, then years to come. The Aliens becoming used to thier new Planet but when a Gouverment Immigration Agency (Micheal McKean & David Spade) are seaching for these unique Extra-Terrestrials.
Directed by Steve Barron (The Adventures of Pinocchio, Electric Dreams, Merlin) is a entertaining, delightful funny fantasy for all ages. Aykroyd & Curtin are fun as the Alien Parents. Michelle Burke (Dazed and Confused) plays thier Daughter. This film was Critically Lambasted back then and also an Box Office disappointment. Many of Ex-Saturday Night Lives comedians like:Laraine Newman, Chris Farley, Jan Hooks, Phil Hartman, Adam Sandler & Many More appears in Small Roles. Watch for:Parker Posey, Micheal Richards, Drew Carey, Eddie Griffin and Ellen DeGeneres appears in Cameos. Written by Aykoryd, Tom Davis, Bonnie Turner & Terry Turner. Based on a Popular-SNL sketch show. Watch also for Jon Lovitz & Tom Arnold in Unbilled Cameos. Grade:A-.
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The Coneheads followed The Blues Brothers and Wayne's World as Saturday Night Live ideas transferred to movies. Coneheads is arguably based on a funnier idea than either of the other two, but for some reason the film it produced was less successful. The idea had already been used for a thirty minute cartoon ten years earlier, and this script is based on that cartoon. The fact that the material has been stretched to thrice its original length shows slightly with some padding material.
Ayckroyd and screen daughter Michelle Burke are fine in their roles, and quite endearing to watch. You might think differently, but for me, Jane Curtin doesn't quite have their charm, although it's interesting to see her develop some of the mannerisms she would later use in Third Rock From The Sun. 23 year old Michelle Burke and 29 year old Chris Farley play the two teenage lovers and Spinal Tap's Michael McKean plays the villain. Surprisingly this casting works. The youngsters appear younger than they are and McKean shows his range.
There is some clever defamiliarisation satire on the American way of life, the English Language, and on immigration policies. This cleverness works in tandem with the silliness of the piece to give an enjoyable, if flawed movie.
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