The Adventures of Pluto Nash

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Overview

Eddie Murphy gets way, way out in this futuristic sci-fi comedy. In the year 2087, the Earth's natural resources have been largely depleted, and an increasingly large number of people have taken up residence on the moon, where the pioneering attitude of the new residents has created a culture not unlike the old west. Pluto Nash (Eddie Murphy) is one such lunar exile who formerly made his living outside the law, but has since gone straight and now runs the hippest nightclub in the moon colony known as "Little ...
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Overview

Eddie Murphy gets way, way out in this futuristic sci-fi comedy. In the year 2087, the Earth's natural resources have been largely depleted, and an increasingly large number of people have taken up residence on the moon, where the pioneering attitude of the new residents has created a culture not unlike the old west. Pluto Nash (Eddie Murphy) is one such lunar exile who formerly made his living outside the law, but has since gone straight and now runs the hippest nightclub in the moon colony known as "Little America." Pluto is approached by Mogan (Joe Pantoliano), a gangster who wants to buy the nightclub; Pluto has no interest in selling, but it seems Mogan isn't about to take no for an answer. Pluto also discovers Mogan is in cahoots with Max Crater, a crime boss whose goal is to take over the entire moon. The Adventures Of Pluto Nash also features Randy Quaid as Pluto's robot bodyguard, Rosario Dawson as a naive singer who has just arrived on the moon, Peter Boyle as Rowland the pool hustler, Jay Mohr as old-school lounge singer Tony Francis, Illeana Douglas as a cloning technician, and Pam Grier as Pluto's mother.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/24/2002
  • UPC: 012569681538
  • Original Release: 2002
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  • Source: Warner Home Video
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Eddie Murphy Pluto Nash
Randy Quaid Bruno
Rosario Dawson Dina Lake
Joe Pantoliano Mogan
Jay Mohr Tony Francis
Luis Guzman Felix Laranga
James Rebhorn Belcher
Peter Boyle Rowland
Burt Young Gino
Miguel A. Nuñez Jr. Miguel
Pam Grier Flura Nash
John Cleese James
Victor Varnado Kelp
Illeana Douglas Dr. Mona Zimmer
Alexandre Bisping Ted Jefferies
Lillo Brancato Jr. Larry
Christopher Bregman Michalak
Mark Camacho Robot Holding Cell Clerk
Bill Corday Roy
Andree Fafard Holographic Spokesmodel
Ezra Franklyn Robot Thug
Terry Haig Security Guard
Mary Hammett Holographic Nurse
Serge Houde FBI Agent
Eric Hoziel Johnson
Don Jordan Reporter
Heidi Kramer Filomina Francis
Alissa Kramer Gina Francis
Roc Lafortune Jimmy
Marlon Long Lindsey
Angela Perzow Robot Maid
Roger E. Reid Pit Boss
Jacynthe Rene Babette
Stu "Large" Riley Club Pluto Bouncer
Michael Rudder Croupier
Cornelia Sharpe Tony Francis Fan
Lorca Simons Pretty Reporter
Alex Sol Tommy
Doug Spinuzza Doug
Jonathan Stark Desk Clerk
Lana Underwood Sexy Robot
Russell Yuen Oliver
Technical Credits
Ron Underwood Director
Gilles Aird Art Director
William D. Barber Camera Operator
Jocelyne Bellemare Makeup
Lev Bereznycky Set Decoration/Design
Bruce Berman Executive Producer
Cami Bourquin Associate Producer
Martin Bregman Producer
Michael S. Bregman Producer
Joseph Lang Browns Set Decoration/Design
Bill Brzeski Production Designer
Frank Capra III Asst. Director, Co-producer
Mary Colquhoun Casting
Neil Cuthbert Screenwriter
Colin de Rouin Set Decoration/Design
John Dexter Set Decoration/Design
Elizabeth Finch Musical Arrangement
Shepherd Frankel Art Director
Alan Heim Editor
Paul Hirsch Editor
A. Todd Holland Set Decoration/Design
Mike Klawitter Co-producer
Michele Laliberte Set Decoration/Design
Celine Lampron Set Decoration/Design
Felix Lariviere-Charron Set Decoration/Design
Richard Merryman Camera Operator
Russell Moore Set Decoration/Design
Ha Nguyen Costumes/Costume Designer
John Powell Score Composer
Brana Michelle Rosenfeld Set Decoration/Design
Patrick Rousseau Sound/Sound Designer
Louis A. Stroller Producer
Dianne I. Wager Set Decoration/Design
Jason Weil Art Director
Oliver Wood Cinematographer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Pluto Nash IS the man on the Moon!

    Even though this movie totally flopped at the box office, I rented it and thought it was great! Though Eddie wasn't as good as in I-SPY, the jokes were original, the cast was funny, and the sets, costumes, music, and special effects were AMAZING. (Which they should be, because 100 million was spent on this movie, even though it only made 2 on its opening weekend.) Also, I thought this would be stupid teenager humor, but it was actually more mature, with some jokes only fun after thinking about them for a minute or two.

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