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Pro wrestling superstar Hulk Hogan plays an intergalactic warrior who lands on earth in this fun-filled adventure comedy for the whole family! Ordered to take a vacation on Earth, alien Shep Ramsey (Hogan) rents a room in a quiet American suburb and--unsuccessfully--tries to pass himself off as a foreigner to his landlord (Christopher Lloyd), his landlord's wife (Shelley Duvall) and their two kids. But when intergalactic bounty hunters land on Earth, to save his new friends--and the universe--from total destruction, Shep must become an alien Suburban Commando.
© 1991 New Line Productions, Inc.
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Common Sense Says
Goofy '90s Hulk Hogan comedy has lots of slapstick violence.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Suburban Commando is a '90s movie starring Hulk Hogan. The violence is mostly slapstick and played for comedy, although the slimy and lizard-like alien villain may frighten small children. Spaceships and space weapons take a back seat to the Hulk’s brawn in many funny physical confrontations. Much of the humor and violence derive from his unfamiliarity with earthly ways. General Suitor’s hand is cut off, and a scary lizard-like one grows back. His life threatened, Charlie grabs Suitor’s testicles, which triggers the bad guy to shed human form and appear as his slimy eight-foot lizard self. Expect some innuendo and drinking; profanity includes "ass," "Christ," and "crap."
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- Genre:Action, Comedy, Sci-Fi, Family
- Release Date:October 4, 1991
- Audio Format:Stereo
- Screen Pass Eligible:Yes
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