In the early 1980's when arcade games were of the norm, the government plans to contact alien life with popular culture known as video games backfired once they took Galaga, Space Invaders, and E.T. as an offense and start to attack with video games! (Pac-Man, Donkey Kong, E.T., etc) Humanity's only hope in saving the earth are none other than kids who played video games, together they command the US Army to stand up against the video game armada by following the rules of the games! Think of it as like Stranger Things meets Goonies meets Monster Squad meets Gremlins ...
Based on one of the most popular Mario titles, Things seem normal around the Mushroom Kingdom, Mario rescuing Princess Peach from Bowser and such. but then suddenly a giant sword appears from the sky and crashes into Bowser's Castle, separating the three far away in the Mushroom Map and breaks 7 magic pieces from Star Road leaving the Mushroom Kingdom doomed without dreams and wishes. To retrieve the star pieces, Mario must lead a party of colorful characters and battle the evil Smithy Gang!
Plumbers Mario and Luigi return with Princess Daisy back into the Mushroom Kingdom where they discover a new villain has taken over Dinohattan and now Mario, Luigi, Toad, Daisy, and Yoshi must stop him!
What if there was an animated Super Mario Bros Movie back in the 1990s?
Did you know the 1993 live-action "Super Mario Bros." movie could've been a LOT different? When it was first green-lighted in 1991, the first draft of the script envisioned a COMPLETELY different film, one that was actually faithful to the games. It would've involved Mario and Luigi (played by Danny DeVito and Steve Buscemi) as they attempt to rescue Princess Hildy (the princess was still called "Toadstool" in the US back then, so the producers wanted a better name) from the evil King Koopa (played by Arnold Schwarzenegger in very, VERY heavy makeup and costuming) in a wacky world reminiscent ...
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