The Freedom Force

Synopsis: Five legendary heroes band together to defeat evil forces in many guises.
 
IMDB:
8.5
Year:
1978
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[BOY]

I know what you're thinking.

Some sort of science-fiction

movie, right?

That's me, Peter.

Now, listen up because

here's the strange part.

This is not fiction,

it's all real.

This is actually happening

to me and my new friends.

The tall guy there.

His name is Aristotle.

And of course, she's Nicole.

Oh, and that's profiterole

and his dog Houston.

[ALL SCREAMING]

Yeah, so maybe I am

screaming my head off.

After all, before today I'd much rather

just read about adventures

than find myself

smack in the middle of one.

You see, no ones

a bigger Sci-Fi fan than me.

But even I never imagined

I'd be going

into some of

my favorite stories of all time

on a secret mission called

"operation freedom force."

[THUNDERCLAP]

[EVIL LAUGHTER]

Master, things are

about to go very wrong

for that wretched writer

Jules Verne.

They'll never know.

Hmm.

I understand. Mm.

Yes, of course.

Here's to us

and all those who are left.

[CHUCKLES] Hmm.

[MANIACAL LAUGHTER]

[COUGHING]

Oh! Oh.

Ugh.

[MANIACAL LAUGHTER]

Ooh! Go away!

Bad moth.

[WOMAN]

When we got married, you promised me

I would be the new queen.

I meant it

as a term of endearment.

France has not had a queen

since Marie Antoinette.

This is starting

to give me a headache!

Imagine how Marie Antoinette

must have felt at the end.

Ugh!

Well, I guess you just

don't love me anymore

now that you're so busy

being the president.

Of course I do!

What if I put you in charge

of something really important?

I'm listening.

You'll run international literacy day.

We're honoring Jules Verne.

Frances most famous author.

Hmm. Will there be press?

Yes, a lot.

A film contract?

Uh, most likely, yes.

Paparazzi? Magazine covers?

I can see the headlines now.

"Jules Verne.

"The father of science fiction,

honored by Carol.

Frances very own

queen of reading."

So I will be queen.

Still think I don't love you.

Snookie Wookie?

Oh, Jacques.

My Tushie Whooshie.

Hey! Let's hold the event

at the Louvre

and get rid of that ugly glass

pyramid that's in front of it.

That could be a possibility.

We would have to

consult the, uh...

oh! You are magnificent,

my darling husband.

And that is why

I adore you. Mwah.

And with a little luck.

I will be on the cover

of all the magazines next week!

Ciao ciao, now.

Ugh! Where's my champagne?

With all of his most famous

stories mixed up.

Jules Verne will be disgraced.

[EVIL LAUGHTER]

Let's see if "five weeks

in a balloon" makes sense

without its main character.

[MANIACAL LAUGHTER]

Oh, no! Lions! Hurry up.

[GROWLS]

Get us higher.

[TOGETHER] Whoa!

[GASPS]

Dr. Ferguson! Dr. Ferguson...

not right now, Joe.

But doctor, this journey,

it is costing you

an arm and a leg.

Tell me about it.

I mean it quite literally, sir.

You are missing

an arm and a leg.

Oh, Ferguson.

You're disappearing! Look!

Impossible! And also

very inconvenient right now.

[ALL GASPING]

This is very weird.

I knew from the start this was

a perfectly terrible idea.

Crossing Africa

in a hot-air balloon.

It's about as insane

as someone trying to travel

around the world in 80 days.

[TOGETHER] Whoa!

If you're a religious man, Joe.

Now's the time to pray.

[JOE] Oh, dear.

Next on my hit list.

"20,000 leagues under the sea."

[EVIL LAUGH]

Talk to me, Aronnax.

What say the nautilus' sensors?

[ARONNAX] Captain Nemo, something

is happening to the submarine.

Our controls are...

[RADIO STATIC]

[NEMO]

Ugh! Nautilus, come in!

Nautilus!

[MAN] What's up with the fish?

They're afraid of something.

[NEMO]

Nautilus, do you read me?

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