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Super Mario Bros Film

Film-Fiasko "Super Mario Bros." Zwei Klempner und ihr Griff ins Klo. Chaos am Set, acht Drehbücher, betrunkene Stars: Die. Der schüchterne New Yorker Klempner Luigi hat gerade die hübsche Daisy kennen gelernt, als sie vom bösen King Koopa entführt wird. Mit seinem Bruder Mario eilt Luigi zu ihrer Rettung in die Parallelwelt Dinohattan. Das Schicksal der Menschheit. Die beliebten Videospiel-Charaktere Mario und Luigi, alias die Super Mario Bros.​, werden zum ersten Mal auf die Leinwand gebracht und müssen die Prinzessi.

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Super Mario Bros Film

Ein Fall für die besten Klempner von Brooklyn - die Mario Bros. Doch als die Brüder Luigi (John Leguizamo) und Mario (Bob Hoskins) den Schaden beheben​. Film-Fiasko "Super Mario Bros." Zwei Klempner und ihr Griff ins Klo. Chaos am Set, acht Drehbücher, betrunkene Stars: Die. Super Mario Bros. ein Film von Rocky Morton und Annabel Jankel mit Bob Hoskins, John Leguizamo. Inhaltsangabe: Der Film basiert auf der weltbekannten.

In Dinohattan, Mario confronts Koopa and eventually defeats him when he and Luigi fire their devolution guns at Koopa and blast him with a Bob-omb.

Koopa, now transformed into a ferocious, semi-humanoid Tyrannosaurus , attempts to kill the Mario Bros. With Daisy's father restored after Koopa's defeat, he reclaims control over the kingdom.

The citizens celebrate and immediately destroy anything under Koopa's influence. Luigi professes his love for Daisy and wants her to come to Brooklyn with him, but Daisy cannot come until the damage caused by Koopa is repaired and thus, she wants to spend more time with her father.

Crestfallen, Luigi kisses Daisy goodbye as he and Mario return home to Brooklyn, with Daisy watching them leave. Three weeks later, the Mario Bros.

In a post-credits scene , two Japanese business executives propose making a video game based on Iggy and Spike, now trapped on Earth, who decide on the title The Super Koopa Cousins.

The suggestion for a film based on the Super Mario Bros. He presented Arakawa with an initial draft of the script. He pitched to Yamauchi the storyline which led to Nintendo receiving interest in the project.

Nintendo retained merchandising rights for the film through a "creative partnership" with Lightmotive. However, Nintendo had no interest in creative control and believed the Mario brand was strong enough to allow an American experiment.

His story followed brothers Mario and Luigi on an existential road trip so similar to Morrow's prior Rain Man that production titled the script " Drain Man ".

Screenwriters Jim Jennewein and Tom S. Parker were brought on next to write a more traditional adaptation.

Jennewein said, "Essentially what we did was what Shrek did [ I felt the project was taking a wrong turn [ We didn't want to hold back. We basically worked backwards.

The concept of a parallel universe inhabited by dinosaurs was inspired by Dinosaur Land from the recently released Super Mario World. This script signed the main cast, finally convincing Bob Hoskins to take on the role of Mario.

Directors Morton and Jankel considered leaving the project, but decided to stay after talking it over with each other and realizing that no other director could at that point come on and understand the material enough to properly adapt it.

They would remain through production to provide final rewrites, dialogue for ADR, and the dialogue for the expository animated dinosaur opening.

When you bring actors in a screenplay goes through another evolution. So you can say that rather like the fungus in the movie the screenplay constantly evolves.

After securing the rights to the film, Lightmotive went to work finding the casting for the characters. Initially, Dustin Hoffman expressed interest in portraying Mario.

However, Arakawa didn't believe that he was the right man for the role. Initially Hoskins didn't like the script and didn't want to do another children's film: "I'd done Roger Rabbit.

I'd done Hook. I didn't want to become like Dick Van Dyke. I've got a mustache. I worked as a plumber's apprentice for about three weeks and set the plumber's boots on fire with a blowtorch.

Bob was brilliant at assuming the character, in a slightly amplified way that would be in keeping with his supposed subsequent game iteration.

Now it's our turn! He had a wonderful combination of empathy and irreverence but was entirely without guile. It was not specifically scripted to be cast with a Hispanic or Latino actor, but it made perfect sense that the Mario Bros.

Nixon's agent pitched him to casting as a "third-rate Tom Waits—for half-price". Several weeks before shooting was to begin, Disney purchased the distribution rights to the film and demanded significant rewrites.

Morton said the final result was a script that was not at all like the script that he, Jankel, and the cast had signed on to film, and that the tone of the new script was not at all compatible with the sets, which had already been built.

Leguizamo said, "It's eight-year-olds who play the game and that's where the movie needed to be aimed. They shot scenes with strippers and with other sexually-explicit content, which all got edited out anyway.

Principal photography of the film began on May 6, , and wrapped on July 27, Morton and Jankel would even provide such instructions as what apeture the camera had to be at, to which Semler responded by questioning his employment on the production.

I tried to get the editor to cut it digitally, but they refused. They wanted to edit on Moviola and Steenbeck machines, so the process was laboriously slow, which didn't help us get the special effect cut in on time.

Production Designer David Snyder approached turning the Mushroom Kingdom into the live-action setting of Dinohattan also known as DinoYawk or Koopaville by "[taking] all the elements that are in the video game" and "[turning] them into a metaphor and [combining] them with 3-D and real characters".

This inspires Koopa to recreate Dinohattan, but "he didn't get it quite right. The place is twisted, off balance, different. And he doesn't even know it.

Snyder found the location a unique opportunity: "In this building, with all the existing concrete structure, we could hang the scenery from the structure, and not have to build scaffolding, and could integrate the concrete structure into the film's design.

Here I have a street level, a pedestrian walkway and above that Koopa's Room, plus six or seven stories in height. I have more flexibility in layering of levels.

It's a major, major opportunity. You'd never be able to do this on a sound stage. There isn't a sound stage big enough. Lead creatures designer and supervisor Patrick Tatopoulos was aware of the concurrent Jurassic Park production, so consciously designed the dinosaurs for Super Mario Bros.

It is the first film to have used the software Autodesk Flame , now an industry standard. The site's consensus states: "Despite flashy sets and special effects, Super Mario Bros.

Michael Wilmington of the Los Angeles Times said "It's a movie split in two: wildly accomplished on one level, wildly deficient on another.

Woods on a 4K resolution transfer and restoration for a future Region A release. In a interview, Hoskins said Super Mario Bros.

In a interview, he was asked, "What is the worst job you've done? Leguizamo prepared a video message for the film's 20th anniversary in , saying "I'm glad people appreciate the movie [ It was a husband-and-wife directing team who were both control freaks and wouldn't talk before they made decisions.

Anyway, I was supposed to go down there for five weeks, and I was there for It was so over budget. That's all you can ask for as an actor—that your work, and something you were part of, left an impression on people and makes them feel good.

Co-director Morton reflected on the movie in as a "harrowing" experience. Morton felt "very uneasy" being put in the position of having to defend the new script.

In addition, working with Dennis Hopper was "really, really hard. Really hard. I don't think [Hopper] had a clue what was going on.

At that time, there was a very hardcore movement against video games, and a lot of anti-video games sentiment. I wanted to make a film that would open it up and get parents interested in video games.

Co-director Jankel said, "I do feel in my heart, it was a hell of an achievement to have made it, under those circumstances, and it has in time, happily, achieved cult status [ It has strange cult status.

He said, "They never phoned up to complain [ And in that sense, it became a movie that was about a video game, rather than being an entertaining movie in and of itself.

Ryan Hoss, a longtime fan of the film, launched the fansite Super Mario Bros. In Steven Applebaum joined the site as editor-in-chief to help collect production materials and organize interviews.

He said, "Most of the [cast and crew] were very happy about it because, at the time, it was a very revolutionary movie [ Thomas Leitch has written that Super Mario Bros.

In , fansite editors Steven Applebaum and Ryan Hoss teamed with one of the film's original screenwriters, Parker Bennett, on a fanfiction webcomic sequel.

The adventure picks up with Mario and Luigi returning to Dinohattan to aid Daisy in defeating mad scientist Wart , the final boss from Super Mario Bros.

Bennett provided general direction before "[passing] the torch" to Applebaum and Hoss. The soundtrack, released on May 10, by Capitol Records , featured two songs from Roxette : " Almost Unreal ", which was released as a single, and "2 Cinnamon Street", which is an alternate version of the song "Cinnamon Street" from Roxette's album Tourism.

The music video for "Almost Unreal" was inspired by the film, featuring scenes from the film and a de-evolution theme. They hide behind a support and Luigi notices that the fungus appears to be offering them a Bob-omb.

Mario pulls him away before he can take it, though, and the two escape using a zipline-like contraption. Two Goombas attempt to blast them with flamethrowers, but fail to hit them.

The brothers then enter the police garage, where they steal a police car. Although Mario struggles to turn it on, Luigi successfully operates the computer as a result of playing video games, and they drive off with two other police cars in pursuit.

After a short chase, Mario tricks the officers into crashing into each other, killing the police officers. The two brothers celebrate their victory and enter a tunnel leading to the Koopahari Desert.

The computer warns them that the tunnel is unfinished, but the car leaves the city's power grid and powers down before they can brake.

The car propels out of the tunnel and nearly crashes into the rocks below but is caught by the fungus, allowing them to climb out and escape into the desert.

Back at his tower, Koopa and Lena are enjoying a mud bath together when Iggy and Spike hurry into the room. Apologizing for interrupting, they report on the location of Mario and Luigi, and Koopa tells them to go capture them.

He then orders Lena to have Daisy cleaned and brought to him. She does so, bursting into the prison cell where the women are being held.

She identifies Daisy as, "Princess Daisy," prompting surprised looks from the other women, and leads her away. Meanwhile, Iggy bids farewell to a nervous Spike, who is locked into the de-evolution machine.

On Koopa's signal, the machine is flipped from "de-evolve" to "evolve," resulting in a more intelligent Spike.

Two nearby workers pull Spike from the chair and force in Iggy, who is unaware he is also going to be evolved. The two cousins, now intelligent, are ordered by Koopa to retrieve Mario and Luigi and the meteorite shard from the desert, or be personally killed.

Daisy prepares to meet Koopa, now wearing a purple dress that belonged to her mother. Lena then enters the room and tells Daisy more about her mother, telling her that she took Daisy to the other dimension before she was "born," then died.

Daisy asks if her father is alive, but she doesn't reveal anything. Lena then states that Koopa thinks she is the only one with the ability to merge the dimensions, and that she isn't ready to let her efforts go to waste.

Meanwhile, Mario and Luigi wander in the desert lost, arguing over who is to blame for their situation. At his tower, Koopa discusses the Goomba's Devolution Gun training with the police chief until Lena enters, announcing Daisy is ready.

Daisy waits nervously in another room lit with candles and a fire, where she meets Yoshi , a dinosaur resembling a velociraptor walking about the room, chained by its neck.

He curiously observes Daisy, who is initially frightened, then fascinated. Koopa, who had walked in seconds earlier, then surprises her by speaking and confirming that Yoshi truly is a dinosaur.

He remains cool, introducing himself as ruler of this dimension. He ignores Daisy's demands about the whereabouts of her father, instead flirting while confirming that Daisy also descended from the dinosaurs.

Koopa's face then begins to show lizard-like features again, which scares Daisy. She runs from Koopa and into Toad, whom Koopa instructs to take her away, before kicking Yoshi in the face for licking his leg.

Back in the desert, Iggy and Spike locate Mario and Luigi, driving a small, six-wheeled vehicle towards them.

They accidentally drive off a cliff, attracting the attention of the Mario Bros. Quickly, the brothers tie them up, demanding information.

They reveal the purpose of Daisy's necklace and Koopa's plan with it. Luigi offers a trade: the meteorite shard in exchange for Daisy.

At Koopa's Tower, Daisy is looking out the window, but turns her attention to Yoshi when she sees him trying to bite his chain in two, and offers the dinosaur sympathy.

Back in the desert, the Marios, along with Iggy and Spike, notice a garbage truck, which is unloading the trash in the middle of the desert. They knock out the garbage men, hijack the truck, and drive back into the city.

Once inside, Mario and Luigi attempt to locate Big Bertha. Iggy and Spike head to the bar, ordering drinks as a toast to Koopa's downfall.

Mario finds and confronts Big Bertha, attempting to seduce her, but resulting with a punch in the face. Mario then walks over to her again, trying reverse psychology this time, and Big Bertha demands he dance with her, during which he attempts to snatch Daisy's necklace back.

He finally does so, just as the song ends, but Lena and a squad of Goombas arrive after having been tipped off by the coat check.

Mario and Luigi attempt escape, but lose the necklace, saved from falling into a floor vent by Lena, in the process before being aided by Big Bertha.

She lends them each a pair of Thwomp Stompers, instructing them on their use. They then escape through the roof, and, while they are moving, Luigi notices that the fungus is once again trying to give them a Bob-omb.

The brothers then continue running from Goombas, only to be cornered on a catwalk by cops, but escape by jumping into the back of a moving garbage truck.

Mario complains that it is impossible for them to enter the tower, but Luigi insists that nothing is impossible, only improbable.

Back at Koopa's tower, the president enters a chamber filled with a type of fungus, a portion of which retreats into a larger section when Koopa enters.

He then engages in small-talk with the fungus, eventually leading to him stating that, once the dimensions are merged, all of its rebellion is going to have been in vain.

The garbage truck then dumps its load, Mario and Luigi included, outside Koopa's tower. Entering, they observe the badly-maintained heating pipes that serve the tower.

Under Mario's instruction, Luigi begins blocking off all of the valves. An alarm is set off, forcing them to leave quickly. As they head for the elevator, Mario stops at a locker, opens it, and pulls out two mechanics' uniforms which look like the clothes that Mario and Luigi wear in the video games.

As the two celebrate in the elevator, the door opens and two Goombas enter. They manage to hide behind the oblivious Goombas, and as the elevator continues upwards, more and more Goombas enter, all unaware of the Marios.

Meanwhile, Lena, secretly in possession of the meteorite piece, has returned to the tower with Iggy and Spike as her prisoners.

She reports to Koopa that they were preaching his overthrow, to which Koopa orders them killed. He walks off, followed by Lena. She attempts to tell him she has the necklace, as well as tell him to not use Daisy, feeling he only cares for her, but he ignores her out of anger, and mentions that the only thing he truly cares about is the future of his species.

Lena then privately decides to work on her own. Back in the elevator, Luigi gets an idea from the elevator music.

Gently rocking each of the Goombas individually, he begins making the Goombas dance, distracting them. At the top of the tower, Toad enters the chamber Daisy is held in, offering her some dinner, though she replies that she is a vegetarian, and requests some steamed vegetables.

Lena then enters the chamber. Daisy asks her if she would help her escape, though Lena replies by pulling a knife in an attempt to kill her, her reason being that, "everyone deserves what they've earned.

However, Lena then stabs Yoshi and chases after her. Meanwhile, as the Goombas continue to dance in the elevator, Mario and Luigi escape through a vent on top of it.

Eventually, the elevator door opens again, and standing in front is another Goomba. Seeing the others dancing in the elevator, the Goomba shouts at them to stop and get out, which they do.

In the hall, Daisy runs into Toad, carrying her plate of steamed vegetables, and runs away from him before encountering two Goombas escorting Iggy and Spike for execution.

They beg for her help as the Goombas pull out flamethrowers, and ignite Toad. Iggy, Spike, and Daisy escape, though she takes the fire extinguisher off the wall and puts out Toad.

As the trio continue their escape, Iggy and Spike claim that they were her most loyal supporters, having been with her father since his demise. They take her to Devo 4, the chamber in which her father, as a fungal mass, is kept and leave her alone to take it all in.

As Mario and Luigi make their way to Daisy, they encounter a seemingly bottomless pit. Luigi tries to jump across, and both brothers are surprised when he finds he is suspended in midair.

Eventually, he is able to convince Mario to jump as well; however, Luigi finds out that his belt was caught by a hook attached to a rope, and tries to tell Mario, but it is too late.

Mario begins the plummet to his doom, only to be saved by the fungus below, which creates a trampoline for him. Luigi then fails to grab Mario's hands, due to being caught off guard.

Mario then falls back down and gets tramped up again, this time being caught by Luigi and the two escape the room. As Daisy is taking in the sight of her father, Yoshi enters the room.

Daisy runs over to him, notices the knife in his neck, and pulls it out. The dinosaur then directs her attention to a special gun, which she uses to activate a speaker.

Mario and Luigi, having heard Daisy over the speakers, then find a grate. Daisy then tells the brothers her location, Devo 4, before they knock the grate in, unaware that Koopa is watching.

Walking through the air ducts, Luigi notices that the fungus is trying to communicate, and picks the mushroom, but Mario is still unconvinced.

The police chief then contacts Koopa to alert him that, per instructions, the troops were in place for the invasion of Earth. Koopa, surprised, then questions who supplied the order, to which the chief explains that he did, according to Lena.

Realizing Lena possesses the meteorite piece, he demands her arrest. In Devo 4, Daisy meets up with Mario and Luigi and introduces them to her father.

Luigi then realizes and tells Mario that he was the fungus that has been helping them the entire time. Daisy then reminds Mario of Daniella and tells him that she is being held prisoner in the Goomba barracks.

Mario quickly dashes away to save her. However, Luigi and Daisy run straight into Koopa and an entourage of Goombas and are immediately captured.

Immediately after capturing Luigi and Daisy, Koopa orders preparations for the invasion of Earth. Meanwhile, Lena attempts her escape, but is ambushed and caught by the police chief, who takes the meteorite shard from her.

In the tower, Mario locates the Goomba barracks and defeats the Goomba guard inside, saving Daniella and the rest of the missing Brooklyn girls.

He hastily barricades the door just as more Goombas attempt to enter, then sets to work on the ventilation shaft.

The police chief presents the meteorite shard to Koopa, who orders Lena's release and begins rallying the Goombas. At the barracks, several Goombas blow the door open with flamethrowers, but are greeted by an empty room.

They realize that the women had escaped with Mario by riding on a mattress down the frozen pipe, and they do the same in pursuit.

Mario and the girls then duck under some icicles, which one of the Goombas hits, knocking him off the mattress. The chase continues until Mario leaves a wrench in a hole, causing the Goombas's mattress to flip over and its passengers to fly off.

Mario and the girls then notice the exit of the air vent, with the two Goombas still following them, one on top of the other. The remaining mattress and its passengers fly out of the shaft, while the Goombas stop short.

Their crash landing distracts Koopa and allows Luigi and Daisy to join Mario's side. Koopa approaches them with a flamethrower, declaring that he has won and Earth's humans are soon about to de-evolve.

Several announcements then come through his communicator, distracting him. This allows Luigi to grab a Bullet Bill from a broken shop display and hand it to Mario.

Mario inserts it into a Thwomp Stomper from the shop, then activates the shoe. It flies into Koopa and knocks him into an empty vat located over the street.

However, Koopa quickly recovers and starts to fire his flamethrower. Using some fungus, Mario swings onto the vat, climbs up it, and begins fighting Koopa, hitting him from above and causing Koopa to drop the meteorite shard, which he held in his mouth, to the ground below.

Lena catches it, but falls off the ledge and onto some electrical wiring. However, Mario tricks Koopa into believing he has the shard, and he is attacked.

Lena then runs off to the meteorite chamber to merge the dimensions. Luigi, Daisy, and the other girls run after her, hoping to stop her while Mario and Koopa continue to fight, Koopa being unaware that Lena has the shard.

Luigi and Daisy enter the chamber, just in time to see Lena about to insert the shard into the meteor. Daisy begs her to stop, but she continues with her progress anyway.

Koopa and Mario continue their fight on a catwalk. Looking into his belt, Mario pulls out the Bob-omb , prompting mass panic on the surrounding streets and walkways.

Realizing the power the object possesses, Mario winds the Bob-omb's key and places it onto the ground, where it begins walking towards a panicking Koopa.

However, it falls through a crack. Unaware of its continuing progress, Mario gives up on the Bob-omb and the two enemies approach each other menacingly.

As the girls escape through the rock wall, Lena inserts the shard completely. The resulting energy burst kills her, leaving behind a skeleton with hair.

Daisy then realizes that Koopa was correct; only she could merge the dimensions, because only she could withstand the energies the meteorite would create.

Back on the street, Koopa and Mario start to disappear as the dimensions merge and Koopa begins to laugh maniacally.

Daisy and Luigi begin to work together to pull out the shard, using an assortment of Mario's tools. In Brooklyn, Daniella and the other women warn those at the dig site about the coming invasion.

Daniella then notes that the World Trade Center has merged with Koopa's tower. Scapelli is there, yet believes the whole thing is a hoax for publicity.

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Meanwhile, Mario and Luigi wander in the desert lost, arguing over who is to blame for their situation. At his tower, Koopa discusses the Goomba's Devolution Gun training with the police chief until Lena enters, announcing Daisy is ready.

Daisy waits nervously in another room lit with candles and a fire, where she meets Yoshi , a dinosaur resembling a velociraptor walking about the room, chained by its neck.

He curiously observes Daisy, who is initially frightened, then fascinated. Koopa, who had walked in seconds earlier, then surprises her by speaking and confirming that Yoshi truly is a dinosaur.

He remains cool, introducing himself as ruler of this dimension. He ignores Daisy's demands about the whereabouts of her father, instead flirting while confirming that Daisy also descended from the dinosaurs.

Koopa's face then begins to show lizard-like features again, which scares Daisy. She runs from Koopa and into Toad, whom Koopa instructs to take her away, before kicking Yoshi in the face for licking his leg.

Back in the desert, Iggy and Spike locate Mario and Luigi, driving a small, six-wheeled vehicle towards them. They accidentally drive off a cliff, attracting the attention of the Mario Bros.

Quickly, the brothers tie them up, demanding information. They reveal the purpose of Daisy's necklace and Koopa's plan with it. Luigi offers a trade: the meteorite shard in exchange for Daisy.

At Koopa's Tower, Daisy is looking out the window, but turns her attention to Yoshi when she sees him trying to bite his chain in two, and offers the dinosaur sympathy.

Back in the desert, the Marios, along with Iggy and Spike, notice a garbage truck, which is unloading the trash in the middle of the desert.

They knock out the garbage men, hijack the truck, and drive back into the city. Once inside, Mario and Luigi attempt to locate Big Bertha.

Iggy and Spike head to the bar, ordering drinks as a toast to Koopa's downfall. Mario finds and confronts Big Bertha, attempting to seduce her, but resulting with a punch in the face.

Mario then walks over to her again, trying reverse psychology this time, and Big Bertha demands he dance with her, during which he attempts to snatch Daisy's necklace back.

He finally does so, just as the song ends, but Lena and a squad of Goombas arrive after having been tipped off by the coat check.

Mario and Luigi attempt escape, but lose the necklace, saved from falling into a floor vent by Lena, in the process before being aided by Big Bertha.

She lends them each a pair of Thwomp Stompers, instructing them on their use. They then escape through the roof, and, while they are moving, Luigi notices that the fungus is once again trying to give them a Bob-omb.

The brothers then continue running from Goombas, only to be cornered on a catwalk by cops, but escape by jumping into the back of a moving garbage truck.

Mario complains that it is impossible for them to enter the tower, but Luigi insists that nothing is impossible, only improbable.

Back at Koopa's tower, the president enters a chamber filled with a type of fungus, a portion of which retreats into a larger section when Koopa enters.

He then engages in small-talk with the fungus, eventually leading to him stating that, once the dimensions are merged, all of its rebellion is going to have been in vain.

The garbage truck then dumps its load, Mario and Luigi included, outside Koopa's tower. Entering, they observe the badly-maintained heating pipes that serve the tower.

Under Mario's instruction, Luigi begins blocking off all of the valves. An alarm is set off, forcing them to leave quickly.

As they head for the elevator, Mario stops at a locker, opens it, and pulls out two mechanics' uniforms which look like the clothes that Mario and Luigi wear in the video games.

As the two celebrate in the elevator, the door opens and two Goombas enter. They manage to hide behind the oblivious Goombas, and as the elevator continues upwards, more and more Goombas enter, all unaware of the Marios.

Meanwhile, Lena, secretly in possession of the meteorite piece, has returned to the tower with Iggy and Spike as her prisoners.

She reports to Koopa that they were preaching his overthrow, to which Koopa orders them killed. He walks off, followed by Lena.

She attempts to tell him she has the necklace, as well as tell him to not use Daisy, feeling he only cares for her, but he ignores her out of anger, and mentions that the only thing he truly cares about is the future of his species.

Lena then privately decides to work on her own. Back in the elevator, Luigi gets an idea from the elevator music. Gently rocking each of the Goombas individually, he begins making the Goombas dance, distracting them.

At the top of the tower, Toad enters the chamber Daisy is held in, offering her some dinner, though she replies that she is a vegetarian, and requests some steamed vegetables.

Lena then enters the chamber. Daisy asks her if she would help her escape, though Lena replies by pulling a knife in an attempt to kill her, her reason being that, "everyone deserves what they've earned.

However, Lena then stabs Yoshi and chases after her. Meanwhile, as the Goombas continue to dance in the elevator, Mario and Luigi escape through a vent on top of it.

Eventually, the elevator door opens again, and standing in front is another Goomba. Seeing the others dancing in the elevator, the Goomba shouts at them to stop and get out, which they do.

In the hall, Daisy runs into Toad, carrying her plate of steamed vegetables, and runs away from him before encountering two Goombas escorting Iggy and Spike for execution.

They beg for her help as the Goombas pull out flamethrowers, and ignite Toad. Iggy, Spike, and Daisy escape, though she takes the fire extinguisher off the wall and puts out Toad.

As the trio continue their escape, Iggy and Spike claim that they were her most loyal supporters, having been with her father since his demise. They take her to Devo 4, the chamber in which her father, as a fungal mass, is kept and leave her alone to take it all in.

As Mario and Luigi make their way to Daisy, they encounter a seemingly bottomless pit. Luigi tries to jump across, and both brothers are surprised when he finds he is suspended in midair.

Eventually, he is able to convince Mario to jump as well; however, Luigi finds out that his belt was caught by a hook attached to a rope, and tries to tell Mario, but it is too late.

Mario begins the plummet to his doom, only to be saved by the fungus below, which creates a trampoline for him. Luigi then fails to grab Mario's hands, due to being caught off guard.

Mario then falls back down and gets tramped up again, this time being caught by Luigi and the two escape the room. As Daisy is taking in the sight of her father, Yoshi enters the room.

Daisy runs over to him, notices the knife in his neck, and pulls it out. The dinosaur then directs her attention to a special gun, which she uses to activate a speaker.

Mario and Luigi, having heard Daisy over the speakers, then find a grate. Daisy then tells the brothers her location, Devo 4, before they knock the grate in, unaware that Koopa is watching.

Walking through the air ducts, Luigi notices that the fungus is trying to communicate, and picks the mushroom, but Mario is still unconvinced.

The police chief then contacts Koopa to alert him that, per instructions, the troops were in place for the invasion of Earth. Koopa, surprised, then questions who supplied the order, to which the chief explains that he did, according to Lena.

Realizing Lena possesses the meteorite piece, he demands her arrest. In Devo 4, Daisy meets up with Mario and Luigi and introduces them to her father.

Luigi then realizes and tells Mario that he was the fungus that has been helping them the entire time.

Daisy then reminds Mario of Daniella and tells him that she is being held prisoner in the Goomba barracks. Mario quickly dashes away to save her.

However, Luigi and Daisy run straight into Koopa and an entourage of Goombas and are immediately captured. Immediately after capturing Luigi and Daisy, Koopa orders preparations for the invasion of Earth.

Meanwhile, Lena attempts her escape, but is ambushed and caught by the police chief, who takes the meteorite shard from her. In the tower, Mario locates the Goomba barracks and defeats the Goomba guard inside, saving Daniella and the rest of the missing Brooklyn girls.

He hastily barricades the door just as more Goombas attempt to enter, then sets to work on the ventilation shaft. The police chief presents the meteorite shard to Koopa, who orders Lena's release and begins rallying the Goombas.

At the barracks, several Goombas blow the door open with flamethrowers, but are greeted by an empty room. They realize that the women had escaped with Mario by riding on a mattress down the frozen pipe, and they do the same in pursuit.

Mario and the girls then duck under some icicles, which one of the Goombas hits, knocking him off the mattress. The chase continues until Mario leaves a wrench in a hole, causing the Goombas's mattress to flip over and its passengers to fly off.

Mario and the girls then notice the exit of the air vent, with the two Goombas still following them, one on top of the other. The remaining mattress and its passengers fly out of the shaft, while the Goombas stop short.

Their crash landing distracts Koopa and allows Luigi and Daisy to join Mario's side. Koopa approaches them with a flamethrower, declaring that he has won and Earth's humans are soon about to de-evolve.

Several announcements then come through his communicator, distracting him. This allows Luigi to grab a Bullet Bill from a broken shop display and hand it to Mario.

Mario inserts it into a Thwomp Stomper from the shop, then activates the shoe. It flies into Koopa and knocks him into an empty vat located over the street.

However, Koopa quickly recovers and starts to fire his flamethrower. Using some fungus, Mario swings onto the vat, climbs up it, and begins fighting Koopa, hitting him from above and causing Koopa to drop the meteorite shard, which he held in his mouth, to the ground below.

Lena catches it, but falls off the ledge and onto some electrical wiring. However, Mario tricks Koopa into believing he has the shard, and he is attacked.

Lena then runs off to the meteorite chamber to merge the dimensions. Luigi, Daisy, and the other girls run after her, hoping to stop her while Mario and Koopa continue to fight, Koopa being unaware that Lena has the shard.

Luigi and Daisy enter the chamber, just in time to see Lena about to insert the shard into the meteor. Daisy begs her to stop, but she continues with her progress anyway.

Koopa and Mario continue their fight on a catwalk. Looking into his belt, Mario pulls out the Bob-omb , prompting mass panic on the surrounding streets and walkways.

Realizing the power the object possesses, Mario winds the Bob-omb's key and places it onto the ground, where it begins walking towards a panicking Koopa.

However, it falls through a crack. Unaware of its continuing progress, Mario gives up on the Bob-omb and the two enemies approach each other menacingly.

As the girls escape through the rock wall, Lena inserts the shard completely. The resulting energy burst kills her, leaving behind a skeleton with hair.

Daisy then realizes that Koopa was correct; only she could merge the dimensions, because only she could withstand the energies the meteorite would create.

Back on the street, Koopa and Mario start to disappear as the dimensions merge and Koopa begins to laugh maniacally.

Daisy and Luigi begin to work together to pull out the shard, using an assortment of Mario's tools.

In Brooklyn, Daniella and the other women warn those at the dig site about the coming invasion. Daniella then notes that the World Trade Center has merged with Koopa's tower.

Scapelli is there, yet believes the whole thing is a hoax for publicity. Mario, Koopa, and his legion of Goombas appear next as Koopa attempts unsuccessfully to hit Mario with his fire gun, which is broken again.

Casting it aside, Koopa takes a de-evolution gun from a Goomba and fires it at Mario, who dodges, allowing the beam to instead hit Scapelli, de-evolving him into a chimpanzee.

Koopa then turns to de-evolve Mario, but the latter pulls out the mushroom Luigi grabbed and uses it to absorb the beam.

The mushroom becomes larger and larger, eventually to the point where Mario uses it to knock the ray gun out of Koopa's hands. Meanwhile, Luigi and Daisy manage to remove the shard from the meteor, causing the two dimensions to separate once more.

Meanwhile, the Bob-omb Mario dropped earlier is walking around the lower section of the city. A citizen driving a car notices the tiny object and stops the car, trying and succeeding in not hitting the Bob-omb.

Up on the catwalk, Toad gives Luigi and Daisy each a de-evolution gun. Koopa orders his Goombas to de-evolve Mario, but Toad distracts them with his harmonica.

They begin dancing as they did in the elevator. Koopa, enraged at both the failure of his plans and the Goombas' failure to comply to his orders, angrily yells "Stupid!

As the Bob-omb continues its trek, Koopa turns his attention to Luigi, who flies on over by using the Thwomp Stompers.

Koopa fires at him using his fire gun, but misses, allowing Luigi to land next to his brother and hand him a de-evolution gun.

As the Bob-omb walks below Koopa, the brothers begin de-evolving him into a fierce, dinosaur-like form. The Bob-omb then finally reaches Koopa, exploding from beneath him, causing him to shoot into the air and land in the empty vat above the street.

Mario, Luigi, and the city's inhabitants watch the container in silence. Suddenly, Koopa, having been de-evolved into a Tyrannosaurus rex , emerges with a roar.

After initially panicking, the brothers aim the guns and fire once more, de-evolving Koopa into another dinosaur, then back into a T-rex.

Koopa then climbs out of the vat as he's de-evolved into a blob of primordial ooze. Immediately, all of Dinohattan cheers at the defeat of their dictator.

Stepping onto Luigi's stompers, the brothers wave and flash a victory sign to the crowd as they jump over to Daisy, who embraces them. Meanwhile in Devo 4, Daisy's father transforms back into a human from his fungus form.

The three of them enter the meteorite chamber, prepared to leave for home. Unfortunately, the wall is now sealed, prompting Daisy to re-open it by reusing the power of the shard.

Luigi then beckons her to join them, but she sadly tells him she must stay to help rebuild Dinohattan and get to know her father.

With an intimate kiss, they part ways. Three weeks later, Daniella has now moved into the brothers' apartment and is preparing dinner for them.

Just as Luigi stands up to join them, Our Miraculous World comes on with the host discussing the Mario brothers, whom he calls the "Super Mario Brothers.

Someone knocks on the door, Mario stating that it is open, and it bursts open to reveal Daisy, wearing torn military clothes and wielding a flamethrower, asking Mario and Luigi for help.

The two strap on their tool belts, prepared to leave. In a post-credits scene, two Japanese businessmen comment to someone that they have a proposal: to make a video game based on their many adventures; they are then asked for the game's name.

Morton hated the script they were sent after reading it, but saw potential in the concept, and thought of the idea of the dinosaurs living in a parallel universe rather than going extinct, which Mario and Luigi happen to discover [15].

Dustin Hoffman , looking to impress his kids, was the first to offer to play the role of Mario, but was let down by Bill White, who handled Nintendo of America's promotions at the time, as Nintendo wanted Danny DeVito to direct and play Mario.

Arnold Schwarzenegger and Michael Keaton were both offered to play King Koopa but turned the role down [13].

A treatment for the script was done by Barry Morrow , but was turned down as it was seen as too dramatic.

The job was then handed to Jim Jennewein and Tom S. Parker, who wrote a light-hearted fantasy tale comparatively closer to the source material.

However, after the departure of Greg Beeman, the script went through multiple rewrites and revisions, each adding increasingly "darker" content and science-fiction elements [17].

A satirical, Mad Max -inspired script impressed the directors [18] and actors Bob Hoskins , Dennis Hopper , and Fiona Shaw [17] , but was revised after receiving concerns from the studio that the film was straying too far from the family-friendly license.

Director Rocky Morton has since defended the film's more dark direction and departure from the games, stating his intention for the movie was that it would be the "real story", while the Super Mario Bros.

There were frequent conflicts between the directors and the rest of the staff. Most of the film crew disliked Morton and Jankel, referring to them with nicknames such as "Rocky and Annabel, the Flying Squirrel Show".

Furthermore, the script was rewritten and revised on a daily basis even after filming had begun [13] , making the lead actors feel apathetic toward the shoot [19].

Filming was originally scheduled to last ten weeks, but due to these issues ended up going for fifteen. Morton and Jankel were able to get back into the production during editing with help from the Directors Guild of America , and wanted the movie cut digitally, but the editors insisted on using Moviola and Steenbeck , leading to a slow editing process.

A featurette of the development of the film was also made, called The Making of It describes in detail the production of the movie, with behind-the-scenes interviews with much of the key cast and production staff.

At release, Super Mario Bros. The film also made their list of the worst movies of Bob Hoskins was particularly praised for his performance as Mario.

Dennis Hopper's performance was praised as well, causing him to land villainous roles for more successful films. John Leguizamo's and Samantha Mathis's performances helped kick them off into more successful productions.

In a later interview with The Guardian , Hoskins answered with the film when asked, "What is the worst job you've done? And I suck in it.

However, Leguizamo would reflect on the film more positively when recording a 20th anniversary message [28]. The opinions of various background staff on the overall production were also more positive [29] [30].

Director Rocky Morton has also said that the movie's production was "a harrowing experience", but that he is proud that the film is still remembered and discussed among fans.

Mario's creator, Shigeru Miyamoto , stated, "[In] the end, it was a very fun project that they put a lot of effort into," but also said, "The one thing that I still have some regrets about is that the movie may have tried to get a little too close to what the Mario Bros.

And in that sense, it became a movie that was about a video game, rather than being an entertaining movie in and of itself.

The film's surviving original writer, Parker Bennett, helped outline the webcomic's storyline, making it canonical to the film and finally revealing what would have been a sequel film [35].

The comic is loosely based on the American Super Mario Bros. It can be read here. Though the story is only loosely inspired by the games, the movie includes many in-jokes and references relating to the games.

Some can only be caught in a frame-by-frame viewing, such as the presence of Shigeru Miyamoto in the crowd. The following is a list of some of these references:.

On February 1, , Nintendo officially confirmed that Illumination will be developing an animated Mario film, co-produced by Shigeru Miyamoto and Chris Meledandri , aiming for a purported release.

From the Super Mario Wiki, the Mario encyclopedia. Bob Hoskins, who played Mario in the film, expressed a distaste for his role.

Super Mario Bros movie getting a slick re-release on Blu-ray with a steelbook case. Retrieved December 30, Exploring the Super Mario Bros.

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Retrieved May 31, The Los Angeles Times. Archived on August 16, January 22, Next Best Picture. Retrieved August 25, Living it out? The Guardian June 17, Miyamoto Remembers the troubled Mario Bros.

Retrieved November 6, How Nintendo bounced back from the awful 'Super Mario' movie.

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