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Help me find the name of this movie.

It looked like a very old movie, it was a parody maybe. There's a guy with a mustache. He’s in space I think, and there’s cyclops aliens. There’s a female and male in a different costume. The male is collecting junk and he gives mustache-guy something that looks like a giant brown cookie. He takes a nibble and he says it’s good enough and starts floating around.

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    When did you watch it? Did you watch it in the theaters? On VHS? Laserdisc? DVD? Streaming service? Was it in English? Did it look like it had been dubbed? How were the special effects? CG? Practical? Were the protagonists caucasian?
    – FuzzyBoots
    Apr 18 at 5:02
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  • Sounds like something from a Cheech and Chong movie, but their only UFO scene I know of does not really match: youtu.be/K_uo9-hMCF0?t=311 Apr 18 at 6:18

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The movie is Gentlemen Broncos (2009) and matches exactly the description provided. The scene described (cookie, floating/flying) can be found on YouTube and appears to be quite campy. Strange coincidence, as I found this particular bit of cinematic absurdity just yesterday.

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    Someone posted it as a meme that made it to the front page of Reddit the other day. I think many people had this question. Apr 18 at 15:18
  • Omg how did you find it with my terrible description?? haha I randomly saw it on tiktok, and then it got deleted before I was able to show my bf. I thought maybe I imagined it haha! Thank you so much!!
    – user174307
    Apr 18 at 20:11
  • It's been trending on TikTok as well.
    – Mark
    Apr 18 at 20:11

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