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Coneheads is the title of a 1993 movie based on the Saturday Night Live sketches about the Coneheads. The film was directed by Steve Barron and produced by Lorne Michaels. As was the case with the previous SNL skit-inspired film The Blues Brothers, Coneheads has been said to have made an "accidental" or "unintentional" political statement or social commentary about the nature of the immigrant experience in America, the filmmakers' ostensible intent being merely to entertain.

The film stars Dan Aykroyd and Jane Curtin as Beldar and Prymaat Clorhone (who later Anglicize their Remulakian surname to "Conehead"), parents of Connie (Michelle Burke, taking over the role played by Laraine Newman on SNL).Michael McKean and David Spade play INS officials; also appearing are Sinbad and SNL alumni Phil Hartman, Jan Hooks, Tim Meadows, Jon Lovitz, Peter Aykroyd, Tom Davis, Garrett Morris, Chris Farley, Laraine Newman, Kevin Nealon, Julia Sweeney, and Adam Sandler.

Other supporting cast members include Jason Alexander and Lisa Jane Persky. Alexander's Seinfeld co-star, Michael Richards, makes a cameo appearance, as do Eddie Griffin, Joey Lauren Adams, Parker Posey, Ellen DeGeneres, Drew Carey, Dave Thomas, and Tom Arnold.

The movie largely took place in Paramus, New Jerseymarker, with scenes also shot in New York Citymarker and the New Jerseymarker towns of Jersey Citymarker, and Wrightstownmarker.

Plot

The film follows the adventures of the family - whose ship, as part of an advance scouting mission for an invasion, is shot down by an F-16 fighter-interceptor of the New Jersey Air National Guard, and they try to assimilate into American society and pursue the immigrant's American dream. They live with secret identities while an INS agent tracks them incessantly over the years. They blend into a community and take up activities that are part and parcel of the American Dream. They also deal with their teenage daughter dating. At the end Beldar is allowed by an INS agent to remain on Earth provided Beldar can demonstrate a skill that no one else can.

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Soundtrack

The soundtrack for Coneheads was released July 20, 1993.
  1. Magic Carpet Ride by Michael Monroe & Slash
  2. Tainted Love by Soft Cell
  3. No More Tears by Andy Bell & k.d. lang
  4. Kodachrome by Paul Simon
  5. Can't Take My Eyes Off You by Morten Harket
  6. It's a Free World, Baby by R.E.M.
  7. Soul to Squeeze by Red Hot Chili Peppers
  8. Fight the Power by Barenaked Ladies
  9. Little Renee by Digable Planets
  10. Chale Jao by Babble
  11. Conehead Love by Nan Schaefer


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