|It's a metaphor.|
The answer is Lonestar. The film is Spaceballs. The love is Vespa. It... is... magic.
Do we not aspire for love to cross betwixt two houses? Does not Lonestar, the scraggy Solo rogue of the universe, speak to the American image of being a self-made and independent man? Does not Vespa, a princessly example of the haute femme, speak to the queenly manner that most men see in their ladies? And does not such a mixture, that of rogue and royal, remind us of the pitfalls of courtship?
All relationships have their trials. For some, it is moving to follow a job; for others, it is a change of independence; others still have their mountains to climb. In Spaceballs, the love between our heroes is an interplanetary manner, what with the evil President Skroob trying to suck out all the air breathed by the lovely Druish folks on the planet of Druidia (or, as Vesba says, Dru-id-ee-ah). In order to find their true love, Lonestar and Vespa cross hot desserts and cold space. Together, they are strong than before; Lonestar finds his place in the universe (conveniently, he's a prince) and Vespa learns to handle a gun and sing slave spirituals.
Though for all these platitudes... let us be honest. The emotion of love is the greatest of components for happiness, but... how does one put this delicately... is not Lonestar a man? Does he not have manly needs? Luckly, the film addresses this by way of... THE SCHWARTZ! There are those who have misread the Schwartz to simply be a one-for-one copy of Star Wars' the Force. Alas, alas! that such simple minds dare tackle great cinema! Is not its writer/director/producer/co-star Mel Brooks of the Jewish persuasion? Is not "schwantz" the Yiddish word for penis? (Wikipedia says yes!) Thus then, we see how fully Spaceballs treats love not only as an emotional act, but as a physical one as well.
|"Look! It's a romantic comedy!"|
Valentine's Day might be past us, but every day can be a day of love. Treat yourself, treat your sweetie... pop out the Spaceballs for a few hours and see what happens.