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This is a legal question. At least in the US, parody and satire fall under the fair use umbrella of copyright law. A remake requires permission if the material being remade is copyrighted. You can't remake Star Wars without permission as the story and characters are protected under copyright and trademark laws. You could remake a Sherlock Holmes story ...
Parody does not need permission because it is protected under "fair use".
The movie you are looking for sounds like Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex (But Were Afraid to Ask) A film directed by and starring Woody Allen from 1972. The movie is a sequence of short skits depicting different sexual situations. The scene you are describing is the last skit in the film: What Happens During Ejaculation? The NASA-like ...
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