It hardly matters in what order you watch the scenes. Blue Cockpit Bubblegum Corridor David Hasselhoff in Space Electric Onion Ring Fake Robots Green Cockpit Green Corridor Hasselhoff. About two minutes into the visit, it happened. Plus, one of the things you have to judge a movie by is how much it is enjoyed. With these ships secured on a track system for an in-camera shot effect and propelled in front of a black construction paper backdrop adorned with what looks like beaming Christmas tree lights, you have a truly surreal, if not convincing cinematic vision of galactic travel and outer space warfare. Outlaw smugglers Stella Star and Akton manage to pick up a castaway while running from the authorities, who turns out to be the only survivor from a secret mission to destroy a mysterious superweapon designed by the evil Count Zarth Arn. Its trappings appealed to me greatly, and all that needed to happen was a memorable purchase to seal my love for the location in my heart forever.
But that series managed to build clues over its 28 episodes. She and her companion Akton end up helping the Emperor after a short prison sentence. None of them are very convincing, but all of them are a lot of fun. The script does this strange thing where it has a simple concept, and yet feels overly convoluted. Also, 1970s Caroline Munro was pretty hot. It's fun, perhaps even hilarious due to it being so low budget and a Star Wars wannabe. Our heroes have to find and stop the villain.
Way to keep a stiff upper lip, Stella Star. But are they ready for Akton? He knocks out Akton on the second planet, believing him dead, but is then killed by Akton, who is able to deflect laser blasts with his hands. I don't normally watch or even care about these rituals. This episode also has a lot of moments where the bots get out of their seats and interact with the film. You certainly hear the main theme enough to go around humming it after watching the movie. I mean, if it worked for Jane Fonda in Barbarella, why not? Sentenced to a lifetime of hard labor, Stella easily escapes imprisonment but is quickly reunited with Akton who has just been given a pardon. The Emperor arrives with his personal army where, aware that the whole planet is mined with nuclear bombs, he uses a special weapon to block the bomb timers long enough to help Stella and Simon make it back to the ship before they detonate and destroy the whole planet.
I remember I watched it pretty quickly after receiving it, maybe a day or two, but certainly on my next full day off work it was the first thing I popped into the Blu-ray player. Suddenly, out of nowhere as with everything in this movie , some guy pops up wearing a metal mask that shoots laser beams out of the eye holes. Stella is sexy, so she has to dress in a space bikini. Turns out that the survivor they found had been on a mission which also involved his only son. Christopher Plummer yes, that Christopher Plummer at least has the honesty to look embarrassed throughout. Starcrash summed it all up for me.
The original trailer is included, and it can also be viewed with two commentaries: one from Eli Roth from Trailersfromhell. John Barry composed the score. Getting to Rome was the greatest thing that happened in that for me. Are we in the right movie? There are even a few callbacks to other famous scores. He fights with a laser sword similar to a.
You watch a movie and get that ongoing plot and on the second level you get their mocking and jokes along with the film. Just like in the original Battlestar Galactica where they used the same battle scenes in almost every episode, over and over and over and over… 3. As a not quite teenage boy chock full of raging hormones, I was already deep in adoration over Ms. That, alone, is worth the price of admission. Elle, being a robot, is able to help Stella stay alive by keeping her in a suspended state sequence.
Remember, I grew up in an era when Star Wars and 2001: A Space Odyssey were the rare exception, not the rule. And when I saw it on the episode list for season eleven, I did a happy dance of joy. Lots of creative stuff, and some of it is pretty goofy sounding. Another shocker here: Akton and Prince Simon quickly dispatch the two robots in a veeeeeery chintzily produced, but quite energetically acted, round of light-saber dueling. The legendary Christopher Plummer was hired for three days apparently he shot his scenes in one day and reads his lines as if he was reciting Shakespeare. Like most of these type of knock off movies, not a lot of time was spent fleshing out a good script or solid characters. How the hell did she get out of the prison?! That is my main gripe with this movie.
Despite their brushes with the wrong side of the law, Akton and Stella turn out to be totally stand-up heroes who risk their lives without a qualm. Zipping through space, doing something, or coming from somewhere, they notice that they are being pursued by another ship. But the scout ship was lost with all hands, including Prince Simon David Hasselhoff. If you can name the woman who is being photographed, please do. The smugglers are soon recruited by the Emperor of the Galaxy to complete the mission, as well as to rescue the Emperor's son, who has gone missing. Chugging right along with the Plot-O-Matic, in comes the Emperor and a teary reunion with Simon ensues. So off they go…flying into space again.