Dr. Ackerman, the biology teacher at the local college, meets with an untimely demise when chased by a UFO. Wesley, one of his students, is having trouble attracting women. That all changes...
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Dr. Ackerman, the biology teacher at the local college, meets with an untimely demise when chased by a UFO. Wesley, one of his students, is having trouble attracting women. That all changes when bombshell Ms. Xenobia takes over Ackerman's class and persuades Wesley to participate in some vitamin research she and her assistant Drax are conducting. Suddenly Wesley has become very desirable, despite the fleshy antenna that grows out of his head during excitement. His newfound success threatens to alienate the girl he really cares about (Leeanne), and Xenobia's motives may have something to do with the fact that she is not of this earth. Written by
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At the beginning of the movie as Dr. Ackerman is driving the radio announcer says a woman on Grover's Mill Drive has called in a UFO report. Grover's Mill is where Orson Welles had the Martians initially land in his famous panic-inducing radio version of 'War of the Worlds'. See more »
[after the sexually violated Wesley won't come by free will to the aliens' home planet to impregnate the female aliens there]
Please, think about the fate of our planet!
Oh, sure, just like you thought of what this stuff would do to me. You tampered with my life. You violated the "prime directive"!
Didn't you guys ever see Star Trek?
Well, I liked the first two seasons of the old show, and a couple of the movies were okay, but...
What is this "prime directive"?
Ah, it's a rule they had ...
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"Dr. Alien" (or whatever title it may happen to be under when you see it next) is basically a story about an alien (Landers) who tests a high school nerd Jacoby (Jayne) with a serum that makes him the object of desire of nearly every nubile girl in immediate range.
The fact that I remembered the plot is in itself amazing; everything here is just a setup for whatever lame-brained sight gag the film makers can come up with.
But some of them work. The flustered parent bit is tried and true, Jayne is willing to do what it takes for the laughs, he fronts a rock band in what must have been an afterthought, Landers actually turns into an alien at one point, Troy Donahue gets blown up before the beginning credits roll and then there's the women, God bless them.
If the movie starts getting boring, just pop in a half-dressed or undressed girl and then who cares about the plot? Not me. Two and a half stars. You want a good brain-dead night of laughs and T & A (heavy on the T), call this "Dr.".
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