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Galactic Gigolo (1987)

Eoj is an alien who won a game show and the grand prize is a trip to earth to have sex with as many earth women as he can. Hildy is a reporter who is writing a biography on Eoj's adventures.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Carmine Capobianco ...
Eoj
Debi Thibeault ...
Hildy
Frank Stewart ...
Waldo
Ruth Collins ...
Dr. Ruth Pepper
Donna Davidge ...
Kay / Woman In Bed
Michael Citriniti ...
Sonny / Studio Audience
Tony Kruk ...
Carmine / Studio Audience
David Coughlin ...
Tony / Studio Audience
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Peggy Sue Peggy
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Billy Joe Bob
Todd Kimsey ...
Big Peter Dick (as Todd Grant Kimsey)
J.E.L. Gitter ...
Sammy Harry Bill
Don Sirasky ...
Pa Goldberg
Bill Gillogly ...
Tommy Jerry Joe
Toni Whyte ...
Kelly / Cheer Leader
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Eoj is an alien who won a game show and the grand prize is a trip to earth to have sex with as many earth women as he can. Hildy is a reporter who is writing a biography on Eoj's adventures. Written by Josh Pasnak <chainsaw@intouch.bc.ca>

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An extra terrestrial sexual comedy.

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Gorman Bechard's Galactic Gigolo
17 June 2002 | by (North Dakota) – See all my reviews

The cast and director who brought us the fitfully funny "Psychos in

Love" return with a cinematic lesson on how NOT to make a low

budget comedy.

I use the term "comedy" loosely since there is nary a laugh here. A

giant broccoli (Carmine Capobianco) wins a trip to Earth, where he

can have all the sex with local women that he wants. On Earth, he

is followed by a gangster and his stupid henchmen, and some

Jewish rednecks. He is also tailed by a spunky reporter who wants

to write a book about him, and a nerdy photog who takes pictures

of the alien sex. There is a fight scene where the rednecks and

gangsters want to kidnap the alien for their own purposes...there

is some nudity...cuss words...that cute leading lady who looks like

Molly Ringwald...I'm getting sleepy...

As with "Psychos in Love," this is also essentially plotless.

Cabobianco does not have the same goodwill he had in the earlier

film, coming off as a complete pervert. There are not as many

smart jokes, either. The rednecks and the gangsters' many

scenes are so unfunny they are embarassing. The climactic fight

scene drags on forever, and the movie thankfully ends in under an

hour and a half.

While "Psychos in Love" played with film making conventions and

genres, "Galactic Gigolo" just plays like the cable version of really

bad amateur porn. Gorman's direction seems to consist of nailing

the camera to the floor and leaving the room. The cast is terrible

here, and the locations mostly consist of people in their living

room watching TV. All of these scenes may have taken place in the

same house...

Bechard also directed the equally terrible "Disconnected," and

something I have not seen called "Cemetery High." He has not

done much since, and with this floating around, that is

understandable. His stab at being New Haven's answer to John

Waters is a failure.

I cannot recommend "Galactic Gigolo," even to fans of bad movies.

This is rated (R) for physical violence, mild gun violence, profanity,

female nudity, sexual content, and strong sexual references.


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