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Amanda & the Alien (1995)

A young Bohemian female artist falls in love with a hot human-eating alien and teaches him how to be more human. However, the police is on his trail.

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Colonel Rosencrans
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Nick
Raymond D. Turner ...
Mac
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J. Marvin Campbell ...
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Shopper (as Marcia Shapiro)
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Jessica (as Carol-Ann Planté)
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Michael Bendetti ...
Edwina Moore ...
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Brett Golov ...
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Amanda, an employee at an upscale clothing store, is leading a relatively lonely and unremarkable life. All this changes when an alien that's been held a secret military installation excapes by taking over the body of one of the base employees. Amanda finds the fugitive alien and decides to help it hide from the government agents chasing it, a seemingly easy task, as the alien must change host bodies every few days. Will she be able to help her new companion make a clean getaway? Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Amanda always knew she'd fall in love, She was just hoping for something human.


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Rated R for sexuality and language

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20 August 1995 (USA)  »

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Alien Love  »

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Amanda: I always thought that when I fell in love, it would be with a musician or an artist or someone really politically active, not an alien that lives on human flesh.
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References Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982) See more »

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Get Ready
Written, Produced and Performed by Jane Wiedlin & Michael Cozzi
Published by I Before E Music / Moscozzi Music (ASCAP)
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B-movie styled sci-fi...
6 September 2003 | by (Alberta) – See all my reviews

Despite being a made for TV movie, this one has minor merit. There's a sci-fi element reminiscent of the old B-movies that gives it character. Even with the goofy, almost comedic foundation, there's still plenty of room for elaboration. As far as viewability goes, I believe most will want to watch it simply for the sensuality between Amanda and this alien, once its taken a suitable human form.


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