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It's the year 3000 AD. The world's most dangerous women are banished to a remote asteroid 45 million light years from earth. Kira Murphy doesn't belong; wrongfully accused of a crime she did not commit, she's thrown in this interplanetary prison and left to her own defenses. But Kira's a fighter, and soon she finds herself in the middle of a female gang war; where everyone wants a piece of the action... and a piece of her! "Caged Heat 3000" takes the Women-in-Prison genre to a whole new level... and a whole new galaxy! Written by
Concorde - New Horizons (with permission).
Good lord. This movie is an abysmal mess. Much like other movies of similar caliber (z-grade), I rented this in the hopes that it would be chock full of unintentional hilarity. No such hilarity exists within this film. In fact, it's hard to believe that a movie about a female prison of the future could be so dreadfully boring.
What's this movie about? Good question. I was asking myself the same thing throughout the entire viewing. Unfortunately, the plot has thus far eluded me. It's unnecessarily byzantine, and written by someone who'd be more at home with after school specials. But, as far as I can tell, the story is centered around Kira (Lisa Boyle). I'm not sure why Kira is at the prison, but, within minutes of her arrival she witnesses the rape of a fellow inmate. Kira, for reasons obscure to me, becomes so incensed that she exacts revenge on some gal who, as best I can tell, is somehow tangentially related to the rape and the rapists.
This revenge attack sets off a series of additional attacks: inmate(s) vs. inmate(s), inmate(s) vs. guard(s), inmate(s) vs. administrator(s), guard(s) vs. administrator(s), etc. Maybe I'm stupid, but I could never figure out why, specifically, all this fighting was taking place. More importantly, I could never figure out what this had to do with the plot -- but, as mentioned previously, I had no idea what the plot was to begin with.
Ultimately, this movie is nothing more than a hodgepodge of inane dialogue, fight scenes and nudity. There's also a disturbing amount of rape... or, at least, sexual abuse. This leaves the viewer with an unnecessarily bad taste.
Bad movie highlights? Well, we found it somewhat amusing that the prison inmates enjoy free reign of the compound. They're always walking around unattended, hanging out in large groups, performing menial tasks with equipment that could easily be employed as effective weapons (the "mining" sequences spring to mind). Other than that, it's just boring, boring, boring.
Good movie score: 2/10 Bad movie score: 2/10. In short: not worth watching by any stretch of the imagination.
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