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Commander Steve Rogers crash-lands on a planet inhabited solely by women. All of the men were killed in a mining accident some twenty years before. The town where he wakes up is straight out of the old west. Both the sheriff and the mayor of the town take an immediate liking to Steve and each tries to claim him for themselves. The local bar maid is also interested but not quite as pushy as the first two. It looks like our man Steve may be trapped on the planet of beautiful women. But as usual in these things you need to be careful what you wish for since you might get it. Written by
Edward Hunter <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Where to start? OK the whole plot is a sort of three-part anachronism: an Old West town, with some contemporary technology, but also set in a future time of space travel, but the main character keeps making references to 1970's thru 1990's TV shows and movies. I'm presuming this is an attempt at camp. It fails. This sets the tone for the bad plot, the poor dialogue, and the cheap sets. OK, I knew going in that this was basically a T & A flick, but there really wasn't much T, and even less A. The version I saw said it was "unrated" but if it were, it would have gotten a soft "R". By my count, there were 3 breasts, and no butts. (OK, one butt, but that was the guy's) So, in my view, this film fails on that aspect, also. I do have to say that the actresses were quite attractive, and I'd like to more of them. Kudos to Betsy Lynn George, and double kudos to Elizabeth Kaitan. I won't try to criticize their acting, since I doubt that even Meryl Streep could do much with that material. Overall this is a film well worth missing. Surely the Romanians, who had a recent revolution, can find better stuff to make movies about. And it's interesting that the director uses a pseudonym of a woman. Grade: F+
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