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The Perfect Woman (1981)

An alien king sends two of his most loyal--and, as it turns out, stupidest--subjects to Earth to find him a queen to help rule his planet.
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King Kroger
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Julie
Peter Kastner ...
Zig
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Emo
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Mordo
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An alien king sends two of his most loyal--and, as it turns out, stupidest--subjects to Earth to find him a queen to help rule his planet.

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Comic sci-fi junk
23 November 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

More lame nonsense from Robert Emenegger, a guy who spent the years around 1980 churning out one zero budget sci-fi flick after another. The problem is, Emenegger is no Don Dohler, and his films lack the one thing crucial for a successful movie: entertainment value.

THE PERFECT WOMAN is a supposedly comic story about a couple of aliens who come to Earth in a bid to pick up the perfect woman. In that respect it's similar to the likes of MORONS FROM OUTER SPACE and EARTH GIRLS ARE EASY, but it's even cheaper and less funny than the likes of those movies.

Instead this is a bargain basement offering with zero laughs, shot in somebody's house somewhere in California. The outer space effects are truly pathetic and like something out of THE CLANGERS. If you watch closely you'll see Cameron Mitchell embarrassing himself as an alien. When the action shifts to Earth, the acting is a little better, but the comedy really is dire and best forgotten - like this film!


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