The starship Enterprise finds the SS Botany Bay carrying humans from the 21st Century. Spock is fascinated by Ruth, who was dipped in Venus fluid moments after her birth. Ship historian Lt.... See full summary »
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The Intercourse delivers some pizza to the archaeological team on planet Omega Beta Alpha Delta IV. Boner is reunited with his former lover Nancy Mooner, who appears different to the eyes of each other crew member.
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Cash Markman is infamous for cranking out at least a thousand video
scripts, hardly any of them (I enjoyed "Get Lucky") good. This Star
Trek rip-off is so lousy and inept on so many levels that it qualifies
for that rather large dung heap of unwatchable cinema.
Biggest problem, as it appears on the current DVD version from
Porncomixxx/KBeech, is the entire 90-minute opus has been rotoscoped
into a very blurry, jitter-motion simulation of a water-colored comic
strip. Why this is considered artistic is beyond my grasp, but the
resulting Blurrovision is hard to watch, renders the sex scenes
illegible (thought the alteration leaves in the vivid appearance of
condoms rather than airbrushing them away) and turns the visuals into
non-stop ugliness. Even the actresses look terrible as a result.
Markman's script is endless infantile puns and jokes that a fourth-
grader making a backyard movie might employ. How he made a living, even
in such a wild-west industry as Adult Entertainment, is as mysterious
as him ending up teaching screen writing at some no-name school.
Cast does a terrible job in their impersonations, particularly Randy
Spears' attempt at Shatner tics, and the predictable interracial sex
scene for Lt. Uwhora with Mr. Sperm (hammy Mike Horner plus pointy
ears) is botched. Obsession is unrecognizable in Blurrovision as
The story of a vast vagina in Outer Space plaguing the crew has zero
continuity and utter pointlessness, and both the SPFX and the tinny
music imitating Alexander Courage are horrible. I was tempted to chuck
this DVD into the waste basket after a few minutes, but managed to live
through a bottom-of-the-barrel viewing experience.
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