The crew of the police cruiser Infinity is finally heading home after a long stay in deep space. Just when they think they are about to get some much needed rest and relaxation, the crew is...
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Screaming Mad George,
Greg Joung Paik,
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The crew of the police cruiser Infinity is finally heading home after a long stay in deep space. Just when they think they are about to get some much needed rest and relaxation, the crew is given a new mission - journey to the alien world Altar One to find the Blue Star, a mystical gem that holds unlimited power. Their journey to find the Blue Star leads them to an outer space brothel full of alien women and a gang that worships Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Can Galaxina and the crew find the Blue Star and save the world and will the ship's pilot succumb to the beauty of the ship's sexy robot Galaxina.Written by
Crown International Pictures
The biker cult that captures Galaxina worships a holy trinity of Ali-David-Son. Not only is this a subtle reference to the three original branches of Abrahamic faith (Muslim (Ali being a common Arabic name which means "high" or "elevated), Jewish (Star of David), Christian (Son of God)). It is bears a phonetic resemblance to Harley Davidson, the motorcycle manufacturer. See more »
The Infinity is sent on a long mission because it is the closest ship, yet while they are in cryosleep it is voice over that other ships have hyperdrive; with it they'd be there "pretty quick". That effectively means that they weren't the "closest" ship in the implied sense. See more »
Robot woman like clock: pretty face, pretty hands, pretty movement, but hard to regulate when she get out of order.
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During the credits, Captain Cornelius Butt does a humorous log entry. See more »
Stratten is only reason to watch this Barbarella-like space spoof
Low budget "Barbarella" knock-off manages to be watchable, but is nowhere as funny as it thinks it is. Dorothy Stratten plays the sexy robot Galaxina on a ship of space intergalactic cops patrolling the universe. While the crew is asleep, Galaxina reprograms herself to be more human. Romantic entanglements ensure. Later their ship is sent to recover a mysterious crystal on a planet that resembles the old west, which is a goofily entertaining of genre mash-up. The film mostly wants to operate as a sci-fi spoof of "Star Trek," "Alien," any number of other films in the vein of Mel Brooks, but it's nowhere as clever as Brooks or a Zucker/Abrams/Zucker parody film. Also, the film suffers from being too overt of a sex comedy, which worked much better in "Barbarella," where director Roger Vadim kept the film sexy but also somewhat innocent, where in "Galaxina" it just feels leering and creepy. Despite it's many deficiencies, Stratten demonstrates real star power in a ridiculous film, much like Jane Fonda in "Barbarella," and as bad as this film is, it did make me wish Stratten had gotten to make more films.
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