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Princess Warrior (1989)

R | | Comedy, Romance, Sci-Fi
Sisters from the planet Vulkaria teleport themselves to Earth to investigate and report back in order to prove to their mother, the planet's ruler, that they are worth of becoming Queen.

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Lindsay Norgard

Writer:

John Riley
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sharon Lee Jones Sharon Lee Jones ... Ovule
Dana Fredsti Dana Fredsti ... Curette
Mark Pacific Mark Pacific ... Bob
Mark Riccardi ... Johnny
Augie Blunt Augie Blunt ... Matt
Lauri Warren Lauri Warren ... Exzema
Christina Lucia Peralta-Ramos ... Bulemia (as Isibella Peralta)
Sydney Coale Sydney Coale ... The First Priestess (as Sydney Coale Phillips)
Lee N. Gerovitz Lee N. Gerovitz ... Vinnie
Stephen J. Cassarino Stephen J. Cassarino ... Vito
Selga Sanders ... The High Priestess
Cheryl Janecky Cheryl Janecky ... The Queen Mother
Diana Karanikas Diana Karanikas ... Ricketsia
Cindy Coatman Cindy Coatman ... Priestess 2
Christine Bessiere Christine Bessiere ... Priestess 3
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Sisters from the planet Vulkaria teleport themselves to Earth to investigate and report back in order to prove to their mother, the planet's ruler, that they are worth of becoming Queen.

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They fought for a Kingdom.

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Comedy | Romance | Sci-Fi

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Rated R for nudity and a scene of sexuality, and for language.
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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Dolby Digital
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I Hear The Back Beat
By Marc David Decker
(C) 1987 Jacesther Pub., B.M.I.
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Embarrassingly inept amateur sci-fi effort
28 November 2016 | by Leofwine_dracaSee all my reviews

PRINCESS WARRIOR is very much a Z-grade B-movie and perhaps one of the worst I've ever seen. Only fans of an extremely charitable disposition towards the B-movie genre could get any enjoyment out of this, and the only reason I've not rated it the lowest of the low is that I'm all too away of many subsequent films that have been made which are even worse.

This science fiction film sees a bunch of female aliens arrive on Earth in order to prove themselves in their society's hierarchy. Unsurprisingly, they all look like pneumatic blondes, and coincidentally the actresses are happy to strip down at the required occasions to lend this film some nudity in a bid to keep male viewers occupied.

It's barely worth commenting that the acting is atrocious, the script non-existent, and the special effects (which come in the form of rip-off lightsabers) quite dreadful. There are some jokes here but they don't work; there's some thriller aspects involving local cops, which don't work either; as for the slow, exaggerated fight scenes, they're frankly embarrassing. The funniest thing about this are the stupid character names like Ovule, Bulimia, and Exzema.


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