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Galaxis (1995)

Legend says that the sacred crystal is the source for all life and was created at the beginning of time. Kyla has sought the crystal to use its powers for himself and he takes the crystal ... See full summary »


William Mesa


Nick Davis




Cast overview, first billed only:
Brigitte Nielsen ... Ladera
Richard Moll ... Kyla
John H. Brennan John H. Brennan ... Jed Sanders
Roger Aaron Brown ... Detective Carter
Fred Asparagus Fred Asparagus ... Victor Menendez
Michael Paul Chan ... Manny Hopkins
Alan Fudge ... Chief of Police
Cindy Morgan ... Detective Kelly
Sam Raimi ... Nervous Official
Craig Fairbrass ... Lord Tarkin
John Romualdi ... Soldier #1
Russ Fega ... Official
Kristin Bauer van Straten ... Commander (as Kristin Bauer)
Steve Garrett Steve Garrett ... Soldier
Arthur Mesa Arthur Mesa ... Robot Child


Legend says that the sacred crystal is the source for all life and was created at the beginning of time. Kyla has sought the crystal to use its powers for himself and he takes the crystal after smashing the defenders on the Planet Sintaria. But there is another identical crystal on Earth and Ladera heads there to get it before the evil Kyla. She finds that Jed has taken the crystal from is hiding place, but Victor and his inexhaustible hit men want it for money they gave to Jed. Ladera easily handles the weak earthlings and saves Jed, but Kyla is also after the crystal. Jed and Ladera must find the crystal before Kyla, the clueless cops or the dimwitted villains. Written by Tony Fontana <tony.fontana@spacebbs.com>

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Lord Tarkin shares his name with Grand Moff Tarkin, an antagonist from Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) played by Peter Cushing. See more »


Lord Tarkin: [First line] I remember the day my father died. The last glimmer of life flickering in his tired eyes. As the enemy attack craft thundered overhead. Then I became the ruler and the people looked to me and the power of the sacred crystal to lead them to victory and the peace they had once known. Many years have passed since then. But, we have known no peace. Kyle drove us from our homes. Hunted and slaughtered we fought our way across the crumbling empire to our final refuge. The planet Sintaria.
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Campy, stupid, fun.
2 June 2002 | by yuki_amariSee all my reviews

Wow... this movie is total fun. It doesn't attempt to be mind-blowing or original but it succeeds in providing campy entertainment. It does parody other movies (that's a nice way of saying rip off) extensively, taking full scenes like the "police headquarters terminator invasion" from the first Terminator and the entire Hoth storyline and imagery from Star Wars: The Empire... They even got the clear strategic panel. And Lord Tarkin.... ha! This movie has its faults in that it's total B-movie. But this only enhanced it for me, and the presence of Nielsen (a fav.) was very cool. Her character meant nothing in the beginning, but grew on me, and her "Nooo!" scream was the funniest I've seen in some time. Great stuff, if you can watch it without pretenses!

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Release Date:

27 June 1995 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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