Bikini Girls on Dinosaur Planet

Bikini Girls on Dinosaur Planet

Softcore erotica star Misty Mundae is one of the main attractions of the campy and sexy BIKINI GIRLS ON DINOSAUR PLANET, which recalls Raquel Welch and the stop-motion creatures of ONE MILLION YEARS B.C. A pair of time traveling aliens find themselves on a strange planet, where the environment is exactly as it was millions of years ago on Earth. While exploring this unique place, they stumble across three primitive babes (Mundae and other softcore stars Ruby LaRocca and Lilly Tiger), who quickly engage the aliens in a steamy cave-lesbian love fest. But will the rampaging, stop-motion dinosaurs roaming the land interrupt their prehistoric passion? BIKINI GIRLS ON DINOSAUR PLANET was directed by veteran B-movie filmmaker David DeCoteau

Softcore erotica star Misty Mundae is one of the main attractions of the campy and sexy BIKINI GIRLS ON DINOSAUR PLANET, which recalls Raquel Welch and the stop-motion creatures of ONE MILLION YEARS B.C. A pair of time traveling aliens find themselves on a strange planet, where the environment is exactly as it was millions of years ago on Earth. While exploring this unique place, they stumble across three primitive babes (Mundae and other softcore stars Ruby LaRocca and Lilly Tiger), who quickly engage the aliens in a steamy cave-lesbian love fest. But will the rampaging, stop-motion dinosaurs roaming the land interrupt their prehistoric passion? BIKINI GIRLS ON DINOSAUR PLANET was directed by veteran B-movie filmmaker David DeCoteau . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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jessica m (kr) wrote: liked tirador better

Riley H (gb) wrote: How the hell did I rent this? I have no idea. Until I found out they're related, their ages were mystifying, the idea that two 45 year olds would be friends with a noticeably younger couple like that. Even the sibling thing doesn't explain what the hell Gylenhal is doing in this, since she's like a decade younger than the youngest of the rest of them. Whatever. I was thinking to myself: if this was a European film, the couples' relationship will unfold slowly but it's a Hollywood film so we know they're at least friends within five minutes. At 9 minutes, the plot is telegraphed and we know exactly what will happen. I found myself thinking I'm supposed to laugh here but not laughing. I think I laughed maybe three times and they were mere chuckles (that's right, I said mere). Then there's this big, imposed climax with an audience and clapping. Yuck, yuck yuck. 4/10 seems really generous, but there wasn't anything obviously wrong on the technical side.

Mira G (kr) wrote: c un de mes meilleurs!!

Jacob G (au) wrote: If anyone reads this, they'll crucify me for saying this. But I'd see. I *heart* Kelly Clarkson.

Jonny X (jp) wrote: Out of the whole series... I never seen this one before Must see must see

Darren H (nl) wrote: I was in middle school when this movie came out. It was 1981 and I had saved up my pocket money to pay for the bus ride into the city and the admission for a matinee to a movie that seemed so exciting and lively to me. I had read the book 'The Game of X' by Robert Sheckley as well as the adaptation of the movie and imagined every scene in my head as I had gone through it. The movie was everything a young boy could have hoped for - a rollicking, comedic adventure with a very beautiful female Russian agent (Carrera) and a sinister KGB chief (played by Oliver Reed). The only problem I have with this movie is the miscasting of Michael Crawford as Woody Wilkins, the cartoonist who helps out a friend of his at the CIA office in Paris. Englishman Crawford puts on the most exaggerated American accent imagineable, although admittedly he has the brilliant comedic timing necessary to pull off this role. The CIA in France has a problem. They need a civilian to act as a courier to Istanbul. Of course Woody gets the job, but right from the start it's obvious he is taking his role just a little too seriously. By the time he arrives to meet his KGB contact in Turkey he has fully assumed the role of his cartoon creation - top CIA agent and superhero Condorman. Barbara Carrera (who two years later would get to play a Bond girl - the very movies this one attempts to lampoon) plays KGB agent Natalia. Later, when she makes the decision to defect, the impressive Condorman comes to mind as the only CIA agent she will trust to handle her defection. The only problem is the CIA does not have an agent with the codename Condorman. What follows is an adventure filled race across Europe with enough gadgets to fill several Bond movies. There is some great car chases (performed by legendary French stunt driver Remy Julienne and his 16-man crew of drivers and mechanics), boat chases and along the way Crawford sports some of the most outrageous disguises in cinema history. It's all great fun and it's executed perfectly. For high flying escapist entertainment they don't come much more downright enjoyable than this. Recommended for all dreamers.

Steve P (mx) wrote: Boring and too slow.

Juliano K (us) wrote: patricinhas de beverly hills all over again!!!

Andrew C (gb) wrote: I know I know, refer to previous wall comments

Hadi S (nl) wrote: Bringing back the memories of the comic book series, Tintin's plot may be harder to follow for some people, but it's still worth watching.