Because of a small navigation mistake Lord Buckethead lands on earth instead of "in a galaxy far, far away". But he is still looking for the princess and the secret transmissions. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Because of a small navigation mistake Lord Buckethead lands on Earth instead of "in a galaxy far, far away". But he is still looking for the princess and the secret transmissions.
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Maciek K (ag) wrote: A visual poem of a film. Let it sweep over you. A window into another world.
Art L (kr) wrote: This is how insomniacs suffer - watching crap like this
Joe W (ru) wrote: A great chiller but confusing.
Estee R (ru) wrote: Possibly the worst movie ever made lol
Dan J (it) wrote: If you have not seen this film, you must watch it. James Olmos and the cast do an amazing job, the movie is very inspiring, and motivational. One of favorites movies of all time.
Alan M (us) wrote: OMG The Chamoun's got to watch it. And I LOVE IT!!
Travis J (de) wrote: A mechanical belly dancer, a spectral suit of armor with an enormous phallus, a woman with eyes in the place of nipples... this movie is great.
Martin B (de) wrote: Well, if you're not drunk starting to watch this movie, you will be very soonTotaly absurd film about a town where people suddenly are transformed into rhinoceroses. When they're not being transformed, they talk about being transformed. and they drink, that is what they do.
Stuart K (nl) wrote: After the success of She (1965), Hammer immediately ordered a sequel to be made, unfortunately Hammer couldn't coax Ursula Andress to return. So the script was reworked to make it more of a loose sequel than a direct sequel. Big mistake, as that took it further away from the H. Rider Haggard's source than the makers would have liked. The plug could have been pulled, but it was too late. It begins in remote Spain with Carol (Olga Berova), who through telepathy, finds herself being drawn to the lost city of Kuma in North East Africa. Her determination to get there catches the attention of Dr. Phillip Smith (Edward Judd), who falls in love with Carol, but Magi member Men-Hari (Derek Godfrey) has Carol under his spell. But Men-Hari's father Za-Tor (Noel Willman), objects to this abuse of power. Men-Hari is doing this on the behalf of Kuma leader Kallikrates (John Richardson). Meanwhile, Phillip has been taken prisoner, but he breaks free in order to try and snap Carol out of her trance before she becomes the new incarnation of Ayesha. It could have been a good film, but Hammer's greed for cashing in severely back-fired on them with this film. It feels like a poor man's She rather than a direct sequel to She, which is a shame, but it's let down by over complicated plotting and hammy acting. Hammer should have stuck to Gothic Horror instead.
Courtney K (us) wrote: huh; i wish they spent more time on the plagues; there was a LOT of build up. i didn't love it.
Facebook U (mx) wrote: I think ROBOTS benefits from good animation, an interesting world, and Robin Williams, but it's story is hit and miss.