This low-budget sci-fi parody pokes fun at such "space operas" as Star Wars and Alien as it chronicles the adventures of the starship Infinity where poor Captain Cornelius Butt finds himself playing "mommy" to a baby alien while handsome crewman Thor falls in love with the beautiful robot pilot Galaxina and tries to turn her into a real woman. The film is best known for being the last screen appearance of rising-starlet Dorothy Stratten, the beautiful 20-year-old Playboy model who was brutally murdered by her estranged husband shortly after this film premiered. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi
Felt like an adult movie from the 1970s. Everyone involved must feel ashamed about making this movie. It was just awful. And I wanted 32 years to see it. I remembered the seeing the promo on HBO or Cinemax when I was a kid. I was just hungry for sci-fi and no one had turned me onto Twilight Zone yet. Stratten is the only reason you should see it. She was beautiful. It's tragic what happened to her.
For the die hard 70s and 80s space fans only. Ok, the production values are a little low. Still, if you are a fan of sci-fi from this erra, and like a good comedy, you will enjoy this film. The creature costumes were hilarious. This is also an opportunity to see the young beauty, Dorothy Stratten, who could have really gone places, if her life had not tragicly ended much too soon. If you get a chance, try it out. You won't be sorry