15 October 2002 | gio700120
Beautiful Kari in an incredible silly plot
The plot is as silly as it is funny: a band of bad guys, war-type like, strong and stupid as hell, commanded by an incredibly childish leader, and his pathetic sister (a sorry-I-have-gain-a-little-weight Jennifer Rubin), are captured by some kind of future police, (actually they are saving the sole survivors of a massacre set by Kari Wuhrer), and sent toward the nearest planet prision available.
Blaming a small meteorite (as some of the most unbeliavable stupid argument I've heard in a movie) the prisioners get free and take over the ship and set them to crash into L.A. Then there is no other option than to send Kari to the rescue: Relatives of the bad guys, we're sorry to inform you that a gorgeous little woman is about to terminate a full-armed, fierce (but stupid, nevertheless) bunch of baddies.
Ceirtanly the acting is lame, and the sets are extremely simple. (That's the advantage of simulating a space ship) A reasonable dialogue is almost non-existent, and the fights are boring.
On the other hand, some visual effects are nice. You get to see the typical women prision where every inmate is scantily clad. Kari Wuhrer looks beautiful, as always. And there is a fight scene between Kari and a big guy in a water tank which I found very exciting (perhaps the only one in the movie).
So, if you like Kari, or if you are a teenager with nothing else to do in the afternoon, or if you are into powerful, ruthless, terminator-like heroines, well, then rent it, but do it at your own risk. Otherwise, read a book.