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Star Crash (Region 2 import) David Hasselhoff, Caroline Munro

3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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  • Language: Spanish
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001RHC6UW
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 197,613 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


Region 2 German import, plays in English without subtitles. The lead in this film is the sexy smuggler Stella Star (Munro) accompanied by her sidekick Akton (Gortner). They are being pursued by the Chief of the Galactic Police, Thor (Tessier) and the police robot Elle (Camp). After they are captured and sentenced to hard labor (with Star for some reason retaining her sexy garb in the prison camp), the galactic emperor (Plummer) commutes their sentences in return for their aid in tracking down a missing ship.

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5.0 out of 5 stars COMPUTER. STOP THE FLOW OF TIME! 1 Jun 2014
By The Movie Guy TOP 500 REVIEWER
Long before the word "mockbuster" was invented, there was Roger Corman. This is perhaps one of the granddaddy cheesiest films out there. You can't but laugh at David Hasselhoff's hair as he saves the universe with his leading lady Stella Star (Bond girl Caroline Munro) whose outfit likewise was a laugh with its cape and tight fit. The science behind this film is about the worst with one of the nosiest space vacuums imaginable.

Joe Spinell as the evil Count Zarth Arn brought a tear to my eye as an MST 3000 gift from the gods. I will say in a comparison to "Star Wars" the robot had more personality than 3CPO.

The lines spoken in the film are gems. 5 stars on the camp and cheese scale. A movie that is so idiotic, one doesn't need to be stoned to appreciate it. Fun for the whole family.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Wow... 11 Jun 2009
Well, Starcrash was obviously rolled out to cash in on the success of Star Wars...but using a fraction of the budget and talent. I laughed all the way through it, and I hope you will to. But for god's sake don't start watching it under the impression that you are going to be in for a sci-fi's more like a home movie!

The film starts with a mysterious space massacre, then cuts to Caroline Munro as Stella Crash (!), sexy space bandit/smuggler, on the run from the authorities. Together with her team mate (Marjoe Gortner, from many non-starring roles in other random 70's and 80's stuff), she evades capture and jets off into new adventures. Right away you know you are in for a rubbish 100 minutes, as every special effect (even in the first 10 minutes) is woefully cheap. Every set is minute and made of plastic. All external shots of spaceships look like they are made of plastic. "Space" is depicted by multi-coloured fairy lights. But that's not really the main issue. The biggest crazy feature of Starcrash is the script. The only things that happen in the film are action events. Flow of movie goes something like this.
Course set for alien planet. Arrive and meet crazy aliens. Exciting battle ensues. Witty one liners upon victory. Ship bombarded by alien attack. Outrun aliens while spouting witty one liners. Land on another alien planet. Rinse and repeat. Now in a normal movie what I wrote above would be a summary of the action. In Starcrash that's the full movie! No connecting shots, establishing shots, character development shots, it's just bam-bam-bam, scene after scene of fun and action. Now for anyone under the age of 10, that is probably movie gold, but for someone who wants a semblance of reality, it's quite bewildering.
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It is often said that the best thing the movie is the soundtrack by John Barry and the confusion of the plot and special effects poverty can not even appreciate it. Clashes Star is a mad whirl of situations that rely on Flash Gordon, Barbarella, Star Trek, Star Wars (and the list goes on), conduct (we think) deliberately tones on parody. The characters, just sketched, live an adventure in an intergalactic space surreally lit by stars and planets are around between sets or multi-colored cardboard. Skeletal fighting robots that are armed to the creations of Harryhausen, against unwatchable troglodytes, and traveling aboard a spaceship toy. Caroline Munro (Stella Star) and Nadia Cassini (the Amazon Queen), compete in beauty, which contrasts the ugliness of Salvatore Baccaro (the troglodyte). And while Joe Spinell, in the role of Count Zarth Arn, we will put all to do evil, Christopher Plummer, in the role of the emperor, it is proposed once wise and thoughtful.
Also known under the titles: Starcrash, The Adventures of Stella Star, Female Space Invaders
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