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The wheel must turn but for now it is quiet.,
This review is from: Star Crash [Blu-ray]  [US Import] (Blu-ray)
For someone to give this movie five stars it trying to say that there is no movie better. One stars means that is no movie worse. This is just to put the review in prospective. That said it is matter of taste and perception. Now let's move on.
For people that buys films for esoteric purposes such as ogling Caroline Munro be prepared for a disproportionately heavy bottomed body by an actor that turned down Playboy magazine and any film that forces her to display her birthday suit. Maybe the fashion style will come back.
The film does have some actors with a universal resume. One that comes to mind is Christopher Plummer. Christopher said that his worse movie was "The sound of Music" (1965) in which he sang "Edelweiss." So ipso facto to him this is not his worst film.
But wait! There is more. David Hasselhoff if you can consider him as more. This was probably the film that helped land him the part in the Baywatch Nights (TV series) (1997). But I am not sure.
There is a plot in this presentation. Stella Star (Caroline Munro) famous for this Corman movie and books, and her sidekick Akton (Marjoe Gortner) a couple of smugglers, in the spirit of Han Solo and Chewbacca, are tasked with finding the evil Count Zarth Arn, and rescuing the son of the Emperor. In the process they are betrayed by friends, restrained by scantily clad female baddies, sunspots, and cavemen wielding assorted bones.
For the technically incline the space suits look like they came from good will, the special effects are not special and the presentation makes b movies look expensive. Blu-ray just enhances the problems.