Queen of Outer Space

Queen of Outer Space

A mission to Venus discovers the planet inhabited only by women led by their evil Queen Yllana. Yllana had all the men of Venus killed, now that's she met Earth men, she wants them dead, too.

American astronauts are drawn by a mysterious force to the planet Venus, which they find to be inhabited only by beautiful women and their despotic queen. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Emily A (nl) wrote: Classic "sloppy filmmaking to show the disarray of the main character". Seems to serve a purpose here a bit more in some other cases though. Elizabeth Olsen does well.

Arseniy V (br) wrote: Too much creative non-specificty for my taste, but not so much that it renders the experience valueless. A fair share of magic is to be found here nevertheless. Much of which resides squarely in Morton's enchanting face.

Dyron W (nl) wrote: Flat jokes, clichd writing, Owen Wilson's cluelessness and Eddie Murphy's obnoxiousness makes I Spy just another crappy tv show adaptation.

Blair K (us) wrote: great chemistry between minnie driver and david duchovny. really good romance.

Pablo E (fr) wrote: Es difcil evaluar El topo de Jodorowsky a estas alturas, pues sin duda lo rupturista que fue por aqul entonces no lo es hoy. Bajo la ptica de hoy, parece, en especial la primera parte, un proyecto sin sentido y agotador. La segunda parte, en ese sentido, es mucho ms interesante, por la lucha de El topo por la gente de la cueva, y la exclusin de la grotesca sociedad. La msica tambin de Jodorowsky, eso si, se mantiene vigente.

Kim B (es) wrote: Faye dun away is a great actress and I really like all the acting in this movie. Movie is fast paced and while parts are romanticized, it helps recreate the fascination with this crime duo. Makes me feel like I've been sent back in time watching this.

Issac L (us) wrote: I will not thumb my nose's at the usually stock Hollywood musicals, not with a combo of Sinatra's mellow show-tunes, Kelly's choreographic moves and Grayson's soprano renditions. Although screenwriter Isobel Lennart does not care a damn of the plausibility in the storytelling, but if you can swallow that, ANCHORS AWEIGH might find its comfy niche in overwhelming its contemporary viewers with its blatantly gaily romance and a cornucopia of vaudevillian assortments.An Oscar BEST PICTURE nominee (5 nominations and 1 win for George Stoll's music score), directed by versatile and prolific Hollywood journeyman George Sidney, my second film from his filmography after SCARAMOUCHE (1952, 6/10), ANCHORS AWEIGH runs approximate 140 minutes, collects an ever-high-octane Gene Kelly (it comes as a big surprise that he had earned only one Oscar nomination through his entire career, which is from this film), third-billed from the opening-credit, who however, splendidly embraces his efflorescence by spearheading as a multifaceted showman in transmitting his vigor and life-force into this otherwise average hedonism burlesque, the highlight surely is Kelly's duo dance with Disney's Jerry Mouse, a technique pioneers the animation-cum-live-action trend, and it is seamlessly dovetailed with utter originality, to which one can barely imagine how audiences could react during its premier over 70 years ago. And what's more relevant to present viewers, now we can realize from where the archetype of Jean Dujardin in THE ARTIST (2011, 8/10) comes and Kelly is much more competent. Sinatra in his incipient thirties, willowy as ever, his character may be flat and dopey, once he sings, one just wonders how miraculous is his slender figure could hone up to a marvelous instrument and produce that voice! Almost the same can be applied for Grayson only if she could veil her obvious contempt every time being addressed as "Auntie Susan". Apart from the triad, among the supporting group is a genial Spanish conductor Jos Iturbi plays himself, his symphony of Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 with a dozen of pianists is a plain grandstanding but also a virtuoso achievement beside the point. And if I haven't perused the credits, I can never suspect that the young boy is Dean Stockwell, his big screen debut, also for Pamela Britton, unfortunately she doesn't even has a name in the film and billed as the girl from Brooklyn.

jeannie h (mx) wrote: not too bad; my son loved it, but he loves anything lately, so that may not be worth much. jodie foster was pretty funny as a "borderline agoraphobic." abigail breslin and gerard butler were good, too.