Having gone to ground for two years, Cobra comes out of hiding after an encounter with the bounty hunter Jane Flower and is drawn into direct confrontation with the Galactic Guild, a vast criminal organization lead by Lord Necron, a macabre representation of re-animated death. On Jane's asking the duo travel to a prison planet called Seedo and Cobra breaks into the floating prison where Jane's sister Catherine is held, but the latter doesn't want to be saved... Jane and her identical sisters Catherine and Dominique are the embodiment of the future ruler of a freely wandering planet called Myras. Should they fall in love with the same man they will meld into a single body, forming the planet's queen. Said planet has recovered from a genocide bomb that wiped out its inhabitants, and they are ready to reclaim it. Necron, though, wants to take advantage of Myras' wandering nature to crash it into the seventh galaxy's principle supernova and obliterate all life.
Camille H (br) wrote: With all the different renditions of Venom and mashed up comic-continuities the movie can either be really bad or really good. Now I LOVE Venom anywhich way, but if they do some batsh*t crazy stuff and ruin Venom's integrity I'll hurt some people. Hell hath no fury like NERD RAGE. On a side note: F*CK Topher Grace. 'Nuff said.
Roxann M (us) wrote: I'd see it only becaue Brendan is in it and I like his work.
Justin E (ag) wrote: James Earl Jones is in it, but, it's still not good, it's not even a good Christmas movie. The Santa Clause 3 - The Escape Clause, is 3 times better then this Christmas movie. Why would anyone let their kids see this movie?
Joyce L (kr) wrote: I didn't really understand the ending there...
Dryorophus (ru) wrote: Recommended by Aritosgold
Berni E (de) wrote: Thirty four years old and still a good film - that's not bad going!!