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Andromina: The Pleasure Planet (1999)

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Studio: Shadow Entertainment
Genre: Sexploitation
Running Time: 80 min.
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This title is currently out of print.

Darren Moloney directed this softcore science fiction sex fantasy from the exploitation specialists at Surrender Cinema. Sketching a fairly straightforward variation on themes explored more flamboyantly in Ellen Cabot's Petticoat Planet (1996), the story begins as three astronauts land at the spaceport of Andromina, hoping to purchase some romantic companionship at a brothel run by a madam named Mabel (Samantha Phillips). When they find the spaceport free of women, the three men -- Jeeter (John Matrix), Cody (Eric Stratton), and Omar (Mike Roman) -- decide to brave the forbidden all-female planet of Eros in an attempt to convince some of its residents to return with them and take jobs with Mabel on Andromina. Of course, being as men are not allowed on Eros, the trio faces torture, imprisonment, and various other unpleasantries if they are caught, but they manage to find plenty of women who have never seen a man and are quite curious about their differing anatomies as well. Shyra DeLand, Griffin Drew, Shannan Leigh, and Flower Edwards are among the attractive female aliens baring their flesh for the strange visitors. ~ Robert Firsching, All Movie Guide

GreenCine Member Reviews

Great soft-core smut., by AMacEwen5 September 29, 2011 - 10:50 AM PDT
It's soft-core skinemax, idiot: the very idea of reviewing this as one would a normal film is stupid beyond belief.

A Sad Excuse for Entertainment by CPoltJones July 7, 2005 - 11:34 PM PDT
7 out of 10 members found this review helpful
It is hard to know where to start; the pathetic screen play, the abysmal acting, the utterly banal location settings and costumes (nothing remotely as interesting as the cover illustration finds its way into the film) or the inept direction. How could this clunker garner a collective rating of 6? I am being generous giving it a two, and that is only because I find it astonishing that someone actually spent money to produce something so mediocre. Give this one a pass, it's not even worthy of the morbid curiosity accorded truly bad movies.

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