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In a barren post-apocalyptic future, the seven sexy Goddesses of Merkabatron descend upon a wretched Earth to convey the message that the Vibration of Love can heal all. A campy, erotic, science fiction comedy, this cinematic love child of Barbarella and Ed Wood Jr. will soon have your Titillator vibrating on a cosmic level.Written by
Daring and over the top, but falls terribly short of being a good film
Selected as part of the short work showcase at this year's Whistler Film Festival, this film fails miserably in its ability to provide the audience with any sense of entertainment. I believe the purpose or this film was to empower women on a whole new level, but instead it sets women's movement back a full century. Women's Suffrage founders Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony would roll over in their graves if they knew that their movement for women's rights had come down to this film's disparaging depiction of powerful women of the future.
Writer Alison Araya's script does nothing to empower women, but instead regresses women's stature and uses sex in stead of brains as their weapon of choice to make futuristic changes on earth. The script made very little sense and the stylized acting in this film only added to the film's misery.
The production quality of this film is very good as are some of the special effects, which is probably the film's only saving grace. This is a film that you will either really like or really hate. It's daring and over the top, but unfortunately not my cup of tea.
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