3 Works in Barbarella (1968)
Sensual astrometrix Anna Seven, aided by the savage and passionate B'Elannarella, must save the universe from the evil Doctor's Photonic Cannon. Any resemblance to the 1968 film "Barbarella" staring Jane Fonda is purely intentional.
Fandoms: Barbarella (1968), Star Wars - All Media Types, Guardians of the Galaxy (Movies), Fifth Element (1997), Star Wars Original Trilogy, Flash Gordon (1980), Red Dwarf, Galaxy Quest (1999), Men in Black (Movies), Star Trek: The Original Series, Star Trek: The Original Series (Movies), Star Trek: The Next Generation, Blade Runner (1982), Neon Genesis Evangelion, 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), Back to the Future (Movies), Cloud Atlas (2012)
17 Feb 2016
A remake of the original 1968 film, also a reboot of the Barbarella comics.
In the year 2687, Barbarella, a very intelligent, witty, charismatic, beautiful and sexy 25 year old agent for the Galactic Government, has to protect a young 17 year old girl called Tara from an evil scientist called Dr Digma.
The mission goes well, that is until two assassins shoot down Barbarella's ship and it crash lands on a rather sleazy planet.
Barbarella must find a way to get off the planet and bring the girl to safety away from the clutches of the evil Dr Digma.
With plenty of innuendo throughout. Good.
Fandoms: Raumpatroille, Lost In Space, Outer Limits, Doctor Who, The Giant Behemoth, Twilight Zone, Attack Of The 50 ft Woman, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, Avengers, Forbidden Planet, Queen of Outer Space Space, 1999 - Fandom, V - Fandom, Sapphire and Steel, UFO, Star Trek, Logans Run, 5th Element, Andromeda, Barbarella, Soylent Green, Star Wars, Blakes 7, Mork And Mindy, ALF, Next Gen - Fandom, Starship Troopers, Earth Final Conflict, Contact, Lexx, Terminator 2 - Fandom, Firefly, Farscape, Torchwood, Star Trek Voyager, SGA - Fandom, Battlestar Galactica, Babylon 5, Space Above and Beyond, Aliens - Fandom, Matrix, Terminator: Sarah Connor, XFiles - Fandom, Crusade, Gattica, Earth 2
30 May 2011
My momma told me I should never watch Sci-fi but I did, I did, I did.