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A hundred years into the future, global warming has turned the earth into a dust bowl. In order to combat the problem of overpopulation, all sexual congress has been outlawed. From Earth Station Central, 3 female-starved male astronauts are shot into space to fix a sewage problem on an outlying space station. After quickly fixing the plumbing, they decide to break the rules and fly on to a remote and mysterious planet. It is rumored that a tribe of beautiful Amazon women whose very existence is solely to satisfy men's desires inhabits the planet. On reaching their destination, the scientists discover that there are unexpected complications.
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The movie has a ton of extras including a fairly boring "making of" feature, some interviews, some extra footage of the modern star from the new scenes (the amply-bosomed Puma Swede,) and a music video by Mr. Chop called "The Caveman," which was the most entertaining thing on the DVD for me. I debated on what rating to give "Sex Galaxy," as with such a lurid title it seems nearly impossible that such a boring movie could possibly result. I seriously considered a one star rating as I was frankly bored and largely annoyed after about the first ten minutes or so, but I eventually settled on two stars for originality as I did like the concept of stitching a feature length film together solely from multiple vintage films. The problem was not in the underlying idea; the problem was in the execution (and particularly the dialogue.) I can't honestly recommend "Sex Galaxy" to anyone for any reason as it was a golden opportunity largely squandered. If you want to see a much better and more entertainingly campy movie, go find Doris Wishman's brilliantly loopy "Nude on the Moon."
The idea of a recycled movie is interesting and unique, but the jokes were just not that funny and were pretty vulgar. Yeah, I know it's called "Sex Galaxy," but honestly, I felt like the dialogue was written by a group of 13 year old boys.
The only reason I even forced myself to finish it was because I paid 5 bucks to rent it.
I know it's SUPPOSED to be a cheesy movie, and we're all supposed to chuckle at the stock footage, but this movie just didn't hold my interest.