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Lethal Target

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2.5 out of 5 stars (12) IMDb 3.7/10

A young female marshal goes undercover on a deathtrap starship to prevent a terrifying alien invasion.

Starring:
C.C. Costigan, Josh Barker
Runtime:
1 hour, 32 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Science Fiction, Action
Director Lloyd A. Simandl
Starring C.C. Costigan, Josh Barker
Supporting actors Kim Sill, David Fisher, Mirek Lhotka, Radomil Uhlir, Petra Spindlerová, Radek Hadrovsky, Dana Sedláková, Klara Hlouska, Eliska Rabas, Rudolf Bok, Miroslav Lhotka
Studio First Look
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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By A Customer on February 23, 2004
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
The first time I watched this I thought it was extremely boring, but I have to admit that the more times I see it, the more it grows on me. It's the story of a marshall (C.C. Costigan) who's in a women's prison on some asteroid for some reason (she's innocent of whatever charges, of course). It turns out that there's a spaceship somewhere that was conducting experiments in inter-dimensional travel, and they've brought back a menacing alien. The powers that be decide to send our imprisoned marshall to investigate, in exchange for a reduction in her sentence. Yeah, okay, it doesn't make much sense that they'd send a prison inmate instead of a genuine commando, but who knows, maybe they're really short of regular commandos in the future. Besides, this way you get to see the women in the prison in their tattered little garments with lots of upskirt and through-the-armhole shots. So be happy.
Once aboard the spaceship, the menacing alien is pretty much forgotten about for a long time as our hero has sex with some guy on the ship, and the evil genius doctor in charge of the project (Kim Dawson) has sex with some other girls.
Towards the end, we finally do get to see the alien - and if you've seen the movie Xtro II you've pretty much seen all of this before since a whole lot of footage is borrowed from that movie. And a lot of the footage from this movie is borrowed to the movie Fatal Conflict. But, what the hey.
Overall this movie can be pretty slow moving at times, but it definitely succeeds in establishing a nice mood which is the reason I like these sorts of movies. There's fairly plentiful T&A, just in case I've left any doubt. So if you're a fan of this sort of stuff, give it a try.
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Lethal Target is a BAD R-XXX-B movie. It is just BAD. If I could give it 'NO STARS' I would. This is more of a porn film than a sci-fi film. Absolutely not for minors. Even the little Sci-fi parts were really Bad! AVOID at all costs (even free).
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In the 23rd century, female convicts will be imprisoned in mining colonies. They will be forced to wear short, tattered dresses and thongs and, while they are prohibited from wearing bras or using combs, they will be allowed makeup and manicures.

One prisoner, former undercover operative Nikki Savage, cunningly barters eight years off her life sentence (??) in exchange for accepting a special mission -- pose as a sexually permissive security guard and check out the situation on a science vessel where matter transfer experiments have seemingly gone awry. Nikki (Tia Carrere-wannabe C.C. Costigan) quickly infiltrates the ship, where she finds head researcher Dr. Dane (Kim Dawson) having sex with the staff, secreting an alien virus under her fingernails and keeping secrets about the dead or missing crew.

There are a lot of movies providing variations on the Alien theme, and Lethal Target is one of the worst I've seen. Special effects are mostly nonexistent, props are strictly bargain-counter and the aliens are so closely related to those from the Alien series I'm amazed there wasn't litigation involved. The movie uses endlessly repetitive loops -- exterior shots of the ship, scrolling data or schematics on 20th-century laptops, the dragging tail or stalking foot of an alien or flashback sex -- to save film. The plot makes no sense, the dialogue is corny and the delivery worse, and the transformation of nerdy lapdog Pike (Josh Barker) into a gun-toting hero is laughably silly (he removes his glasses and pulls off his shirt to affect the change).

On the other hand, Costigan, Dawson and several nameless extras spend a lot of time naked or in lingerie. In fact, it would only take a small push to bounce Lethal Target into the soft-porn bin.

So there you have it.
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You really cane go wrong with a movie like this. It has just about every thing you can think of. Gaint ugly monster, a beautiful lead actress in witch ive never heard of before and yes theres lots of nudity as-well.
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Amusing, exploitative, misogynistic, titillating flick meets deep space horror in the classic "We gotta get OFF this tub or we gonna die fo' sho!!!" genre, complete with "evil corporation" plot twists meets sex hungry, power crazed bisexual hotties while the inter-dimensional beastie hunts down and devours everyone during its quest for new flesh and universal dominion! Have they left anything out in this film? Have they been sued by the producers of Alien, Aliens AND Aliens Resurrection yet? Hope not because this film is fun and reprises the role of Ripley in the way that both sexes have secretly yearned for, for more than 30 years. The alien chest bursting scene rivals John Hurts experience in the quantities of bloody gore alone; nevermind the horrific aftermath inflicted on the host.

Sets and effects were quite good and rival many bigger budgeted films. The acting, by the arch villain and the titular heroine (where a bit of Sean Connery's part in Outland comes in) is surprisingly competent. Other roles were stereotypical in an amusing way. Everyone seems to get some "action" too, except the guard/security types who die, sexually frustrated, and horribly, in the now obligatory Star Trek "red shirts" formula that we've come to know. Methinks I've seen far too many movies, it seems, but this one "hits the spot" in a disturbingly perversive way.

I think this one could justify a sequel or two. I'm fairly sure it's Rated "R" or even "NR-17" so it's not for the kids. Turn down the lights, lock the door, put the kiddies to bed, make popcorn or whatever accoutrements you need for a film like this one and see it. Guiltless fun and highly recommended.

Murph
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