Meine Stiefmutter ist ein Alien (1988)

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Meine Stiefmutter ist ein Alien: Directed by Richard Benjamin. With Dan Aykroyd, Kim Basinger, Jon Lovitz, Alyson Hannigan. A creature from another planet tries to seduce a shy Earth physicist to gain control over his researches. The result of this important mission much exceeded her expectations.

“I donu0026#39;t believe in aliens, but one ever existed and I ran into it, I hope it looks like Kim Bassinger!u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eDitsy but humorous in spots and a generally likable movie is how I saw this film. Basinger hardly ever looked better, which is saying a lot. At the time, it was unusual to see her in a comedy after viewing her in tough crime or sex-type movies for awhile. (I didnu0026#39;t see this film until 10 years after it had been released.) Sheu0026#39;s a decent comedienne, like her ex-husband (Alec Baldwin) has turned out to be, too.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe comedy is more chuckles than guffaws. There is the usual too-liberal u0026quot;valuesu0026quot; espoused here, in which sex on the first date is u0026quot;cool,u0026quot; even considered that b the teen daughter! The latter, however, u0026quot;Jessieu0026quot; (Alyson Hannigan) is a cute kid and not annoying as most teen girls on in modern-day films. The casual sex and general secular attitude toward everything including that u0026quot;science is everythingu0026quot; were all annoying to me but itu0026#39;s still a likeble movie. The profanity isnu0026#39;t too much, except by Jon Lovitz, who provides much of it. In all, a dumb story but a nice, feel-good ending helps.”


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