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Baberellas (2003) Movie Poster
  •  USA  •    •  80m  •    •  Directed by: Chuck Cirino.  •  Starring: Shauna O'Brien, Julie K. Smith, Regina Russell Banali, Sasha Peralto, Linda Vox, Mark Wilde, Chris Porter, Bettie Dewar, Ryan Rafferty, Deborah Dutch, Athena Demos, Kelly K.C. Quann, Dave Nichols.  •  Music by: John Beal, Hydraulic Clown Head, Terranova.
       An evil alien has deprived earthlings of their libidos and plans to destroy the entire planet, all for an intergalactic reality show. The only hope for Earth is a sexy all-girl rock band whose members make their way onto the spaceship.


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Image from: Baberellas (2003)
Image from: Baberellas (2003)
I bought this DVD. Well, here's some proof that I may be watching too many B grade flicks. "Baberellas" starts off with a song called "Kiss my Galaxy". This was the same annoying song used in "Busty Cops" although I misidentified it as "Love my Galaxy". The same questions still apply. How does one kiss a galaxy? More importantly, why hasn't this song been blasted into oblivion?

Anyway, "Baberellas" does have one good thing going for it and that one good thing is Julie Smith. She's wearing corn rows in this adventure, which is not a favorite hairstyle of mine, but it works on her. She and her topless band are being watched by space aliens for some sort of galactic TV show. The Smith band wanders around Southern California and then find their way to the spaceship. More topless adventures follow.

"Baberellas" has one fatal flaw: There is no sex in this "sexy spoof". They couldn't give us one sex scene in this "sexy spoof"? Not one? What's the matter? Was it too sexy for them? Oh sure, there are plenty of topless scenes but no doing the dirty. Smith even said she got turned on when someone touched her breasts. (Homer Simpson voice): "Hello?! Hello Einstein?!"

Overall, "Baberellas" is a disappointment. Julie Smith tried to save the day but failed. The tractor beam from Planet Frigid was too powerful.

Review by Dr. Gore from the Internet Movie Database.