That's exactly what the huge robots look like in this wretched sci-fi movie from the studio known as Asylum which apparently cries over the bad reviews on their way to the bank. As long as there are suckers born every minute like me, they'll continue to do so because these films are hideously fun, mainly to laugh at, and this one is no exception.
So maybe I'm not quite right about a muppet, but maybe a giant rock em' sock em' robot or some other battery operated boy's toy, as well as a man and a woman, found naked in the woods, obviously creatures from another planet in human form. Sinead McCafferty, in the worst case of monotone acting, warns the military that the world is in danger of being destroyed unless they can prove that human life has value. Joining 80's favorites C. Thomas Howell and Judd Nelson, McCafferty and Bug Hall leads the cast of mainly unknown non-actors in developing this rip-off of much better science fiction classics.
With Asylum films, you realize within 20 minutes that this is just going to be a series of action filled but plotless noisy scenes where the script tries to fool the audience by sounding intelligent utilizing scientific terms while all the time, it is making itself prove to be really dumb. Who needs character development when you have all this action? This is the type of film that you sit back in the comfort of your own home since these are not theatrical releases and enjoy for the pure cheese. Unfortunately, this ends up being a pungent limburger rather than a mild Camembert.
Review by mark.waltz from the Internet Movie Database.