Amanda & the Alien (1995)

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They say that men are from Mars, but one woman finds happiness when her boyfriend is taken over by visitors from another part of the galaxy in this sexy sci-fi comedy. Amanda (Nicole Eggert) is an aspiring artist who supports herself working at a clothing store; she doesn't care for her job, and her boyfriend Charlie (Michael Bendetti) is chronically unfaithful to her. A pair of government agents, Emmitt (Stacy Keach) and Vint (Michael Dorn), have captured a space alien and are guarding it in a … More

Rating: R (For sexuality and language.)
Genre: Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: Jon Kroll
In Theaters:
On DVD: Jan 2, 1996
Runtime:
Republic Pictures Home Video

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as Amanda

as Emmitt Mallory

as Col. Rosencrans

as Connie Flores

as TV Host

as News Anchor

as Slacker

as Beatnik Bob

as Bellman
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½

I saw this dubbed in Spanish a long time ago, just this instant I've found out what the title is called. It was killing me.

It's very memorable, obviously, if I remember a lot of the scenes - it's also funny, unique and entertaining. I'll have to watch it again to confirm this.

Basically about a woman that notices there's an alien in a restaurant (The alien is wearing too many clothes in the summer), and they befriend each other, and Amanda noticing that the alien can change genders when it shape shifts, takes advantage of this by having sex with it.

And they eat apples after sex, I think. Or that's what my mind was thinking back then - I didn't know what I was watching, and I was far too young to understand any of its sexual themes.

Probably one of those made-for-TV movies worthy of a rent.

RicC
Richard Cranium

I enjoyed this more than I should have, I think. B level movie. Sex, a people-consuming alien, several actors who actually can act, idiotic script, interspecies love, planet in jeopardy, run from the hunters, Worf without the Klingon look, Stacy Keach, Nicole Eggert. Has some surprises in it and some good humor.

AlaineB
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