Tayro's Review of Prison Planet (Badlanders)


  • 2 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes
    Prison Planet (Badlanders)

    Prison Planet (Badlanders) (1992)

    It is cheaply made, but the money was enough to fill it with stupidity. After a writen introduction, two rebel agents are breaking into some building... it seems they are looking for some valuable piece of information... but they are just looking for a way of getting the guy into Prison Planet to find the old king of an opressed planet; the old king is key to help rebelion free the opressed planet, or something like that because is not very clear. From there they move to Prison Planet and start a sucession of clumsy dialogues, awful performances, pleanty of mistakes, and a terrible screenplay. The action that takes place does not make sense, just as the Prison Planet itself, and it just seems to be an excuse for very cheap-cheese action shoots.

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