Mary Poppins Returns
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Three saucy futuristic tales are told with a 1990's C-grade budget, so expect lots of nakedness to take your mind off the props that look very similar to outdated Earth devices. Jacqueline Lovell wears a Lovell-y silver getup more suited for an intergalactic go-go dancer than rogue data technician evading the overlords who want her to destroy all copies of banned sexiness on video, and her to-camera segments stitch the other 3 separate stories together. Rest assured she doffs her duds a couple times as a result of her belief that such recordings should be celebrated and not condemned. Only the middle story with the gorgeous Gabriella Hall abducted by aliens and given the executive-level probing treatment merits the same level of attention. The end credits are sorta funny with mock director's comments inserted for one of the group love scenes, like "Keep it going, keep it going! Don't pull his wig off! Bring her up now! Let it build, you're cavemen for crying out loud!"
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