Beach Babes from Beyond (1993) is a English movie. David DeCoteau has directed this movie. Joe Estevez,Don Swayze,Joey Travolta,Burt Ward are the starring of this movie. It was released in 1993. Beach Babes from Beyond (1993) is considered one of the best Comedy,Sci-Fi movie in India and around the world.
An intergalactic babe borrows her dad's T-bird ship to do a little planet-hopping with her two friends, but they run out of fuel unexpectedly, and must land on Earth. They land on the California coast, where they have fun and a few close encounters with some guys. One of the guys' Uncle Bud, who just wants to meditate and hang out, is being threatened with condemnation of his beach house unless he puts some money into repairs. The alien babes offer to enter the bikini contest with their way-out designs to try and win the money he needs, but they are hampered by the garment designer who will stop at nothing to win.
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I`ve seen this movie twice, both times on Cinemax. The first time in it`s unrated version which is soft-core porn at it`s best and the second time in a trimmed down (cut all the sex and most of the nudity out) version which was entertaining in a typical beach movie sort of way. The unrated version has a tremendous sex scene with Nikki Fritz, a dude and a bottle of oil which is out of this world (no pun intended). Unfortunately, in the trimmed version that scene is almost completely chopped out, as are all the other sex scenes. Rated or unrated it is still fun to watch all the siblings of bigger stars (Stallone, Sheen, Travolta, etc;) trying to act. We also get appearances by B-queen Linnea Quigley and Burt Ward (Robin from the old Batman series).
Back in the early 90's, when the world of "Skinemax" was just beginning and most of the films back then either starred Shannon Whirry or Shannon Tweed, there was a little sub-genre of the B-movie experience called the "bikini movie." This film, "Beach Babes From Beyond", falls into that category. There were so many "bikini" films made during that period, it was unreal....they single-handedly kept "USA Up All Night" on the air and kept Gilbert Gottfried and Rhonda Shear gainfully employed. The premise of this movie is simple: take three intergalactic space babes, supposedly on a shopping spree with Daddy's spaceship and Daddy's money, and crash-land them on the sunny beaches of California. That should be it right there....the rest of the movie should deal with them attempting to have sex with as many surfer dudes as possible and go home happily satisfied. Instead, we get a variation of STSWB, or "Save The Something With Breasts." A simple plot device, actually. In order to save a (carwash/hotel/drive-in/old decrepit house) from (destruction/a buy-out/foreclosure/an evil relative), a group of girls get in bikinis and try to raise a certain amount of cash in a very short time. It's a tried and true formula that works every time. The girls offer to enter a bikini contest in order to raise the money. We need an antagonist, so enter Linnea Quigley, a B-movie legend, to send her legion of bikini-clad models in to win the prize. We know how it ends (the good guys always win, you know), so let's not dwell on it. I had to pop in the tape of this film again to make sure I gave it the correct grade, and fortunately I did. Here's your chance to see Nikki Fritz before she became a soft-core film staple, and the cast is littered with the relatives of actual A-list actors. I guess riding coattails wasn't enough for these folks, they actually want to work for a living! This film comes in way behind "The Bikini Carwash Company" in the "bikini film" category. In my opinion, "Bikini Summer 3" is barely (and I do mean BARELY) better than this movie, and that's not saying much. Women: C (The women were okay, nothing spectacular. They looked like I could walk down the street and probably bump into one of them. In films like these, that ain't good.) Sex: D (Sex? If you call hugging gently while naked, but no actual movement going on "sex", then go right ahead--but I won't.) Story: D+ (STSWB movies don't do well with me unless there's a whole lot of slapstick comedy, as there was in "Bikini Carwash Company.") Overall: C- (Barely a passing grade, saved from failure by Linnea Quigley's funny character, the only one with any real development. Don't get me started on old "Uncle Bud." His "aging hippie/surfer dude" character is too one-dimensional.) In short, if you're channel flipping and happen to stop on it randomly, then watch it. If not, it's okay....you won't be missing much.
Some people seriously need to lighten up! First of all, what in the world were some of the reviewers here expecting when they sat down and watched something called BEACH BABES FROM BEYOND? If any title ever screamed "silly late night T&A flick" it would be this one. Secondly, this movie isn't badly made for what it is. The actors are fun, the ladies and fellas are attractive, the cinematography and score are well above average for this type of movie, the plot is just enough to keep it watchable but not crowd out the real reason it was made and the unrated version features four sex scenes, one shower scene, a bikini dance-off, bikini music video montages and numerous topless beach babes scenes, which get the job done. So what if it wasn't directed by Martin Scorsese or the actresses won't be competing for the next Oscar with Meryl Streep? Movies like this should be evaluated on their own terms. BBFB does what it's meant to do; show plenty of flesh while remaining upbeat, lightweight and fun. I personally prefer stuff like this to one of those dreary "erotic thrillers" that started dominating the genre in the later part of the decade. Three attractive female aliens (played by porn starlet Sarah Bellomo/ Roxanne Blaze, late night soft-core regular Tamara Landry and the unknown Nicole Posey) take out their parents spaceship one evening and end up crash landing on Earth. There they pair off with three surfer types, try to find an alternate fuel source for their ship so they can return home and in the meantime assist in helping out an aging beach bum (Joe Estevez) who's about to be evicted. To do this, the girls have to enter a bikini contest, but face competition from wealthy swimsuit designer Sally (a very funny Linnea Quigley), who tries to sabotage their chances. Nope, not a lot going on here plot-wise, but does there really need to be? This is about skin, and there's an abundance of that here. There are also amusing cameos from a lot of celebrity relatives. Not only Estevez in the supporting role, but also Joey Travolta (John's brother) as a guy who runs a food stand and Don Swayze (Patrick's look-a-like brother) and Jacqueline Stallone (Sylvester's mother) as alien parents in the opening scene. Nikki Fritz is on hand as well as one of Linnea's models and also involved in the best sex scene. There are also some fun 80s-style songs on the soundtrack. One thing to keep in mind is that there are two different versions of the film. I viewed the unrated and I'm not sure how much the R-rated version has cut out. So be careful which version you watch/purchase. So if you're in the mood for a light/silly/sexy little B-movie, this is a pleasant watch. If you're looking to be intellectually challenged or are trying to find a movie of substance or cultural "relevance" you'd be better off looking elsewhere. Then again, if you're looking for all that, why are you watching BEACH BABES FROM BEYOND in the first place?
Patrick Swayze's BROTHER??? Charlie Sheen's UNCLE??? Sylvester Stallone's MOTHER??? John Travolta's BROTHER??? Batman's SIDEKICK??? What's not to love? All we need is Clint Howard, LaToya Jackson, and Ron Reagan to make it perfect.
Take the old hokey beach movies from the first golden era (the next is the 80's) and put the girls in some hot 80's fashions (thongs), throw in some very tame soft-core sex, and play even worse music and you have an hour and a half of great mindless fun! The leg and ass lovers of the world would want to have this in their permanent collection! (Breast men won't be disappointed either). If someone would just do a decent job of this in hard core, I would be in heaven. If you want oscar level performances in your movies, your brain will have a meltdown if you even attempt to watch this movie.