Rolling Stone - 05/18/1989
"...EARTH GIRLS earns points for warmth, color and high spirits..."
New York Times - 05/12/1989
"...Joyfully chaotic....[Temple] could be a truly dangerous, first-rate director..."
Los Angeles Times - 05/12/1989
"...The movie is a jazzy, snazzy rock-musical....Temple has spectacular gifts for making musical movies. He is a witty formalist, a light-hearted virtuoso..."
Three furry aliens crash land their ship into a swimming pool belonging to a valley girl nursing a broken heart. After a makeover, the trio emerge as hunks and set out for one wild night on the town with Earth girls. Julie Brown wrote the musical score that features "'Cuz I'm a Blonde."
After getting hurt one time too many, Julie, a lonely hairdresser, is ready to give up on romance. But when she runs into a wayward spaceship with a sexy alien captain and a lovesick crew, it doesn't look like romance is ready to give up on her. After one mighty zany weekend, Julie decides that maybe she should take a chance on love again.
Love Story |
Rated BBFC PG by the British Board of Film Classification.
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