Gayniggers from Outer Space
Morten Lindberg, Per Kristensen, Dino Raymond Hansen (executive)
directed by Morten Lindberg (as Master Fatman)
starring Coco C.P.Dalbert, Sammy Salomon, Gbatokai Dakinah, Konrad Fields, Johnny Conny, Tony Thomas, Anne Busacker, Verner Mollerup, Torben Zenth, Tove Kristensen, Heidrun von Wildenraut, Heitz heinrick von Grundstead, Maiksen Thorsson, Nina M.Rosenmeier, Kim Yon Hee, Kim Ehi Yeon, Kim Chang Il, Lars Bjarke
written by Per Kristensen, Morten Lindberg
Captain Dick (Sammy Salomon) and his crew of gay blacks (Coco
C.P.Dalbert, Gbatokai Dakinah, Konrad Fields, Johnny Conny) are travelling
the universe on a mission to - spread homosexuality everywhere, I suppose.
Eventually, they stumble upon a planet called earth where man is still
supressed by womankind, and sending a scout down to some red light
district, Captain Dick's worst fears are only confirmed (though I don't
know what his worst fears are). So Dick sends his men down to earth one by
one to eliminate womankind one at a time, and once all woman are gone,
earth men are nothing short of grateful and turn gay pretty much
immediately. Cap Dick turns one of his men white and leaves him behind as
ambassador while taking his ship back to outer space to find other
heterosexual planets to convert ...
A film that desperately
tries to be offensive, cracking racial, gender-related and gay jokes
pretty much around every corner - but as hard as it's trying, the film
still comes off as cute above all else, pretty much the politically
correct version of political incorrectness: Sure, there are gay jokes
here, but is calling characters Arminass, Shaved Balls and Mr
Schwul really that offensive or just a tad puerile? Will digging up
age-old stereotypes for the sake of parody really offend anyone? And
should the fight gays versus women be considered sexist or merely absurd?
I'm probably not the right person to answer any of this, and it doesn't
say anything about the quality of the film as such either - but quite
frankly, the quality is less than great, much of the jokes that make up
the movie are as old as time itself and not even all that funny, the
pacing of the film is seriously wrong, and even at less than half an hour
of running time, the film could have done with some trimming.
worst film ever, but not really worth your while either.