My Stepmother Is an Alien (1988) Sci-Fi Movie Review
Sci-Fi movies Review
The title pretty much says it all, folks: A beauteous E.T. cozies up to an eccentric scientist (a disarmingly straight Dan Ackroyd) in an attempt to save her dying planet and falls in love in the process. Much wackiness ensues. Art it ain’t, but this likably lightweight film does deliver the laughs, with assured leading performances (for once, Kim Basinger’s formica loveliness is utilized as an effective comedic asset), a surprisingly bawdy sense of humor, and a riotous supporting turn by a then dewy-fresh Jon Lovitz. Good, undemanding fun. —Andrew Wright
Synopsis:An alien is sent on a secret mission to Earth, where she appears as a gorgeous, attractive, and single lady...
About My Stepmother Is an Alien (1988)
Starring: Alyson Hannigan, Seth Green, Dan Aykroyd, Juliette Lewis, Jon Lovitz, Adrian Sparks, Kim Basinger, Jim Doughan, Peter Bromilow, Tony Jay, Kevin McDermott, Gabi, Gina Raymond, Susan Carlsberg, Ann Prentiss, Wesley Mann, Nina Henderson, Tanya Fenmore, Karen Haber, Amy Kirkpatrick, Suzie Plakson, Robert Benedetti, Jay McCaslin, Jim Jackman, Robyn Mandell, Lisa Croisette, Joseph Maher, Sophia Bowen, Shea Bowen, Harry Shearer
Runtime: 105 minutes
Director: Richard Benjamin
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