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Shep Ramsey is an interstellar hero, righting wrongs, et cetera. His ship is damaged after a fight with an interstellar nasty, and he must hide out on Earth until it can recharge. He leaves his power suit at home, but still finds himself unable to allow wrongs to go unrighted, and so mixes it up with bad drivers, offensive paperboys, muggers and the like. Then the family, with which he's staying, finds his power suit, and the father tries it on.Written by
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In a galaxy not so far far away... The greatest warrior in the galaxy Shep Ramsay has he continues to face the forces of evil, now embarks on his greatest adventure on the planet Earth, as he goes to live among the Wilcox family, as well as going up against his arch enemy General Suitor. See more »
Mark William "The Undertaker" Calaway accepted a role in this movie at the suggestion of Vince McMahon. The Undertaker had not debuted in the WWF during the time of the making of this movie, but Vince had high hopes for him. Vince planned to do with Hogan and Undertaker, what he did for Hogan and Zeus, by bringing into the WWF the villian of the film No Holds Barred (1989), which starred Hogan. However, that angle didn't do well, as Tommy "Tiny" Lister, Jr. (Zeus) was trained to become a wrestler after No Holds Barred (1989), and the angle quickly died away. Vince hoped that if this movie was a hit, then hopefully The Undertaker would become known well enough to attract audiences who wanted to see Hogan take on another movie villain, only this time the villian was a wrestler able to put on decent matches with Hogan. No mention of this movie was mentioned after The Undertaker debuted just before the film was released to theatres. See more »
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[awoken by the sounds of people chattering all over]
[chattering stops, with the exception of a cricket chirping]
[to the cricket]
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Many people tend to slam this movie, but I've always found it quite enjoyable. No, it would never win any prizes, but it's a decent piece of semi-mindless entertainment nonetheless. The strongest part of this is the supporting cast. Christopher Lloyd and Shelley Duvall rarely fail to deliver good performances, while the character of galactic-super-hero Shep Ramsey was tailor-made for Hogans over-the-top personality. Probably the only real reason this did as bad as it did is because it came out right after Hogans first and worst, No Holds Barred. No, this is far from being a great movie, but it's a decent one.
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