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BarbarellaSet in an unspecified future, the movie follows highly sexual Barbarella as she is assigned with finding and stopping the evil Durand-Durand, whose positronic ray, if not recovered, could signal the end of humanity.
Actors of "Barbarella"
Characters of "Barbarella"
Directors of "Barbarella"Roger VadimBirthdate: 26 January 1928, Paris, France
Creators of "Barbarella"Jean-Claude ForestBirthdate: 11 September 1930, Le Perreux, Paris, FranceClaude BruléBirthdate: 22 November 1925, Paris, France
Critic Reviews of "Barbarella"Chicago ReaderApril 17, 2007
The film is ugly on so many levels -- from art direction to human values -- that it's hard to know where to begin.VarietyApril 17, 2007
Despite a certain amount of production dash and polish and a few silly-funny lines of dialog, Barbarella isn't very much of a film.Time OutJanuary 26, 2006
Terry Southern's dialogue occasionally sparkles, and the imaginative designs, as shot by Claude Renoir, look really splendid.New York TimesMay 09, 2005
Throughout the movie, there is the assumption that just mentioning a thing (sex, politics, religion) makes it funny and that mentioning it in some offensive context makes it funnier.Minneapolis Star TribuneJune 10, 2004
It's fun in a 'What were they smoking?' kind of way.San Francisco ChronicleJanuary 01, 2000
Fonda looks sensational and glides through this romp like a dazed, ripe-to-the- touch innocent.Common Sense MediaJune 17, 2014
Campy sci-fi cult classic features violence, nudity.Vue Weekly (Edmonton, Canada)December 27, 2013
A Flash Gordon-meets-Oz kitsch-fest stripping women's sexual revolution down to voyeuristic spectacle, flimsily dressed in cheap, see-through, psychedelic B-movie garb. Vadim imbues most scenes with a faux-arty lethargy that slumps into stiltedness.Cinema CrazedJune 05, 2013
One of the most memorable of comic book adaptations ever conceived...Arkansas Democrat-GazetteSeptember 10, 2012
...like a lot of truly terrible things from the '60s, Barbarella has acquired the patina of the cult classic, which means that as the cultural context has changed we are able to enjoy it for reasons other than those intended by the filmmakersCNNRadioJuly 02, 2012
"Barbarella" is the 1968 sci-fi that made Jane Fonda a household name. The opening credits feature a striptease that takes Fonda from a cumbersome space suit to her birthday suit. Her sex kitten looks were enough to drive young men crazy.
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