DirkH’s review published on Letterboxd:
This could have been an instant cult classic, drenched in an exuberant campness reminiscent of films like Ice Pirates and blending fantasy with science fiction in a way not out of place in eighties classics like Krull.
It fleshes out a vivid universe and manages to muster up an engaging plot.
And just look at that cast:
The immaculate Brion James.
And even whatshername is ok.
And Chris Tucker.
Chris fucking Tucker.
He singlehandedly destroys this entire film with a voice that would make the toughest among you cry for mercy.
He's like getting a hangover while you're drinking.