History Film / AlienFromLA

26th Aug '15 7:32:39 PM nombretomado
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For the ''MysteryScienceTheater3000'' version, please go to the [[Recap/MysteryScienceTheater3000S05E16AlienFromLA episode recap page]].

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For the ''MysteryScienceTheater3000'' ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' version, please go to the [[Recap/MysteryScienceTheater3000S05E16AlienFromLA episode recap page]].
11th Aug '15 3:44:53 AM Morgenthaler
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!!! Plot

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!!! Plot[[quoteright:299:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/alien_from_la_movie_poster.png]]
8th Jul '15 4:06:00 AM AnotherGuy
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** Wanda's boyfriend gets dumped by Wanda after he'd dumped her earlier in the film.


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* LaserGuidedKarma: Wanda's boyfriend gets dumped by Wanda after he'd dumped her earlier in the film.
17th Sep '14 1:08:44 AM WeaselPants757
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* SheCleansUpNicely: Wanda, but she still has an annoying voice.

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* SheCleansUpNicely: Wanda, but complete with the inevitable bikini scene. Because it's Kathy Ireland.
** But
she still has an annoying voice.
17th Sep '14 1:05:30 AM WeaselPants757
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* LampshadeHanging: Everyone in the film reacts to Wanda's/Kathy Ireland's voice.

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* LampshadeHanging: Everyone in the film reacts to Wanda's/Kathy Ireland's voice. It stops being anything other than kinda mean-spirited pretty quickly.



* SheCleansUpNicely: Wanda but she still has an annoying voice.

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* SheCleansUpNicely: Wanda Wanda, but she still has an annoying voice.
17th Sep '14 1:03:35 AM WeaselPants757
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** Losing them doesn't hamper her in any way, and she doesn't replace them after escaping. It isn't clear at all why she even has the things.

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** Losing them doesn't hamper her in any way, and she doesn't replace them after escaping. It isn't clear at all why she even has the things.things except because the film vainly tries to make Kathy Ireland look nebbishy and unattractive.
12th Dec '13 3:04:30 PM JIKTV
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Wanda Saknussemm (Kathy Ireland) is a nerdy social misfit with large glasses and a squeaky voice who lives in Los Angeles and works at a diner. After being dumped by her boyfriend for "not having a sense of adventure", Wanda is informed via letter that her father, an archaeologist, has died. She flies to northern Africa and while going through her father's belongings, she finds his notes about Atlantis, apparently an alien ship that crashed millennia ago and sank into the center of the Earth. Wanda comes across a chamber beneath her father's apartment and accidentally sets off a chain of events that ultimately cause her to fall into a deep hole.

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Wanda Saknussemm (Kathy Ireland) (Creator/KathyIreland) is a nerdy social misfit with large glasses and a squeaky voice who lives in Los Angeles and works at a diner. After being dumped by her boyfriend for "not having a sense of adventure", Wanda is informed via letter that her father, an archaeologist, has died. She flies to northern Africa and while going through her father's belongings, she finds his notes about Atlantis, apparently an alien ship that crashed millennia ago and sank into the center of the Earth. Wanda comes across a chamber beneath her father's apartment and accidentally sets off a chain of events that ultimately cause her to fall into a deep hole.
11th Dec '13 1:28:25 AM Nakuyabi
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* PantyShot: Unfortunately, Kathy is merely wearing some rather boring bloomers.

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** Also, while lying drugged on a table, Wanda loses that annoying squeaky voice for a while and starts talking a bit seductively in Ireland's ''real'' voice.
* PantyShot: Unfortunately, Unfortunately for any peeping toms out there, Kathy is merely wearing some rather boring bloomers.
15th Apr '13 1:30:57 AM PaulA
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An unharmed Wanda wakes up deep within the Earth to find Gus (William R. Moses), a miner whom she protects from being slain by two people. Gus, who has a very strong Australian accent, agrees to help Wanda find her father, who she believes is alive and trapped underground. Wanda soon discovers that both she and her father are believed to be spies planning an invasion of Atlantis. During her adventures, Wanda's appearance changes from nerdy to attractive (by removing her glasses and using a steam vent to clean her skin). People from the surface world are referred to as "aliens" by Atlanteans, and when Wanda is overheard talking about Malibu Beach by a low-life informant (Janie Du Plessis), she soon becomes a hunted woman and must dodge efforts at capture, both from the mysterious "Government House" and from thugs in the pay of the crime lord Mambino (DeepRoy). Much mention of Wanda's "big bones" are made during these sequences.

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An unharmed Wanda wakes up deep within the Earth to find Gus (William R. Moses), a miner whom she protects from being slain by two people. Gus, who has a very strong Australian accent, agrees to help Wanda find her father, who she believes is alive and trapped underground. Wanda soon discovers that both she and her father are believed to be spies planning an invasion of Atlantis. During her adventures, Wanda's appearance changes from nerdy to attractive (by removing her glasses and using a steam vent to clean her skin). People from the surface world are referred to as "aliens" by Atlanteans, and when Wanda is overheard talking about Malibu Beach by a low-life informant (Janie Du Plessis), she soon becomes a hunted woman and must dodge efforts at capture, both from the mysterious "Government House" and from thugs in the pay of the crime lord Mambino (DeepRoy).(Creator/DeepRoy). Much mention of Wanda's "big bones" are made during these sequences.
28th Mar '13 2:01:53 PM Mhoram
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An unharmed Wanda wakes up deep within the Earth to find Gus (William R. Moses), a miner whom she protects from being slain by two people. Gus, who has a very strong Australian accent, agrees to help Wanda find her father, whom she believes is alive and trapped underground. Wanda soon discovers that both she and her father are believed to be spies planning an invasion of Atlantis. During her adventures, Wanda's appearance changes from nerdy to attractive (by removing her glasses and using a steam vent to clean her skin). People from the surface world are referred to as "aliens" by Atlanteans, and when Wanda is overheard talking about Malibu Beach by a low-life informant (Janie Du Plessis), she soon becomes a hunted woman and must dodge efforts at capture, both from the mysterious "Government House" and from thugs in the pay of the crime lord Mambino (DeepRoy). Much mention of Wanda's "big bones" are made during these sequences.

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An unharmed Wanda wakes up deep within the Earth to find Gus (William R. Moses), a miner whom she protects from being slain by two people. Gus, who has a very strong Australian accent, agrees to help Wanda find her father, whom who she believes is alive and trapped underground. Wanda soon discovers that both she and her father are believed to be spies planning an invasion of Atlantis. During her adventures, Wanda's appearance changes from nerdy to attractive (by removing her glasses and using a steam vent to clean her skin). People from the surface world are referred to as "aliens" by Atlanteans, and when Wanda is overheard talking about Malibu Beach by a low-life informant (Janie Du Plessis), she soon becomes a hunted woman and must dodge efforts at capture, both from the mysterious "Government House" and from thugs in the pay of the crime lord Mambino (DeepRoy). Much mention of Wanda's "big bones" are made during these sequences.



* YouLookFamiliar: The actor who played Loki in this movie also played the obnoxious Watney Smith in [[Literature/{{Gor}} Outlaw of Gor]]

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* YouLookFamiliar: The actor who played Loki in this movie also played the obnoxious Watney Smith in [[Literature/{{Gor}} Outlaw of Gor]]
Gor]].
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