Flying Saucer: a flying saucer is seen in the American skies. It’s a fantastic delivery for atomic bombs. We have to get it before the Russians! Alaska isn’t yet a state. It’s still a territory, but for sure the flying saucer can be found there.
No fear, millionaire playboy and former fighter pilot, Mike Trent, grew up in Alaska and can seamlessly blend in to find the flying saucer and get it for America. The government will just put out a story Mike had a nervous breakdown and is headed home to rest.
Vee Langley, a top agent and a hottie, goes with him posing as his nurse.
We get to watch them ride on a boat. A lot. Mike stands on the deck in model poses smoking cigarettes. A lot. Once we finally arrive in Alaska, we get to watch the people look at the scenery. A lot. Mike’s still smoking. He goes out to the bars in Juno, sneaking away from his ‘nurse’. There are ‘a lot’ of bar signs shown.
The action finally starts to pick up. Maybe. There are encounters with the ‘other side’, but I’m not sure they were Russians. They didn’t talk like Russians. One dude was wearing a beret.
Then we get to watch Mike flying a sea plane to the secret location where the flying saucer is hidden. A lot. Did I mention we both thought he was creepy?
Vee goes swimming with glaciers. How does she not get instant brain freeze and die? Then she traipses around glaciers in heels and a coat that doesn’t have long sleeves.
There weren’t even aliens. The best part of the movie was the very beginning when they show a montage of people looking up into the sky with newspaper headlines behind them. A woman stares straight at the camera then screams. It was such a promising beginning. What happened?
The ending… wow, was it terrible: “It was a small bomb, but Turner didn’t know it was there.”
Husband unit says: Really?
I said: What?
Then I laughed for ten minutes straight because the ending was so bad and we had sat through the entirety of the movie for that. Come on! That’s funny.
Husband Unit’s Rating: There’s not enough alcohol.
My Rating: Sobriety isn’t recommended.
Be that as it may, we are still laughing. So obviously we were entertained.
Husband Unit and I watch these movies so you don’t have to.
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