Coming into this review caring about the plot? OK, I’ll humor you, but really the main goal is to just see girls naked. Category III comedy The 33D Invader arrives on the heels of 3D Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy, except this time, a woman arrives from the future in search of the healthiest human genes. Meanwhile, a pair of evil villains also follow her back in time to stop her quest. What is this said quest? Oh, very high-brow stuff, such as, (since it is in the future) aliens from the planet Xucker irradiate the Earth, which is why 99% of men are infertile. Therefore, the UN sent an attractive female back to 2011 to find a potent man for fertilization.
The humor is there as well, that makes the film almost unbearable. Whether it’s reeling off the hormone-driven boys and other nasty types that are only to a freak show: One wants to zap as each. These moments that exceed the boundaries of good taste may be enough to push 33D Invader beyond also-ran entries in the Category III sex genre. The 33D part of The 33D Invader is the lost promise of it being in 3D like 3D Sex and Zen, which at the time of announcement was pouring in the dough. But when The 33D Invader showed up in theaters, it was as flat as a pancake. Sure, throughout this review I will try to bring to light the positives, but please don’t take and twist my words, 33D Invader is a down-right awful film.
This may sound sexist, or perhaps even chauvinistic, but in this film, it pays to be just hormonally driven man. The actresses are attractive (which certainly helps) and professionally handle their roles, but it all feels so…sleazy. Calling herself “Future”, the girl claims to have come from the year 2046 on a sacred mission to find a healthy man to impregnate her, as in that distant future, the entire male population will be rendered sterile by evil alien invaders. How can it not feel sleazy? She inspects Lawrence and his horny friends, and concludes that Lawrence is the only one fit to mate with her, much to the jealousy of Jeana. For the better part of the movie Cash Chin is instead more than happy to focus on the romance/sex between Lawrence and Jeana.
For me, Jeana nearly killed this film dead in the water for me. Well, that and all the ugly alien sex. The film goes off the rails in one particularly coarse sequence centred around the gang-rape of the four girls. Yes. Even worse. These moments that exceed the boundaries of good taste provides the requisite T&A but never breaks free of convention. There are no real redeeming qualities here unless you are just a pervy guy or a general fan of creeping nausea. Avoid.