"Galaxina" is a 1980 science-fiction comedy film directed by William Sachs and starring Dorothy Stratten in the titular role. The film is a parody of classic science-fiction films of the 1960s and 1970s, with a plot that revolves around a crew of space police who go on a mission to retrieve a powerful crystal from a hostile planet.
In the film, Galaxina is an android who serves as the ship's navigator and is programmed to be loyal and obedient. However, she begins to develop human-like emotions and falls in love with one of the human crew members, which leads to some humorous and awkward situations.
The film also features a number of other sci-fi tropes and clichés, including a mad scientist, a giant alien monster, and a futuristic bar where the crew goes to unwind.
"Galaxina" received mixed reviews upon its release, with some critics praising its humor and parody of sci-fi films, while others criticized its low-budget special effects and uneven pacing. Despite its mixed reception, the film has gained a cult following over the years and is often cited as an example of 1980s B-movie sci-fi cinema.