Check out the zero gravity slo-mo boots these girls are wearing. Hopefully you'll be able to buy those at a Sharper Image someday. Then again, you'd have to head down to the mall to get them. Forget about it.
Never has utter stupidity been rendered with such a deftly epic touch. 2069 takes the Bavarian sex comedy and cloaks it in Barbarella-isms, while presenting the sophisticated European counterpoint to the American exploitation non-classic Wham Bam Thank You Spaceman. Then again, pretty much anything is more sophisticated than Spaceman. Have you ever seen King Frat, the Animal House ripoff where the sole plot impetus is that a group of fraternity brothers are trying to win a fart contest? That's more sophisticated than Wham Bam Thank You Spaceman. In other words, Tom Bob says check out both of these films pronto. You're welcome.
The double entendre comedy on display is actually kinda funny, in a Benny Hill sort of way, which is the big surprise to come out of this whole endeavor. Many sex comedies that emphasize sex usually do so at the expense of comedy. Here they are interwoven, rather than presented in alternating conflict. The plot involves these space girls being forced to land on earth to collect sperm so they can repopulate their soon-to-be-dying race. See, they are heroes on a desperate mission, so the sex stuff is completely necessary to the plot. Do you remember the "sex girl patrol" skit from The Kids in the Hall? Here is the real deal, and with actual hot German chicks instead of Canadian dudes in drag. To each their own, of course.