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Ex-D.E.A. Agent Jack receives an emergency message from his brother Phillip, whose team was ambushed on the Caribbean island of St. Keith. Jack goes to St. Keith to find his brother, who has been turned into a cyborg by the drug runner he was after.Written by
Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>
At about the 1:11 mark, when they are in the laboratory, if you listen closely, you can hear what sounds like the exact same soundbite of the Original Star Trek Series sound when looking at the main screen on the bridge. See more »
Obvious stunt double in place of David Bradley when riding the dirt bike. See more »
This job was a lot more fun when we were the double-trouble psycho-cops.
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The US-Release (Rated R) is cut by a few scenes. For example we do not see a hand being cut apart by the Cyborg-Warrior shortly after the opening-massacre. See more »
I miss the 90s I really do, and I remember this film profoundly when I was a kid especially the sex scene, kidding . Now, let's get serious and cut to the chase. Cyborg cop is one of those low-budget films that were inspired by the popularity of "Terminator 2". Of course, this is not your typical "Terminator" movie, but still it has some entertainment for home video. This is also one of the first rare movies that includes hard core "Commando" like action, cyborgs and martial arts. And I think that makes this movie pretty cool. Our leading hero is Jack Ryan (typical name for all American movie hero from low budget films, you know, the usual names are John, Jack, Bill, Ray, James, Jim, Mason, Matrix you know, the cool, strong sounding names), the DEA agent. He received a message from his brother who disappeared in action somewhere in Caribbean islands and of course, he convinced (through violence) his boss to go there and investigate what happened with his brother Phillip. And over there, he finds out that there's more than some drug traffic, like more action scenes, and meeting a sexy reporter Kate, and of course a secret laboratory for cyborgs. And now, it's on you already know how this kind of movies end. Jack is played by David Bradley (best known for American Ninja sequels and American Samurai), a martial artist and actor who well, as you can see, acting his not his tougher side, but he gave us an interesting fighting scenes. But the character was interestingly written, with his "I don't give a damn" attitude, leather jackets and his waist bag, which he also has in the sequel. As a main villain, we have John Rhys Davies wait a minute He is a good actor, if not the best actor in the entire film, I never realized how some of good actors end up in a low budget, crappy films. But, John did several of them, so I think he was OK with that, he is the main, rich scientist called Kessler who created cyborg. He did pretty well in the film, but on occasions, he looked like some cliché, silly villain, with white suit and walking cane, with ridiculous accent. The leading lady Kate is played by Alonna Shaw. Ohhhh, that sexiness the lovely blonde of the early 90s love that, you remember her perhaps from Double Impact (1991), she was here just to look hot and have a sex scene with Jack, because her acting is also not that good. Jack's brother Philip is played by Todd Jensen, yet another low budget actor, I have seen him so many low budget films. And, there is a supporting villain, a cyborg named well, just cyborg, really menacing prototype who makes an interesting, mad faces, the dude looks funny and his, I mean, the "cyborg outfit", masked leg and arm, that looks like an expensive Halloween costume. Oh and I love those funny explosive, remote control airplanes and Jamaicans cheering for a good fight when Jack is taking over the bar Oh, and a fact that cyborgs were built by a German scientist now that was extremely funny and really unusual cliché.
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