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The Killing Edge (1984)

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In a post-nuclear-war wasteland, a man searches for his family while trying to avoid deadly killer robots.

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Man dying of radiation sickness
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In a post-nuclear-war wasteland, a man searches for his family while trying to avoid deadly killer robots.

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A great film, i'd recommend it to anyone.
9 December 2001 | by (U.K.) – See all my reviews

The Killing Edge has very little plot, and not much thought or money put into it. But this is a brilliant film when viewed as a spoof. Statements like "How about you Ted, fancy a shave?" and "But first Ted i'll shoot you, you little b@#!€£" both directed at a teddy bear make this a very funny and enjoyable movie. There are some classic fight scenes including a near showdown at the end in which everyone gets shot about 20 times and live. I won't spoil it by giving away the plot(if you can call it a plot) but if you can get hold of this film you are extremely lucky.


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