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Cyber-C.H.I.C. (1990)

 -  Action | Comedy  -  9 August 1990 (USA)
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A cybernetic agent is assigned to break up a drug smuggling ring.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Kathy Shower ...
ROBO-C.H.I.C.
Jennifer Daly ...
ROBO-C.H.I.C.
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Johnson
Ranson Baker ...
John Kent
Kip King ...
Dr. Von Solon
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Police Chief Marlon
Mansuel Rivers-Bland ...
Quenntin Thawan
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Dr. Bourgeus
Jeff Austin ...
Rufus
Tony Miller ...
Denny
Mike Mumman ...
Jenny
Erik Fledsion ...
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Dawg (as Jeff Smith)
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Gimp, The Satan's Onion
Paul Rohrer ...
Sgt. Ryan
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Dr. Von Colon has just put the finishing touches on his most amazing creation: Robo-C.H.I.C., a crime-fighting robot built in the shape of a Playboy Playmate. Her invention comes just in time, as a disgruntled engineer has built a set of atomic bombs and plans to set them all off if his demands are not met. Adding to the confusion are a pimp and a motorcycle gang who decide to kidnap the bomber for their own purposes. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Star Kathy Shower was also the executive producer, but she quit the picture soon after filming began. Another (uncredited) actress was hired to impersonate her. See more »

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Horrible. Just horrible.
18 November 2003 | by (portland OR) – See all my reviews

I've got a little confession to make. I'm one of the easiest-to-please movie goers out there. I liked BALLISTICS: ECKS VS. SEVER. I liked THE TUXIDO. I enjoyed MAXIMUM OVERDRIVE so much I saw it almost to the point of having it memorized. Hell, I was even entertained by JOHNNEY MENOMIC. So what does all this have to do with ROBO C.H.I.C.? (Or Cyber Chick or whatever) Just this: when I think a movie was hard to sit through and it's not some intellectual, artsy, slice-of-life film, you know it's BAD. Half of what makes it so painful to watch is the fact that the actress who plays the title character tries WAY too hard to act like an emotionless robot. (Maybe she should've just tried acting "normal", snicker.) The rest of the cast isn't much better, everyone tries to be funny and ends up just being annoying. Of course the film does try to be intentionally goofy, as a spoof of ROBO COP, it's just that it ends up being so in an irritating way instead of a genuinely funny, entertaining way. It's been years since I saw this so I can't remember much about the plot or so many of the things wrong with it, just the general way it made me felt. What's more, the only ways I would ever see this a second time was if someone stuck a gun to my head or eles offered me a minimum of a thousand dollars and I knew he was good to his word. AVOID LIKE THE PLAGUE!


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