Eve is a robot, modelled on "her" creator. Eve's armoury includes a nuclear bomb, which for unexplained reasons is on-board during Eve's testing. When things go wrong during the tests, Eve ... See full summary »
Eve is a robot, modelled on "her" creator. Eve's armoury includes a nuclear bomb, which for unexplained reasons is on-board during Eve's testing. When things go wrong during the tests, Eve is lost in the big city. Enter the rescue team, which includes the real (human) Eve. They must find and disarm her before she goes "bang". Eve is programmed to protect herself at all costs, so when she runs into a problem, she resorts to her super strength; hence the destruction. Written by
Just before this film was released, TV and radio spots were issued that featured a rap score not used in the film itself. The score was performed by Charles Jackson a.k.a. C.J. SKYY and Michael Haney a.k.a. Ice Mike. See more »
The public and police are told that the robot (Eve Eight) is an armed terrorist. Yet, when several cops come to arrest her, their weapons are not drawn, they are closely spaced, and they are out in the open rather than under cover. See more »
I went to see this movie for the very short time it was in theaters mainly because it had Dutch actress Renee Sountendijk in her first American role, and I had enjoyed her in Spetters and The Fourth Man, directed by Paul Verhoeven, who made Robocop, Basic Instinct, and Starship Troopers. It seems she spends the whole movie trying to sound American. Gregory Hines was a terrible choice as an Army Colonel who works with Eve to try to help track down the robot she created. Skip it.
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