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Allan A. Goldstein
After Eddie shoots the deadbolt lock (which wouldn't have opened the lock anyway) in the back door of the room where the incubator was located, the door is opened to reveal there is no strike plate or even a hole in the door frame to accept the bolt. The deadbolt could not have been locked. The strike plate for the doorknob is visible, but there should have been another one above it. See more »
Take the most washed out James Bond plot of world domination and arch criminals and sloppy dialog, add a talking cybernetic canine, and you have K-9000. If you don't laugh when the dog is wearing sunglasses, then you must have no sense of humor. This is like Knight Rider meets Turner and Hooch. If that isn't a winning combination I don't know what is. The actors are so washed up they had to take a taxi to the shooting location, which definitely belonged to one of the producers. In the final scene the criminal mastermind is thrown off a raised platform. You can see the foam coming out of the dummy. My favorite is the sunglasses on the dog. classic.
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