In the future, guns are banned and criminals are frozen for the duration of their sentences. A recent spate of killings involving handguns brings Michael Knight back to fight for justice, but he insists of the help of KITT, his artificially-intelligent car from decades ago. The only problem is that KITT has been deactivated. Written by
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He can see through walls. Feel the heat in your veins. Stop you cold in your tracks. And take you beyond your wildest dreams.
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The film contains several attempts to predict what the then-future world of the Year 2000 would hold, most of which have proved (amusingly, if not hilariously) off the mark. See more
When Michael finds out that K.I.T.T. has been completely dismantled, there are boxes which hold most of his parts. You can see a normal car steering wheel sticking out on the top box. K.I.T.T. never had a steering wheel; he had a steering yoke. See more
[Maddock is taking Devon on a test drive in the Knight Industries 4000
Sir, would you like me to engage my virtual reality mode?
[takes hands off the wheel
[an image is projected on the screen of the path ahead, separated into three layers, then recombined into an artificial image filling the windscreen
Very impressive. But I really think we should slow down.
There is no need for concern. I'm programmed to cruise at the optimum speed, calibrated to a risk factor of .28, which on this ...
References Star Trek
Knight Rider 2000
Music by Jan Hammer
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