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Knight Rider 2000 (1991)

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, ... See full summary »

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Susan Norman ...
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Russell Maddock / K.I.F.T.
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Thomas J. Watts
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Lieutenant Justin Strand
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James 'Scotty' Doohan
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Andrew
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Philip Hafer ...
Charlie (as Phillip Hafer)
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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 Murray Chapman <muzzle@cs.uq.oz.au>

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19 May 1991 (USA)  »

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El coche fantástico 2000  »

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The "gold mirror" building featured in this movie is a real building in San Antonio, TX, off of Loop 410. It now houses office space. See more »

Goofs

Most (if not all) the police cars in the movie are Chevrolet Berettas. In the scene where the police are chasing the decoy van that is believed to be hauling the guns, the police cars are clearly Chevrolet Berettas. However, when the villains open the back of the decoy van and fire a missile at the lead police car, the target police car suddenly changes to a totally different car upon impact of the missile. This can be clearly seen with the differences in wheels and headlights in the clips following the explosion (the car on fire has two headlight sections, whereas the Beretta has one). See more »

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Charlie: [Shawn and Maddock are leaving, Maddock spots Michael's wrecked Chevy on a security camera] A beauty, isn't she.
Russell Maddock: Yeah, and not a mark on her. We're looking at a recording.
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Followed by Knight Rider (2008) See more »

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Knight Rider 2000
Music by Jan Hammer
Available on Miramar Records
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Most Unintentionally Tragic Movie Ever Made?
14 May 2006 | by (Bradley, AR, USA) – See all my reviews

I bought 'Knight Rider: Season One' on DVD and enjoyed it well enough. The theme music was awesome as I remember it being and there was certainly enough 80's cheese and style in there that it still retained it's nostalgia for me. The bonus disc for season one was 'Knight Rider 2000' and I was actually looking forward to watching it (I had never seen it)...

...let me just say that if you are on the very edge of contemplating suicide and need one last reason to end it all, watch this movie. There's a real unintentional tragedy surrounding the whole thing - we don't get to see the old KITT, there's no trace of the theme music, there's hardly ANY action, the new KITT-car is TERRIBLE-looking, and the film is filled with that early 90's gloss that so many early 90's films were injected with - there's no sense of self-parody and it's taken all too seriously.

There was something actually kind of cool about Jan Hammer's music in this (he's probably best known for doing Miami Vice) - especially the 'main' theme that plays during the end credits. It certainly doesn't match the original, but it does captures the sense of unintentional desolation, emptiness, and tragedy the movie will evoke in the viewer.


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