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If You like Ironside you'll like this movie for sure
This movie is pretty good its still watchable. It puts you in a different world and at the expense of very little. The budget may be small but the actors aren't bad except for that bad doctor he annoys me.
Michael Ironside shows a good performance as always. there is a sly Stallone kind of guy who is pretty cool a nice looking girl named vanity and a mystery Asian guy who is cool
The special effects aren't bad and there is enough gruesome violence to keep you posted. The annoyance to people may be the lighting but thats about it.
Just watch it and make your own judgment but I promise you wont be disappointed if you try not to compare this to mad max.
all in all if you like b scifi post apocalyptic movies I'm sure you'll enjoy this one.
P.S. its better than postman
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