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Ultra Warrior (1990)

After the nuclear holocaust, one man rises from the ashes to become the leader of a ragged gang of survivors. They soon discover that their greatest challenge is yet to come; they must ... See full summary »
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Cast

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Kenner
Clare Beresford ...
Grace
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Elijah
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Big
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Zig
Ramsay Ross ...
Lazarus / Sweetheart
Diana Quijano ...
Radio
Orlando Sacha ...
Bishop
Emily Kreimer ...
Shiela
Ramón García ...
Bad Guy
Tony Vasques ...
Yorrik
David Killerby ...
Buddy
Ian Igberg ...
Horst
Brayton Lewis ...
Old Handler
Alasdair Ross ...
Young Handler
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After the nuclear holocaust, one man rises from the ashes to become the leader of a ragged gang of survivors. They soon discover that their greatest challenge is yet to come; they must fight a battle for the ages against the evil minions of The Bishop. Written by Concorde - New Horizons (with permission).

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The last great warrior on planet earth


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R | See all certifications »
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Release Date:

16 March 1990 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Welcome to Oblivion  »

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Box Office

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$410,880 (USA)
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The bulk of the film comes from a Roger Corman funded film called Welcome to Oblivion. That completed film received a limited theatrical release in the United States beginning in February 1990. However, the film was significantly re-edited and filled with footage from other Corman releases before being released to home video as Ultra Warrior in 1992. The original version Welcome to Oblivion has not been released on any home media. See more »

Connections

Edited from Lords of the Deep (1989) See more »

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No spoilers here, the title does a good enough job.
4 February 2000 | by (Halifax, NS, Canada) – See all my reviews

If ever there was a movie that needed MST3K to cover, this was it. This is not a movie to see alone, as you may suffer brain hemorrhages. If you want to practice picking out continuity errors and shouting out comments, this the movie to do it with. There is so much footage taken from other movies, I'm pretty sure that the only original shots are those with the actors in the movie-and even that is doubtful. This movie is so horrible that it makes you seriously wonder how it could have been made. On average, you'll cringe about once every three minutes. There are so many holes in the plot and script, that it's full...of...well, really big holes. If you enjoy fine cinema, you'll never even be in the same section as this video. Still, Ultra Warrior has found a place near and dear to my heart. Just about everyone I know has seen it at least once at my urging. There's just something about the way that the cast and crew knew that they were making a movie that would possibly never see the light of day. No effort is made to hide the impossible jumps in the plot, the disturbingly poor special effects, the incredibly cheesy delivery of lines, or the smashingly choppy scene cuts. In fact, they revel in it. This is a movie that the people making it had fun doing. Or they were all completely insane. Completely.

But it's fun. I recommend it. A little.


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