Robot teachers have been secretly placed in the schools where the students have run riot. The teachers do a good job of controlling the unruly youngsters, until they go too far and some ... See full summary »
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Craig R. Baxley
In the original movie, the cyborg-teachers were all destroyed. Well that's what we thought, but there's one more rogue military robot out there determined to clean up the education system. Written by
The film's original title was CLASS OF 2001: THE SUBSTITUTE. This is evident when the character of G.D. Ash (Rick Hill) mentions that the incidents at Kennedy High occurred two years ago. Therefore, despite the title, the film is supposed to be set in the year 2001. See more »
Sheriff Yost is wearing a City of Los Angeles Police Department Badge. See more »
From reading the other 'comments', I assume that this sequel was not true to the original. I found this film quite intriguing, and am glsd I missed the original. Now maybe I will watch it.
It's development of the 'paint ball' warriors was informative as to how this activity actually goes on.
But getting to the point - Jenna is extremely hot, especially in the flesh shown. I liked the plot - a crazy kid thinking he is a droid and developig droid characteristics - original. Usually, it's the other way around - a droid developing human characteristics.
Too bad all low budget mush isn't this good.
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