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 Rob Hartill
The destructive cyborg teachers created by Doctor Longford were thought to have been destroyed, but one has slipped through the cracks. Now the last, calling himself John Bolen, must be stopped before he spreads his path of destruction and mass killings to other high schools.- Written by Michael Silva <firstname.lastname@example.org>
In this sequel to the 1990 move "Class of 1999", the future is still a violent metropolis where gangs rule the hallways and themes like education and higher learning are a mere memomry. Jenna McKensie is a young, sweet high school teacher who witnesses the killing of one of her students by lethal gang member, Sanders. Jenna wants to testify, but Sanders isn't about to let this woman put her in jail by a long shot. So to keep her mouth shut, Sanders and his thugs decide to intimidate her with threats and even going as far as to try to rape her. The principal cannot suspend Sanders without definite proof of wrong doing, the cops have no evidence and Jenna's boyfriend Emmett wants to put Sanders in his place himself, but Jenna doesn't want him to do that. Jenna starts to question as to whether or not suspending Sanders will improve the educational system or not. Enter John Bolen, a stone faced substitute teacher who is not predisposed with putting up with crap like his fellow faculty members are. John is definitely a teacher who belives in discipline...extremely strict discipline. When students are out of line to the point where the principal can't control them, John takes it upon himself to show student's the meaning of the term "Out of School Suspension". Because if you're rotten to the core, John will personally make sure that you never set foot in his classroom or anyone else's ever again. Jenna acutally takes a liking to the silent substitute and feels she has found a friend who is willing to listen to her problems. John teaches Jenna that students should not be allowed to gain control of any situation in the classroom and that she must have a firm hand when it comes to teaching students. When Sanders and his gang try again to harm Jenna, John shows up in the nick of time and defends her from harm. Apparently, John can see that Sanders and his crew have no respect for the faculty and so John decides to ex out his gang members one by one. Then, Emmett and the local sheriff learn that an ex-C.I.A. operative named Gordon Ash is in town and is tailing John. It turns out that John isn't an ordinary teacher afterall: it seems that he is the last of a group of cybernetic fighting machines who are reprogrammed tp teach students and those who misbehave are to be strongly disciplined. And it just so happens, that Sanders and his group are at the top of John's "Termination" list. But then, something screws around with John's mainframe and pretty soon, he's targeting almost everyone for termination, even Jenna. Can Jenna find a way to stop her protector before he demolishes the whole school?- Written by Keno Reeves.
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