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Ex-D.E.A. Agent Jack receives an emergency message from his brother Phillip, whose team was ambushed on the Caribbean island of St. Keith. Jack goes to St. Keith to find his brother, who has been turned into a cyborg by the drug runner he was after. Written by
Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>
I bought this on DVD for £1 after me and a friend of mine were having a season of watching really lame films, and I have to say, this is very possibly the most unintentionally funny film I have ever seen in my whole life. I don't know what the hell Sam Firstenberg was smoking when he made it, but whatever it was seems to have totally affected his ability to shout "Cut!" as there are so many scenes that left me wondering why the hell they didn't just go back and refilm them. And the editing is atrociously bad. Look carefully during the scene where David Bradley's character is assaulting the house on his motorbike. He jumps off the bike, and shoots twice at a couple of guys, one on the roof, and one on a balcony. Count them, he fires two shots. So then why, inexplicably, does a third man roll down the stairs immediately after, clearly having been shot? It was this kind of total sloppiness that made the film so enjoyable, yet baffling, as they obviously had a decent enough size budget to hire helicopters and blow the hell out of everything, yet not enough to edit the damn thing right...
Other unintentionally comic moments are: "Quincy" the Cyborg (Yes, Quincy...) trying to smash through the door in the morgue but nearly knocking himself out as only the top half of the door crumples (my favourite bit. Watch it in slo-mo...).
Quincy getting electrocuted and walking into a wall.
Quincy, the most advanced robot cyborg in the world deciding the best way to kill the president during the demonstration is to dive through the windscreen headfirst and catch fire.
David Bradley doing a spinning kick and kicking no-one in the face in the fight outside the bar.
David Bradley disarming a guard, then spinning round on the spot for no reason before shooting him.
David Bradley's lame attempts to distract the police officers in the car before he snatches the gun.
David Bradley's Bumbag.
Todd Jensen's "Philip" cyborg, and his wholly inappropriate cyborg voice. Coupled with a hilarious penchant for repeating words for no reason, such as, John Rhys-Davies: "this is the bank"...
Put simply, if you haven't seen this movie, hunt it down. It is utterly hilarious, for all the wrong reasons. 10 out of 10.
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