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Two companies are competing to develop equipment that can replicate any kind of material, including human tissue. However, one of the companies has more plans for this machine, and more resources to block the other company from succeeding. The movie is set in a future earth with no ozone layer and a peculiar justice system. Written by
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Tiny 13 must be thinking of another title in his review. He says the film he finds so so bad stars Michael Pare, who is not to be seen in this picture. I'd say Replikator has a pretty decent cast, Ned Beatty, Bridget Bako, Lisa Howard, La Cicciolina (!)in a 'tong in cheek' bit, -it's pretty cool babe-wise, and a funky tech-noir look that was more than a bit ahead of ahead of it's time in 1993. (The Justice channel bit is a cool concept and is still funny now. Compare this film shot for about a million bucks to Jonhny Neumonic for 30 million bucks at the same time and I'd say you see why this little picture stays cult in many countries while the other, we'll, n'uff said.
For a cool look and good edge on a low budget before everyone else beat the look to death I give this an 8 or a 9.
Hope they come out with a wide screen re-mastered on DVD. (An interview with La Cicco wouldn't hurt
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