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Prepare yourself for the all too deadly future. Cash, the heroine of Cyborg 2, is living safe in the free zone. But not for long. Biomechanical problems are taking down her systems and a visit to a doctor in Silica confirms her worst fears. She is more then a marvel of cyborg technology. She is the first of her kind to become a creator-she is pregnant. Written by
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Casella 'Cash' Reese:
The golden age had ended, and ended badly. Human kind and Cyborg kind had ceased to be partners. For 200 years they had built us to be their friends, do their bidding, fight their wars, cook their food, and share their beds. But the last of the great corporations was dead and gone. And with its passing began the dark time, when the humans hunted us for our parts, our circuitry, and our souls. And no one was safe.
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Cyborg 3 feels like a movie that was directed by three people. One who actually knew what he was doing, one who kinda knew what he was doing and one who was totally out of it.
I have not seen the previous films and can't comment on the movie's relationship with them. All I can say is that the movie undoubtedly has a very cheap feel to it. At times however the film's quality seems to boost up and sometimes it can drop horrifically in the process of a scene. This is marked by the extremely diverse quality of dialogue scenes. Sometimes the actors are stiff as dolls, but the next minute they could be delivering a speech with such passion you start wondering if you suddenly switched to a whole different movie.
I was actually happy to see that the action-scenes were done quite well and many of the cyborg-characters were very sympathetic. However there are also plenty of scenes that either make little to no sense or are extremely ill-planned that they slightly ruin the experience.
Not the worst movie I've seen, but far from the best of them.
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