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Hologram Man (1995)

Five years after the mad terrorist Norman Galagher was sentenced to holographic stasis, he is given a parole hearing. But an equipment failure engineered by his cronies transforms the ... See full summary »

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Joe Lara ...
Decoda
Evan Lurie ...
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Edward Jameson
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Wes Strickland
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Manny / Giggles
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Natalie
Anneliza Scott ...
Carradine
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Eightball (as Tiny 'Zeus' Lister Jr.)
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One-Eye
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Michele Smith ...
Casey
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Dr. Stern
Chuck Butto ...
Treasurer
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Five years after the mad terrorist Norman Galagher was sentenced to holographic stasis, he is given a parole hearing. But an equipment failure engineered by his cronies transforms the criminal into a living hologram with god-like powers. Now, stopping him is up to Kurt Decoda, the man who as a police rookie was responsible for arresting Galagher. Written by Patrick D. Rockwell <prockwell@thegrid.net>

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A Criminal Mind In An Indestructible Body


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Rated R for strong violence, a sex scene and language | See all certifications »

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27 June 1995 (USA)  »

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Adistaktos tromokratis  »

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The Scenes with the "Future Cops" are Archive Footage from Cyber-Tracker 2 (1995). See more »

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Slash Gallagher: My name is Slash Gallagher!
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References Demolition Man (1993) See more »

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Very very odd movie
8 November 2002 | by See all my reviews

After viewing this movie, all I can say is "odd. Very odd." The sci-fi part of it seemed a bit overly-done; but I can't really comment on that aspect since I never advertised myself as a sci-fi expert. There were wayyyyyy too many explosions and shootings. I sometimes got the feeling the writers added all these when they needed time to fill since most of these scenes seemed pointless. The only redeeming quality of this movie was it's quirky plot in which the viewer couldn't help but be confused whether to route for the "good guy" or the "bad guy," since the "bad guy" (in terms of the guy who was the rebel of society) actually had the right idea. Other than that, there were way too many explosions and shootings. Almost to the point that it was sickening. But like a former poster on here said, "Hologram Man" may actually be worth looking at ... just to see what society should "not" be. If society ever got this bad, I wouldn't want to be in it.


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