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Suspect Device (1995)

Sci-fi action tale of a man who discovers that no one recognizes him... no one except his government that is; and "they" are working overtime to erase him from existance.

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Dan Jericho
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Dr. Jessica Parker
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Artemus Lockwood
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CIA Director
Marcus Aurelius ...
Curt Carter
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Dr. Charles Flint
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Dr. Fred Hopkins
Heidi Sorenson ...
Kristen Jericho
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Male Cyborg
Cinda-Lin James ...
Female Cyborg
Paul Eckstein ...
Jason
Bill Bolender ...
Hank
Betty Vaughan ...
Harriet
Leonard O. Turner ...
Jim
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Sci-fi action tale of a man who discovers that no one recognizes him... no one except his government that is; and "they" are working overtime to erase him from existance. Written by Concorde - New Horizons (with permission).

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Engineered to kill millions ... He now fights for their future.

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Action | Sci-Fi

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Rated R for strong violence, a sex scene and language | See all certifications »
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11 July 1995 (USA)  »

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Roger Corman Presents 'Suspect Device'  »

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1.33 : 1
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Good ideas, cheap implementation
26 February 2003 | by See all my reviews

If you ignore the cheesy Corman-level of special effects, direction, and all things related to budget, this turns out to be a good movie. No, really. In the first 30, 40 Minutes you may shake your head in disbelief, how miscast the main character for it role is - but later on, the story gets going, and it all fits. Nice ideas, especially for the genre.

OK, it is still a cheesy, cheap flick, but I am about certain, if it was filmed with expensive actors, effects and direction, there would be about nothing left of what makes it interesting. They simply wouldn't have dared to leave the good parts of the story intact, especially the ending (which I rather like).

It's good for TV; it's an OK rental, it's a no-no for cinema - except for those trash-movie "vote your movies" nights, if you have those where you live. If it's on TV and you don't have anything else to do, watch it.


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