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Shadow Warriors (1995)

It began as an experiment. The ultimate bodyguard - half man, half machine - programmed to do anything. Anything! Global Cybernetics, Inc. is making technological history. They can create a... See full summary »

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Barkley
Evan Lurie ...
Taylor
Ashley Graham ...
Natalie
Russ Tertyask ...
Mikail
Steve O'Hara ...
Yuri
Tania O'Hara ...
Martina
Natalie Thomas ...
Sasha
Nick Baker ...
Koprinski
Victor Diamond ...
Valdimir
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Charles Coleman ...
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Eli Stiny ...
Thug #1 in Commercial
C. Roy Nigra ...
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Alexis Sharpe ...
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It began as an experiment. The ultimate bodyguard - half man, half machine - programmed to do anything. Anything! Global Cybernetics, Inc. is making technological history. They can create a bio-mechanical, plasma-driven, Techno-Sapien - the best security system money can buy. But building one requires a human corpse. And when GCI's bodyguard, Taylor is mysteriously gunned down, he becomes the company's 7.4 million dollar prototype, the "TS-4." At the "TS-4's" unveiling, worldwide demand is immediate. Driven by greed, company chairman, Dr. Connors secretly programs a new model to hunt down other superior humans for Techno-Sapien mass production. His sinister plan is revealed when Security Council head, Barkeley, discovers a missing and dead, well-known athlete in an activation unit. Chairman Connors frantically sends his Techno-Sapien on a killing spree to destroy the entire company. Barkeley and top programmer, Natalie, team up with the "TS-4" to find and terminate the doctor's ... Written by Lamar Card, Director <pcmovies@directorsnet.com>

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John Tyler is dead. But he can still blow you away.


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Duel of the idiots with micro-chips in their brains.
18 July 2011 | by (the Doomed Megalopolis of Blasphemous Technoids) – See all my reviews

This is such an unbelievable heap of rubbish that it's worth a watch. There's only one word to sum up this sad action/sci-fi clunker: incompetence. It's somewhat of a Z-grade "Universal Soldier" rip-off (I can't even imagine all its sequels getting as bad as "Shadow Warriors"). Terry O'Quinn is terribly wasted as the evil scientist with a greedy plan. So, the whole film's pretty much a mess without a plot, consisting of scenes featuring two body-builder idiots with computer chips in their brains chasing each other through Ukraine landscapes and beating the crap out of themselves. Jumping off bridges, hanging on helicopters, blowing things up. Oh sure, a fast-paced action-packed thrill-ride for sure. And inept on all levels. The whole film long, I only wondered about two things: Why are those people doing these things and why are they speaking such drivel? My intelligence must have been lacking, because I just couldn't quite grasp this film. How rubbish can an action movie get, actually? Watch "Shadow Warriors" (aka "Techno-Fear") and find out. It's one of a kind; you don't stumble upon one of these too often.


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