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The android Kent is programmed to travel back in time and save humanity from its future. His way leads to earth, which is going to be destroyed by a great rocket-disaster. As he wants to prohibit this, a mad scientist is in his way. But there are more problems: He has to act as a human. Computer-expert Jonathan Driscoll becomes his mentor and tries to help and repair him. Written by
My wife and really enjoyed this film. Julian Sands was terrific, and it was not the predictable B grade film that I expected. It left us with a positive feeling. Although not an eco-green environmental film, I think that 'eco-types' will like this film. A few of the lines were silly and over-acted, but much of the script was quite good, with a some clever humour. If you do not want a block buster action film, rent it as a nice decent B grade flick. There are no monsters or scary special effects, so if you do not like sci-fi, don't let this put you off.
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