Total Force (1997)

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In an attempt to revolutionize warfare, Dr. Edmund Wellington (Richard Lynch), the mad scientist head of a billion-dollar weapons manufacturer, creates a space-based laser mind-control ... See full summary »



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Cast overview, first billed only:
J.D. Rifkin ...
Jack O'Hara
Dr. Edmund Wellington
Malcolm Yates ...
Adm. Denton
Brian Sheehan ...
Barry Lynch ...
Sen. Williams
Freddy Deane ...
Eddie (as Freddie Deane)
Caron Stron ...


In an attempt to revolutionize warfare, Dr. Edmund Wellington (Richard Lynch), the mad scientist head of a billion-dollar weapons manufacturer, creates a space-based laser mind-control device called "The Neurolator", a device with the power to turn anyone into an insane, zombie-like killer who explodes after their usefulness is through. After his invention is rejected by the Pentagon for obvious reasons, the corrupt Dr. Wellington uses the power of his "Neurolator" to hold the world hostage, and only the top-secret special forces group code named "Total Force" has any chance of stopping him. Written by IvanWong

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Quite Possibly The Worst
11 February 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This movie was absolutely terrible. In fact it has gained the honor of being the first movie we have ever decided to burn due to the total un-rewatchability (ignorance is the only reason for original viewing).

First of all, Steven W. Kaman (aka Iven Nuvo, you aren't fooling anyone), what on earth were you thinking? I would have loved to have been a fly on the wall with the movie studio as you went over the plot of this movie. Kaman: "A mad scientist, will create an incredible weapon called the 'neurolator', things go wrong, special task forces and terrorist are called in, and then things blow up, and did I mention, the special task forces best friend is a talking pie?" Movie Studio "Kaman, you've done it again!"

(sadly there was no actual talking pie)

I really just wonder if Kaman (or anyone else associated with this movie) would show this movie to their friends or family and expect good reviews. I believe people make movies believing they are good, but the general public does not agree. I can't believe anyone involved with this movie could believe it was good at any point.

We have watched many a bad movie, but this one has taken the cake (and vomits all over it with its crappiness).

Truly atrocious. (Note to self, never have a security camera five). (Second note to self, build up sector 213 only to move to sector 214) (Third note to self, there is a sequel, BEWARE!)

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