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Millennium Man (1999)

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18 July 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There were made-for-TV movies that ended up being pretty decent TV shows, with adequate runs for those series. Kung Fu: The Legend Continues. The Invisible Man.

I could only assume what kind of series these guys planned to make out of this. What kind of weekly bad guy they would make. But even this TV movie is riddled with problems. Story aside, one would be surprised the show was even made.

While the style the photographers used was an interesting experiment, it had been viewed -- as evidenced by the other comments here -- as sloppy and inconsistent. The choice of digital video in 1999 is a bold choice, but the weak editing destroys any type of 'vision' this movie may have had.

The big glaring mistake the producers made was the decision to use the same actor for both the hero and villain. Granted, the two characters share only a short amount of time on screen, but it's still impossible to distinguish between the two. They look identical, act too similarly. Maybe slight differences, but chances are only an acting coach can spot them. And, okay, granted their eye colours are different. But is that enough to distinguish the two, when usually the characters aren't made up in their Terminator 2 head styles?


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