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Max Knight: Ultra Spy (2000)

Max Knight was once the grand wizard of digerati, the cyberdelic legendary high priest of hackers. Now he is an ultra spy with a titanium heart and a beautiful artificial intelligence as a personal assistant. He is ready to save the world.

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Brian Carroll
David Chamberlin
Paul Dalglish
Jarrod Dean
Chevonne Duncan
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Lindsay Daily has almost discovered a new power source when she is kidnapped by Zachary Khan, who persuades her into giving him the secret. He plans to upload the minds of his followers onto the internet and create an eternal cyberutopia. He also decides to destroy humanity. Max and Lindsay's sister Ricki not only have to rescue Lindsay, and save the world. Written by Paul Gerard Kennedy

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25 February 2000 (USA)  »

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Kova paikka: Max Knight  »

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References Bride of Frankenstein (1935) See more »

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Charmingly bad
17 November 2006 | by See all my reviews

Well what do you expect from a B-grade flick that actually had to rip off scenes from or had to use an existing video game (Half-Life) for its "virtual reality" sequences? Well, at least they took the trouble of animating the bad guy in it as well and for that, besides his get up, I won't give it a 1/10. While it may be as B grade and corny and pointless as it gets and while you may not figure out if a plot exists at all, Max Knight is not really that annoying, provided that you don't wince at each and every line of corny dialog thrown at you. But it eventually does get boring and pointless and perhaps it would have been much better as a porno. If you want to be amused for the wrong reasons and have absolutely nothing better to do, then watching this movie is pardonable.


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