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Sin: The Movie (2000)

Blade, a semi cyborg cop must unravel a series of mysterious kidnappings. As he delves into the city's merciless underworld, an elaborate mystery unfold.




Cast overview, first billed only:
Markham Anderson ...
Taylor Matthews ...
Kait Palmer (voice) (as LaTeace Towns)
Tim Perko (voice)
Danielle Kimball ...
Elyse Stewart (voice)
Ted Pfister ...
Lorenzo Vitello (voice)
David Parker ...
Tina Vansant (voice)
Hilary Haag ...
Skycity Announcer / Mutant Elyse (voice)
Robert Vellani ...
Blade's Father (voice)
John Swasey ...


Blade, a semi cyborg cop must unravel a series of mysterious kidnappings. As he delves into the city's merciless underworld, an elaborate mystery unfold; at is heart, the SinTEK corporation and its leader, the ruthless and beautiful Elexis Sinclair. A Brilliant biochemist, Sinclair will stop at nothing to achieve her goal: a plan that could force the next step of human evolution-or spell doom for mankind. Written by Anonymous

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The sins of the father, have been passed to the child.


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Release Date:

24 October 2000 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Sin - La película  »

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Although the animation was handled by a Japanese crew, the film was largely produced by US company ADV films, and as such, English is the original language for it. See more »


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Quite a disappointment
23 June 2002 | by (Christchurch, New Zealand) – See all my reviews

I watched this on DVD and it looked really promising until the end of the opening credits. The prologue before the open credits was really interesting but it seemed to be the only part of the plot in which character was explored. The credits themselves looked vibrantly rendered (CG of course) and very swish indeed... I only wish that the film had come across so well.

From the odd pacing to the strange mix-and-match direction it was a bit of a let down. Though I like storylines that require one to engage brain, I believe this plot was poorly explained. Very little character history was explained and in some places the directorial disregard for chronological order fell short of artful and ended up at annoyingly ambiguous.

The backgrounds are really beautifully painted but in places there are computer graphic effects that fail to be integrated nicely into the cell shading. I cringed physically as I watched the Adobe lens flares fly across the screen and computer effects used where good simple animation would have done just fine.

If you want to enjoy this production I really suggest you check your brain at the door. Contains violence, explosions, mutants and a scantily clad evil bad girl... not really enough to save it, in my opinion. I won't rewatch it in a hurry.

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