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

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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TV-14 | See all certifications »

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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 »

Quotes

Tim Perko: [Tim is being sucked into a demon] What the hella re you waiting for JC? Dammit, shoot it! Uggg, JC shoot!
Demon: Maybe she doesn't want to? Maybe she'd like to join us?
Tim Perko: Oooh, God!
[the demon laughs]
Jennifer "JC" Armack: Stop it! He's gone!
[the demon uses his tail as a whip to hit JC in the face]
Tim Perko: JC! Oh my God!
Demon: I can read your thoughts, your mind. Do you really think you can do it, policeman? Can you read this?
[the demon takes a knife and cuts into his own body, Tim screams in pain]
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Connections

Version of Sin (1998) See more »

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Like No Other
by Rennie Pilgrem
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Awful
7 April 2004 | by (Canberra, Australia) – See all my reviews

This has got to be the worst anime I have ever seen, and I've been watching all the anime I could get my hands on for the better part of a decade. The animation was smooth, but poorly drawn and unimaginative. The narrative of the story had no logical progression, it was just a bunch of cliched action movie scenes played in a random order.

There are no real characterisations, yet parts of the movie hinge on the depth of the characters.

The funny part is that I hired this because it was based on a game I'd played years earlier that had a great story and great characters! Whahappen?

Neither the English or Japanese dub matches the characters mouths - always a sign of something thrown together too quickly.

I reiterate, THIS IS THE WORST ANIMATED FEATURE OF ANY DESCRIPTION THAT I HAVE EVER SEEN. I want that hour of my life back.


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