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Android Apocalypse (2006)

PG-13 | | Sci-Fi, Thriller | TV Movie 24 June 2006
In an age when Machines dominate the world, the fate of man rests in the hands of an outlaw and an android.

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Wendy Anderson ...
Mrs. Carlson
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Jute
Ian Black ...
Prisoner #2
Brian Dueck ...
Bartender
Mike Fly Fleischhaker ...
Batter (as Mike 'Fly' Fleishakker)
Brian Hlushko ...
Eric Carlson (as Brian Hlusko)
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Joy
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TeeDee
Neil Krause ...
Prisoner #1
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DeeCee (as Joseph Lawrence)
Terrance Leigh ...
Trooper #1 / Transport Driver (as Terrance Leight)
Corey Livingstone ...
Borka
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Rachael
Darla Middlebrook ...
Boss Lady
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Tranc (as Anne Nahabedian)
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In an age when Machines dominate the world, the fate of man rests in the hands of an outlaw and an android.

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Mankind must survive. See more »

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Sci-Fi | Thriller

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24 June 2006 (USA)  »

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A gépek háborúja  »

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$1,000,000 (estimated)
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The TV movie is a loose remake of The Defiant Ones (1958) and Enemy Mine (1985). See more »

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[last lines]
Varrta: You useless defect... I made you
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DeeCee: You cannot kill them all
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References The Defiant Ones (1958) See more »

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Not great, but much less painful than I was expecting
19 July 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I was expecting little, seeing as how awful a lot of SyFy original movies are. Actually while not great, Android Apocalypse is not that bad. It does have a lot of flaws, which I sensed were going to be there. The CGI has been worse before and since but definitely could've done with more clarity and believability, they did look flat and fake-looking. I do agree also about the set design, they don't look bad and are decently lit but they are never authentic, when you should see a prison, then one you should see, not what looks like a factory. The writing is rather shallow and cheesy, and again never feels natural in how it flows, while the story is structurally thin with a lot of the action unexciting and the final twenty minutes were far too overly-silly for my tastes. However, the editing is less haphazard than it often is with SyFy, and the music less generic, actually having a haunting tone. But the real improvements were with the characters and the acting. Instead of the underdeveloped, stereotypical characters we usually see, there is a noble and mostly successful attempt to give the characters some humanity and depth. The acting is often bland, overdone or non-existent, I also didn't find that to be the case here, the leads are especially likable. So all in all, definitely one of Syfy's more tolerable movies though it was still lacking. 5/10 Bethany Cox


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