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Lightspeed (2006)

After an accident, a government agent gains the ability of super-speed and goes after an old friend turned Nemesis.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Dr. Findlay
Barcroft (as KC Clyde)
Scott Hanks ...
Young Nurse (as Keri Hawker)
Old Nurse
James Jamison ...
Senator Paul Davis
Tim Whitaker ...
Young Father
Sheldon Worthington ...
Brighton Leigh ...
Rescue Worker
ER Doctor


After an accident, a government agent Daniel Leight, gains the ability of super-speed and goes after an old friend turned Nemesis. Lightspeed's scaly nemesis is a mutated terrorist half-man, half-snake called Python. But when Leight's radiation treatments are sabotaged, he discovers that he has the ability to move at hyper speeds only by risking potentially fatal metabolic damage. Written by Anthony Pereyra {hypersonic91@yahoo.com}

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22 July 2006 (USA)  »

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Stan Lee's Lightspeed  »

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[first lines]
Tanner: Get those lights off! Situation?
Cop: Intel was spot on. Unfortunately we were to late to warn the security personnel.
Tanner: Bad guy still inside?
Cop: Yes, but this time we got him. No one was in there before the incident.
Tanner: Except for my guys.
Cop: We haven't seen *any* one, sir.
Tanner: You're not supposed to.
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Stan Lee has too much free time
2 September 2007 | by See all my reviews

Lightspeed is about a superhero, not unlike the excellent TV super hero, Flash, but with a lot less "flash". Python, his nemesis has great makeup, terrible lines and not a great super villain, who provides the typical strains of a bad guy gone rampant. Lightspeed is one of the worst movies I have had the displeasure of watching since Alien Apocalypse. Mr. Lee is one person I have the greatest respect for, especially with his Spiderman and Hulk movies showing some excitement, but Lightspeed is a dud at best. I had trouble watching the poor acting, and the actor, Connery, although Sean Connery's son and a good actor, just couldn't make this movie click for me. The plot was typical and droll, and the imagination of the special defects ( I mean effects) are silly and graphically lacking anything close to exciting. I would think Stan Lee could have done more with it and maybe have done a remake of Flash with a bit more flair and improved special effects, a plot, and better acting. All in all, Lightspeed is not worth watching a second time. Stick to Who Wants to be a Superhero, this movie is not even laughable, but leaves one to only groan and remain disappointed.

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