When shooting the dawn one morning, photographer Alex Santiago looks into the rising sun and hurts his eyes. As a result, he begins to see spots and blurs. When the spots become a face - an... See full summary »
When the El Camino is pushed over the cliff, it is obvious there are no people in the car. Also, as the car turns over (in slow motion) there is no drive shaft - so it couldn't have been driven shortly before being pushed over the cliff. See more »
I am not a huge fan of neither cheap nor expensive action movies, I am however a big fan of UFC.
With the previous movies starring MMA stars like Randy Couture I was severely disappointed by the overall level of professionalism and performance with Scorpion King 2 being probably the worst movie I have seen this year. So you can probably imagine by now that when I've heard about "Cyborg Soldier" I wasn't particularly excited.
I'm not going to review the plot as you can get the idea from the synopsis, it is quite simple BUT the way the movie is done, even though it is low budget actually makes up for it. There's plenty of action, well made fight scenes, even some funny parts (depending on your sense of humour though) and Rich Franklin absolutely rocks. His acting resembles A. Schwarzeneggers in the Terminator, though it's not that extremely "mechanic" and emotionless, after all Isaac is still a human being.
Movie is a must see for any UFC fan and everyone who likes good action movies. It's not Bourne(far from it) but trust me, you won't be disappointed.
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