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7 October 2008 (USA) See more »
They built the perfect killing machine now they want him dead
A cyborg escapes the facility where he was created. With the help of a local sheriff, he tries to run from the dangerous scientists that created him. | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Bruce Greenwood ... Simon Hart

Tiffani Thiessen ... Lindsey Reardon

Rich Franklin ... Isaac
Wendy Anderson ... Janice Fraser

Aaron Abrams ... Tyler Voller

Kevin Rushton ... Beck

Jim Annan ... Matt Larkin
Stephen Jackson ... Sheriff Ottaway
Brian Frank ... Taggart
Patrick Chilvers ... Dunn

Vickie Papavs ... Mother

Addison Holley ... Young girl (Katie)

Kyra Harper ... Delores
Fraser Young ... Darryl
Matt Smith ... JD
Justin Skye Conley ... FBI Agent (as Justin Conley)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Steve Lucescu ... Commando #1 (uncredited)

Simon Northwood ... Commando (uncredited)

Directed by
John Stead 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
John Flock  story
John Flock  written by
Christopher Warre Smets  written by
John Stead 

Produced by
Danny Dimbort .... executive producer
Joshua Gray .... producer
Kate Harrison .... executive producer
Jacqueline Kelly .... executive producer
Avi Lerner .... executive producer
Barbara Sacks .... executive producer
Trevor Short .... executive producer
Lewin Webb .... executive producer
Original Music by
Ryan Latham 
Cinematography by
David Mitchell 
Film Editing by
Mark Sanders 
Casting by
Dean E. Fronk 
Donald Paul Pemrick 
Production Design by
Brian Rice  (as Brian N. Rice)
Set Decoration by
Lauren Edur 
Mike Leandro 
Costume Design by
Soo Luen Tom 
Makeup Department
Jennifer Beam .... hair stylist
Daniel Lee .... makeup department head
Daniel Lee .... special makeup effects designer
Ting Fang Liu .... on-set makeup supervisor
Ting Fang Liu .... personal makeup artist: Ms. Tiffani Amber Thiessen
Production Management
Eric Beldowski .... production manager
Deanna Strong .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Christopher Binney .... first assistant director
Juliana Conceição .... daily assistant director
Lawrence Ng .... trainee assistant director
Brandon Tataryn .... third assistant director
Art Department
Richard Campell .... set dresser
Jeff Harrison .... property master
Anthony Morassutti .... carpenter
Matthew Alan Taylor .... storyboard artist
Sasha Tolstoy .... lead set dresser
Richard Walker .... set dresser
Sound Department
Susan Fairbairn .... sound effects editor
Stefan Fraticelli .... foley artist
Ofer Geva .... boom operator
Barry Gilmore .... dialogue editor
Jay Petach .... adr recordist: Cincinnati
Scott Shepherd .... re-recording mixer
Randy Wilson .... foley mixer
Mike Woroniuk .... re-recording mixer
James Binkley .... stunt coordinator
Hubert Boorder .... stunts
Shane Cardwell .... stunt driver
Cosette Derome .... stunt double
Tig Fong .... fight choreographer
Tig Fong .... stunt performer
Blair Johannes .... stunt double
Steve Lucescu .... utility stunts
Christopher McGuire .... stunt performer
Simon Northwood .... utility stunts
Edward A. Queffelec .... stunt performer
Jeanette Roxborough .... stunt double
Kevin Rushton .... stunt performer
Todd Schroeder .... stunt performer
Steve 'Shack' Shackleton .... stunt rigger
John Stead .... stunt performer
Steve Wilsher .... stunt performer
Kara Wooten .... stunt rigger
Camera and Electrical Department
Brad Hruboska .... steadicam operator
Norman Laing .... assistant camera
Juan Montalvo .... camera operator (as Juan Carlos Montalvo)
Felipe Rodriguez .... key grip
James Teevan .... assistant camera
Greg Winterton .... camera trainee
Casting Department
Eddie Jaszek .... casting assistant
Editorial Department
Denis Chouinard .... first assistant editor
J.D. Funari .... trailer editor
Carmelo Galle .... post-production coordinator
Jeff Partington .... assistant editor
Motassem Younes .... on-line editor
Location Management
Brad Wetherly .... location scout
Music Department
Scott Shepherd .... music editor
Transportation Department
Kevin Hall .... driver
Other crew
Ursula Campbell .... unit publicist
Claude Forest .... insurance broker
Lyudmila Genkova .... script supervisor
Sara Holmes .... production accountant
Lenore Nemani .... assistant accountant
Peter Olczak .... set supervisor
Tanya Thanadpojanamart .... distribution services
Michael G. Wilson .... production coordinator

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Rated R for violence
Argentina:84 min | USA:89 min (Showtime Library Print)
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That was it?..., 7 December 2016
Author: Paul Magne Haakonsen from Denmark

Hand on heart, then I must admit that I had little expectations, if any at all, to "Cyborg Soldier". I mean, everything here just screams low budget and questionable movie, from storyline to the list of cast talents appearing on the cast list.

The story in "Cyborg Soldier" is about a genetically enhanced person, a cyborg of sorts, who escapes the confines of the research facility where he was created and kept captive. In the outside world he has a run in with a local sheriff and teams up with her to avoid capture by the very same people who created him.

Right, nothing new or overly thrilling about the storyline or plot here. And there most certainly is nothing new to be had here, that haven't already been seen in other similar Sci-Fi inspired movies.

And as for the acting, well let's just say that it has Tiffani Thiessen in a leading role, and that needs no further explanation, you know what I am getting to here. And alongside her was actor Rich Franklin, whom I can't claim to be familiar with at all. Aside from Tiffani Thiessen, then the only familiar faces I saw were Bruce Greenwood and Jim Annan.

It didn't take long before I found my attention directed to the mobile phone and not on the actual events on the screen, because the movie just didn't come off as being interesting or captivating in any sense. And scarily enough, then you don't really have to be paying attention to the screen in order to keep up with the events of the story and how the movie turned out. Yeah, it was that generic and predictable.

The effects, although there isn't an abundance of them in the movie, were actually adequate enough, and they served their purpose well enough. However, it just wasn't particularly impressive or memorable, and definitely wasn't spectacular to really catch your attention.

This wasn't a memorable movie in any sense, and that I have seen it, I can check it off the list and I know that I will not be watching it a second time around.

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