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What can I say? Hmmm... it was a hell of a lot better than Hardwired (the Cooba Gooding Jr. fiasco I watched last night).
The main actor did an awesome job as the "rain man" type savant. Consistent and entertaining.
Apart from that, the acting was funny.. It was like every actor was horribly mis-cast. Centerfold's as secretaries, aerobics teachers playing security guards, and a university professor playing the president. It was very amusing to see what kind of character would pop up next.
They did read their basic lines OK, a bit better than a porn movie without the porn.
I like any trashy sci-fi and this one held my interest until its very weak ending.
In comparison, the "budgeted", Val Kilmer starring Hardwired had me asleep in my chair.
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