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Doesn't even have the 'so bad it's good' factor that Asylum often gets right
45 minutes worth of script expanded to a 90 minute movie makes this for a pretty dull ride for the most part, often moving at a snails pace.
I like Michael Jai White and think that he's a good action-star but he doesn't always have the best luck with the quality of movies he get to do, and this is without a doubt the worst movie I've seen him in.
It's basically a rip off of Robocop, but I didn't really expect much else, I did expect to be at least somewhat entertained (even if part of the entertainment would most likely be for the 'wrong reasons') but even that did not ring true.
Michael Jai White feels uninspired but his natural charisma brings the rating up one notch without even trying.
It makes some attempt at adding the occasional joke here and there to lighten the mood from the 'serious tone' of the movie but the comedic timing is so off that it gets more cringe-worthy than anything else.
Also offers one of the most predictable twists in the end that I've seen in a long long time.
Acting: 3/10, Productionvalue: 2/10, Script: 1/10
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