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Cyborg Cop II (1994)

A fancy, loner cop loses his partner to a crazed terrorist during a hostage rescue. He settles for the terrorist going to Death Row in jail. What Jack doesn't know is that the terrorist ... See full summary »

Director:

Sam Firstenberg

Writers:

Jon Stevens Alon (screenplay) (as Jon Stevens), Sam Firstenberg (story)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
David Bradley ... Jack Ryan
Morgan Hunter Morgan Hunter ... Jesse Starkraven / Spartacus
Jill Pierce Jill Pierce ... Liz McDowell
Victor Melleney Victor Melleney ... Sam Pickens (as Victor Mellaney)
Douglas Bristow Douglas Bristow ... Dr. Owns
Dale Cutts Dale Cutts ... Captain Salerno
Adrian Waldron ... Jon Travis
Hector Rabotabi Hector Rabotabi ... Mike Alvarez
Kimberleigh Stark Kimberleigh Stark ... Gloria Alvarez
Michael McGovern Michael McGovern ... Warden Chuck Hunter
David C. Webb David C. Webb ... Eddie Richards (as David Webb)
Frank Notaro Frank Notaro ... Stix
Robin Smith ... Fats
Stephen Leader Stephen Leader ... Jacks Ward
Norman Coombes Norman Coombes ... Mayor Spencer Davis
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Storyline

A fancy, loner cop loses his partner to a crazed terrorist during a hostage rescue. He settles for the terrorist going to Death Row in jail. What Jack doesn't know is that the terrorist will be taken and turned into a cyborg for the "Anti-Terrorist Group". When the Cyborg "Spartacus" wakes up accidentally, he kills the scientists and their guests, then goes to set things up for a Cyborg Empire. Only Jack and a few friends know how to stop him. Written by Technoknight <jhpace1@eos.ncsu.edu>

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Get ready for war.

Genres:

Action | Sci-Fi

Certificate:

R | See all certifications »
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Trivia

The Trailer for this movie (featured on other home video B-releases of this genre) featured the main theme from Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991). See more »

Goofs

DEA Captain Salerno claims Starkraven's escape is "Federal business". The DEA is a federal agency. See more »

Quotes

Jack Ryan: I was born for trouble.
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Alternate Versions

The German Rental-Video was cut in many scenes. The TV-Version features the same Cuts of approx. 2 minutes See more »

Connections

Referenced in Bad Movie Beatdown: The Alternate (2013) See more »

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Awful sequel to a reasonably entertaining movie
18 June 2012 | by TheLittleSongbirdSee all my reviews

I am still undecided of whether I like or dislike the first Cyborg Cop, it was reasonably entertaining sure but I was somewhat neutral at the end of the day. This sequel is awful though, the only reason(s) I don't rate it any lower is that the ending here is a little less stupid than the first one and also that I have seen worse movies. On the other hand, it is choppily edited with rather poor effects and locations that didn't really give a sense of interest or engagement. The organ is ridiculously overblown and repetitive, overblown I wouldn't have minded so much as long as you could hear what was going on, but repetitive is inexcusable if you ask me. The script in the first Cyborg Cop did have some cheesy moments but also some fun, witty ones. The sequel has the cheese but none of the wit. The story is derivative and predictable like the first, but unlike the first it also made the mistake of being dull with unexciting action sequences, and the characters are stock with no tension or empathy whatsoever elicited towards the hero. Cyborg Cop II also has a misleading title and seemingly has no connection to the first, not even the annoying reporter from the first film. The acting fares little better, David Bradley is made to do arrogant and chauvinistic and he seems uncomfortable doing it and Morgan Hunter is hammy and not very menacing(John Rhys Davies, one of the best assets about the first, is missed here). All in all, the first Cyborg Cop was not bad, the sequel is, to me. And no, I don't need somebody, who clearly doesn't know the meaning of the word opinion let alone spell it, to tell me I have no sense of humour, thank you very much! 2/10 Bethany Cox


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

September 1994 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Cyborg Cop II See more »

Filming Locations:

South Africa

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Production Co:

Millennium Films See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Ultra Stereo

Color:

Color
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