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T-Force (1994)

In the near future, after a hostage situation goes awry, the last resort option of law enforcement, cybernaut unit T-Force, is ordered to be disassembled. But the robots see this as a "... See full summary »



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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Lt. Jack Floyd
Evan Lurie ... Adam
... Mayor Pendleton
Bobby Johnston ... Cain
Deron McBee ... Zeus
Jennifer MacDonald ... Mandragora
... Dr. Jonathan Gant
... Samuel Washington
Nick DeMauro ... Sergeant Johnston
Sean Moran ... Peter Deserek
... Chief Richman
R. David Smith ... Athens
... Dick
Thom Bosco ... Al
Christopher Jackson ... Clem (as Chris Jackson)


In the near future, after a hostage situation goes awry, the last resort option of law enforcement, cybernaut unit T-Force, is ordered to be disassembled. But the robots see this as a "threat to their self-preservation" and go on a killing rampage. It's up to police lieutenant Jack Floyd and one of the cybernauts, who is on the right side of the law, to bring them down. Written by soundchaser

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Action | Sci-Fi


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Release Date:

31 January 1995 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Terminal Force  »

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1.85 : 1
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The bullet damage on Adam's head swaps sides. See more »


Adam: [to Zeus] Has the sweet taste of blood found its way to your lips?
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There Will Be Better Days
Words and Music by Mark Pont
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6 December 2016 | by See all my reviews

Ha! Why watch Die Hard, Universal Soldier, Terminator, Blade Runner or any buddy cop movie when you can just watch T-Force? That's all those films rolled into one. I nearly forgot the post-apocalyptic battle using mad max-style buggies! And all the other crap! T-Force is so awesome that we're introduced to T-Force by them posing in a futuristic landscape while stuff burns behind them, the first of many scenes that end with a character walking away from an explosion. We also get the plot of Die Hard condensed into a twenty minutes sequence as Vernon Wells turns up in a quick Klaus Kinski-like cameo, taking over a skyscraper, killing some dudes, then having all his men slaughtered by a bunch of cyborgs who discuss Assimov's rules of robotics while totally throwing those rules out of the window. Also, many people are thrown out of windows in this film too.

Jack Scalia also turns up as a grizzled cop who's probably correct in assuming that the cyborgs are a little heavy handed as they manage to kill about half a dozen civilians while blowing Vernon Wells to bits. This causes a lot of talk about primary directives and such like but you know what that means: The robots go rogue, following their own crazy logic. Except for the one that buddies up with robot hating cop Scat Jalia. So we've got indestructible cyborg killing machines like Terminator and Universal Soldier not only discussing their mortality, but also indulging in a bit of pro-creation. I was hoping at this point the female cyborg would become pregnant for some extra brain damage but they just kind of forgot about all this very quickly.

Jack cranks up the robot racism but his heart melts when his cyborg buddy fixes his car, as you do. Then some other stuff happens that's also cool. And the main bad robot gets shot in the head but for some reason the bullet wound moves to the other side of his head for the last ten minutes of the film.

Totally derivative, low budget, and cheesy, T-Force is also awesome for trying to fit so much into an hour and a half. Loved it when they jumped in those buggies for a car chase.

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