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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 »

Director:

Richard Pepin

Writers:

Joe Hart (as Jacobsen Hart), Lenore Kletter
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jack Scalia ... Lt. Jack Floyd
Evan Lurie Evan Lurie ... Adam
Erin Gray ... Mayor Pendleton
Bobby Johnston Bobby Johnston ... Cain
Deron McBee Deron McBee ... Zeus
Jennifer MacDonald Jennifer MacDonald ... Mandragora
Martin E. Brooks ... Dr. Jonathan Gant
Vernon Wells ... Samuel Washington
Nick DeMauro Nick DeMauro ... Sergeant Johnston
Sean Moran Sean Moran ... Peter Deserek
Duke Stroud ... Chief Richman
R. David Smith R. David Smith ... Athens
Robert Gallo ... Dick
Thom Bosco Thom Bosco ... Al
Christopher Jackson Christopher Jackson ... Clem (as Chris Jackson)
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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

Certificate:

R | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

31 January 1995 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Terminal Force See more »

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Production Co:

PM Entertainment Group See more »
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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

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

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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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Low Grade
14 March 2001 | by refinedsugarSee all my reviews

Wouldn't it be nice if we lived in a world that had mastered the art of cyborg creation? We could have robot butlers serving us drinks and killing masked terrorists. That's essentially T-Force in a *ahem* box. In the not too distant future when law enforcement is unable to cope with high risk maximum loss situations they call in T-Force. A group of elite cyborgs who were made specifically to deal with situations of deadly peril and possible human loss.

Unfortunately T-Force will do anything necessary to complete their mission within acceptable parameters including the death of hostages. Of course that's seen as unacceptable and the future of T-Force is all but sealed. They are to be dismantled, but wait - oops - it turns out they don't like the sound of that - so they escape and here enters Jack Scalia as the guy given the plum job of bringing them in a la Blade Runner.

What follows is the usual assortment of cheap action segments and an underlying question of morals. Are the cyborgs people? Do they deserve the same rights? Can cyborgs have babies? That sort of nonsense. Jack Scalia and director Richard Pepin team up and once again we find the same routine with Pepin bringing the movie in at a certain budget and Scalia turning in yet another burned out lone cop role. Which must be getting tough. T-Force doesn't fool anyone. It's a mindless low budget action flick that borrows upon ideas from other films. I don't see how you could be surprised nor left feeling cheated by T-Force. It has a fun moment or two, but you know it's not really worth your time.


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