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Fred Olen Ray

Writer:

William C. Martell (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Marc Singer ... Jack Ford
Matthias Hues ... Hawks
Rochelle Swanson Rochelle Swanson ... Beth
Robin Clarke Robin Clarke ... Humberstone
Kin Shriner ... Walsh
Cal Bartlett ... Mr. Reginald
Robert Quarry ... Chew'Bah
Ross Hagen ... Bartender
Brinke Stevens ... Kitten
Bob Bragg Bob Bragg ... Thug #1
Sam Hiona Sam Hiona ... Thug #2
Peter Spellos ... Hathaway
Hoke Howell ... Bum #1
Jeff Murray Jeff Murray ... Bum #2
Diederik van Nederveen Diederik van Nederveen ... Assassin Droid (as Johannes V. Meerkerk)
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Storyline

In the future, the threat of global takeover by cyborg units has forced Earth to outlaw their use. But when four female androids are smuggled to Earth, Jack Ford is assigned to track them down. An adventurous chase takes him from the mean streets of Phoenix to the depths of New Angeles, an underwater city, and into the diabolical clutches of a maniacal kingpin and his criminal army. Written by Concorde - New Horizons (with permission).

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Taglines:

You've Entered Cyberzone. Let The Chase Begin.

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Action | Sci-Fi

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for nudity, a strong sex scene and some violence | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 November 1995 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Cyberzone See more »

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Sound Mix:

Ultra Stereo

Color:

Color
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Trivia

The character which Hawks talks to on the video-phone at the beginning of the film is the robot from Fred Olen Ray's previous film, Star Hunter (1996). See more »

Goofs

When Ford and Enwright are reading data from a port at the back of the assassin droid's neck, his head bent quite far down onto his chest. In the close-up of the back of his neck, his head is raised much further up as though he were sitting normally and awake. See more »

Quotes

Hawks: I get sexual pleasures by having women follow me single file down the hallway.
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Spoofs Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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Written by Mark Curtis & Darren Curtis
Performed by The Backyard Epics
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"BladeRunner" on a budget
22 June 1999 | by TroyAirSee all my reviews

Don't be misled by the phrase "rated R for nudity and strong sex scene". The scene in question is not strong (though it is a bit lengthy for no apparent reason) but does have a bit of humor at the end.

Rochelle Swanson turns in a strong performance as a technician assigned to assist Marc Singer in recovering 4 "pleasure droids" which have been smuggled into Phoenix for eventual shipment to New Angeles. Have I lost you? Ok, from the top.

In the future, Earth suffers a strong earthquake, which causes California and Nevada to slide into the ocean. It seems that most of America's beautiful women were in California at the time of the tragedy and so technology has created android human-lookalikes to serve Man's carnal pleasures (no, no strong sex scene here, either). There are 3 civilizations in the future: a) a cloud city where the wealthy, intelligent people live; b) the surface, where mutants and the dregs of society live; and c) New Angeles, a new community being build under the sea, which forbids sinful activities. So where are the droids being sent? Yep, New Angeles, where a crimelord is going to set up a monopoly on sex, gambling, booze, drugs, and more sex.

Singer is hired to recover the stolen pleasure droids by the owner, who also assigns Swanson to tag along with Singer to make sure he doesn't blow the droids away. Swanson does a good job playing the beautiful technician and most of the humor comes during her scenes. For example, Singer has entered the throne of the surface crimelord to recover a bounty on a dead droid. The crimelord offers Singer 10,000 for Swanson. Singer looks over at her (her expression is great here), and declines the offer. After exiting the throne room, Swanson asks what that was all about, and Singer replies "Down here, your value is reduced to the worth of your body, sometimes just the value of a watch." Since Swanson knows that she is worth 10,000, she asks Singer what he's worth. "About 5,000. Too many bullet holes."

The quality of the film is about average for a "B" level film. The supporting actors do a passable job, but don't look for a range of emotion from anyone. Swanson is a dead ringer for television's "Wonder Woman" Linda Carter, but no, she doesn't have any nude scenes. Singer does a good impersonation of Harrison Ford's "Blade Runner" character (though I didn't like the porkchop sideburns they stuck him with). Mathias Hues does a good job as the smuggler who becomes Singer's assistant in recovering the droids when the New Angele crimelord double crosses him. And look for Brinke Stevens as a mutant strip dancer (took me a second to recognize her - I never forget a pair of, ah, er, arms).

See this film for Swanson's performance. The rest is just the stuff needed to give the film a plot.


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