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Hologram Man (1995)

Five years after the mad terrorist Norman Galagher was sentenced to holographic stasis, he is given a parole hearing. But an equipment failure engineered by his cronies transforms the ... See full summary »

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Richard Pepin

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Evan Lurie (screenplay), Evan Lurie (story) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Joe Lara Joe Lara ... Decoda
Evan Lurie Evan Lurie ... Slash Gallagher
Michael Nouri ... Edward Jameson
John Amos ... Wes Strickland
William Sanderson ... Manny / Giggles
Arabella Holzbog ... Natalie
Anneliza Scott Anneliza Scott ... Carradine
Tommy 'Tiny' Lister ... Eightball (as Tiny 'Zeus' Lister Jr.)
Nicholas Worth ... One-Eye
Alex Cord ... Governor Hampton
James Daughton ... Captain / Chairman
Michele Smith Michele Smith ... Casey
Derek McGrath ... Secretary Culkin
Joseph Campanella ... Dr. Stern
Chuck Butto Chuck Butto ... Treasurer
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Storyline

Five years after the mad terrorist Norman Galagher was sentenced to holographic stasis, he is given a parole hearing. But an equipment failure engineered by his cronies transforms the criminal into a living hologram with god-like powers. Now, stopping him is up to Kurt Decoda, the man who as a police rookie was responsible for arresting Galagher. Written by Patrick D. Rockwell <prockwell@thegrid.net>

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A Criminal Mind In An Indestructible Body


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Rated R for strong violence, a sex scene and language | See all certifications »

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Country:

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Language:

English

Release Date:

27 June 1995 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Adistaktos tromokratis See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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The Scenes with the "Future Cops" are Archive Footage from Cyber-Tracker 2 (1995). See more »

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Slash Gallagher: My name is Slash Gallagher!
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It had so much potential...
22 November 2003 | by Wizard-8See all my reviews

PM Entertainment was really starting to roll around this point, and they were probably thinking this was going to be their breakthrough point. They apparently had a sizable budget, great locations, and a screenplay filled with action and a huge body count.

Upon seeing the finished product, it seems something went very VERY wrong. Most of the blame can be put on the incompetent editing (the problem that you usually find on the particular PM movies that went wrong.) Often new scenes start up in what seems to be the MIDDLE of the scene - including the opening sequence! Action sequences sometimes are missing key shots, so that people or vehicles are suddenly in a new position without us seeing how they got there. If a particular action scene isn't confusingly cut like that, it's instead cut in a way that makes all the shooting and explosions boring.

Elsewhere in the movie, a few shots are sliced up and spread throughout the particular scene (in one instance, it results in someone dying, then seen miraculously alive!) And some scenes are utterly useless, like the scene where the hero goes through a virtual reality training course. Sure, the computer graphics (for the time) aren't bad, but this scene serves no purpose except for eye candy.

The rest of the movie is mostly just as forgettable. Having both a hero and a villain look and act like Lorenzo Lamas was probably not a good idea. I admit I did get a few giggles with William Sanderson cast as a computer geek. There are a few other laughs, but otherwise it's an unbelievably dull effort that seems to go on forever. The only possible explanation I can think of is that maybe the work-in-progress cut was mistakenly shipped to the video people instead of the final cut.


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