Adaman is an U.S. Army made robotic soldier with the mind and memories of a serial sex offender lose in a Latin American country. As the wife of the local dictator tries to escape the country with her ex-husband's help, Adaman kills the ex-husband. His (the ex-husband's) mind is placed in the body of Adam, Adaman's robot twin and sent out by the scientists who created them both to destroy their prototype error. The U.S. and local armies strike up a deal to capture them both.
Lots of back story, that serves no purpose. Lots of deal making and back-stabbing, confused by the fact that the lead characters are indistinguishable from each other. Action and sex, poorly shot around to meet broadcast television standards. These things make the story hard to follow.
Harsh gel filter colored scenes, intermixed with black and white or soft focused sepiatone brown shots makes it painful to watch.
This movie is so bad, it's not even laughable.
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