After a tragic accident claims the lives of Luke Gibson's (Gooding Jr.) wife and unborn child, he is left with critical injuries and complete amnesia. A new technological breakthrough from the Hexx Corporation - a Psi-Comp Implant that's hardwired into Luke's brain - saves his life, but Luke soon finds out that this new technology comes with a price and that the Hexx Corporation harbors sinister plans for the new device. With the help of new allies, Luke tries to recover the memories of his past while uncovering the Hexx Corporation's true motives.Written by
The man that keeps appearing trying to sell Gibson watches uses the name Carter Burke. Carter Burke was the name of Paul Reiser's character in Aliens, an unscrupulous representative of a powerful corporation. See more »
Luke shoots at the SWAT team members numerous times, but doesn't reload the gun. See more »
[in sultry TV commercial]
I love a man who knows what he wants. But if what he wants is Wild Times whiskey, well, then I love him even more. With its full body and breathtaking smoothness, Wild Times is the whiskey that goes down easy. That smooth, great taste, it could almost make a girl jealous.
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Kilmer and Ironside clearly had no interest in doing a TV series, but Gooding apparently did. And for TV, not so terribly bad. The concept just about carries it. As for the comments about clutzy props, TV show decider-suits love the idea that the thing won't cost them a bunch, yank some crap out of the warehouse and fake the rest.
I liked it for what it was. And for the ludicrous notion that higher powers would want to put chips into us. Wherever did they get that from?
Of course, this puppy won't see the light of day.
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