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Clonehunter (2012)

R | | Sci-Fi | Video 20 April 2015
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2525 A.D. Man has colonized the stars. The wealthy and powerful implant their brains in cloned versions of themselves to gain immortality. As a side-effect, occasionally a clone develops ... See full summary »

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Tzaddi Allick ... Reggie (as Tzaddi Allick Simmons)
Jef Betz ... Stone
Greg Oliver Bodine ... Tom Achilles
H.R. Britton ... Sly
Nadia Dassouki ... Plasticoat-Girl
Angela Funk ... Rachel
Robin Kurtz ... Ronnie
... Agent Durham
David Ian Lee ... Raglan
Vincent Marano
Montserrat Mendez ... Peck
Wesley Tate Olin ... Na
Jeffrey Plunkett ... Shu
Thomas Rowen
Susan Sassi ... Madrid (as Susan Rankus)
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2525 A.D. Man has colonized the stars. The wealthy and powerful implant their brains in cloned versions of themselves to gain immortality. As a side-effect, occasionally a clone develops mutant abilities. A clonehunter and his new partner have to track down a clone who threatens to destroy the planet unless the rich man he was cloned for gives him all his wealth. Written by Anonymous

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Living forever takes less time than you think.

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20 April 2015 (Germany)  »

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Clone Hunter  »

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Wesley Tate Olin was 11 years old when he starred in his first film, "Clonehunter." See more »

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Na: Hey! You broke my robot.
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No improvement from Mr. Bellware
16 August 2011 | by See all my reviews

It's way too easy to bash films like these - horrible wooden acting, lack of any emotions, no budget, high school level special effects, silly plot, and so on and so on. But it would be unfair to compare a film by Andrew Bellware to a big budget Hollywood production. It is clear what he was going for - to tell a sci-fi story and have fun while doing so. Even though he must have known that only hard core sci-fi fans would find some enjoyment in it.

But that is not my biggest complain. What bothers me the most is the fact that there has been no sign of improvement on Mr. Bellware's side. I mean, he's been making these films for several years now. I've only seen three of them, but they all look the same! Same lighting, camera work, I wouldn't be surprised if he even used the same set in all of them. A limited budget is one thing, but a lack of talent is something else. I have the impression Andrew Bellware has reached his artistic hight and all of his other movies will look the same. I'll watch his future work only to see if I was right.

By the way, what is with that fetish concerning redhead women? Any explanation?


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