Cyborg Cop II
A fancy, loner cop loses his partner to a crazed terrorist during a hostage rescue. He settles for the terrorist going to Death Row in jail. What Jack doesn't know is that the terrorist will be taken and turned into a cyborg for the "Anti-Terrorist Group". When the Cyborg "Spartacus" wakes up accidentally, he kills the scientists and their guests, then goes to set things up for a Cyborg Empire. Only Jack and a few friends know how to stop
- Stars:David Bradley, Morgan Hunter, Jill Pierce, Victor Melleney, Douglas Bristow, Dale Cutts, Adrian Waldron, Hector Rabotabi, Kimberleigh Stark, Michael McGovern, David C. Webb, Frank Notaro, Robin Smith, Stephen Leader, Norman Coombes,
- Director:Sam Firstenberg,
- Writer:Jon Stevens Alon (screenplay), Sam Firstenberg (story)
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Cyborg Cop II torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: A superb mystery film, with an investing plot, intriguing characters, and a few good laughs, that makes this film worth viewing.4.5/5
(us) wrote: Imagination, Talent, Beauty. An unforgettable genius. Probably the greatest chess player who has ever lived.
(kr) wrote: this looks extraordinary!
(it) wrote: This is one of those movies where everyone's subplot is connected and everything happens for a reason. The ways that the little girl copes with death are realistic. At various times she's understanding, in shock, in denial, or breaking things. The family that temporarily takes her in don't know how to feel about the situation either. Mark is happier than ever to have light back in his life, but he is also very depressed by the old memories that are dredged up. In a way, he's relieved to finally be able to grieve instead of burying his feelings in his work. Patty's sharp edges are slightly softened by the situation, but her husband's sudden joy makes Patty's numbness and stone cold front even more pronounced. Her distance has actually pushed her mother away to the point where her mother comes by mainly just to visit Mark. Although the movie has a happy ending, keep the tissues handy.
(kr) wrote: Vlotte politiefilm, die alleen een beetje dunnetjes uitvalt. Maar met de spanningsboog en meeste acteerprestaties zit het wel goed. Genoeg voor een ontspannend avondje.
(it) wrote: I know it's more for the kids but, hey I think it's cute.
(de) wrote: This is a very funny Christmas movie about a guy who returns to his family home and pays the unamused owners to give him a good old fashioned family Christmas. Featuring solid performances and full of many fun scenes and one liners, this Christmas movie is a welcome addition to the festive season.
(ag) wrote: Not as good as the Robe, but a visually captivating magnificence. The choreography in the early stages of this chef-d'uvre was outstanding.
(us) wrote: Very Good and Funny In Areas. It Made Me Laugh!!!
(nl) wrote: Excellent thriller, with solid performances from all, especially Alfre Woodard and Farrah Fawcett. Never dull, always interesting. Simple story, well told.
(gb) wrote: W. Somerset Maugham is a brilliant writer
(br) wrote: It sometimes happens in film that how the thing gets done and comes together is better than the planned intent. Herein is a case for the opposite. It goes all over the map thematically when it intends to be the sort of pre-WW11 Christmas tale Hollywood churned out quite regularly, losing focus, and your interest, when holding it was the aim. Fortunately it is staffed by a cadre of seasoned professional character actors who share the lead (and the rationale to see this) who do not lose focus and carry the piece home. Chief amongst them: the ever radiant Maria Oupenskaya as the female glue in a household of grumpy, dissenting old men.Yes, you'll groan at some of the obvious manipulations thrown at you, but the craft of these vets maintaining a lesser product is still worthwhile.
(nl) wrote: A bit confusing at times, but still fun to watch.
(it) wrote: Look, I know I've said this before, and will continue to say this as long as spoof films are being made, but this genre has been dead since the 90s after the last Naked Gun movie was released. But I'm not even talking about the Naked Gun types, that made fun of old school cop show tropes and cliches. I'm talking about the more specific type of spoofs, where they go after a specific movie or various movies. I don't think there has been a spoof of this type in YEARS that has actually been good. I guess you could say Black Dynamite is the only one, but again, that spoofs the blaxploitation film genre as a whole and not a specific movie. To me, the best spoofs work because there's a level of respect for the material that you are poking fun at. Like, as I just mentioned, Black Dynamite or Young Frankenstein. Both of those films, while poking fun at the silliness of their chosen target to spoof, are also very much loving tributes to the films that inspired them to make the spoof in the first place. And I think that's definitely something to that that needs to be said. The best spoofs are those that make fun, but also find a way to show their love and appreciation. I think that's part of why I find the Seltzer/Friedberg spoofs (Epic Movie, Date Movie, Meet the Spartans) are some of the worst spoofs in existence. Hell, they're not just the worst spoofs in existence, they're some of the worst movies I have ever seen. The point of those flicks is to be as dumb as humanly possible without actually putting in any effort into actual decent comedy. Which brings us to Meet the Blacks. I can honestly understand the way that this movie approached its parodying of the Purge film series. Unlike Young Frankenstein or even Black Dynamite, the fact of the matter is that the Purge aren't classic movies. The first one wasn't that good to begin with, but the last two were actually fun genre movies. So I can understand the film not being a loving tribute to the Purge movies, because those movie just aren't classics. Particularly not so close to the film actually being released. But, honestly, this is a terrible movie no matter how you look at it. When the best thing about it is how great Zulay Henao looks, then you know that the movie doesn't offer much in the way of quality. Don't get me wrong, though, there's some good ideas here. I like the fact that everyone that Carl fucked over before he left Chicago is now attempting to purge him. From his ex, to people he owes money to, to the president of the Home Owners' Association that sold him the house without knowing that he was a black man, yes, to the drug dealer that he stole money and weed from, even the KKK shows up. Fucking everybody comes after Carl and I liked that concept. I liked the concept because it pretty much allows the movie to throw just about everything they can out there, no matter how ridiculous or absurd. So I applaud the film's attempts at absurdity, to keep things from ever getting too stale. The problems the film has certainly aren't related to the fact that it's a dull movie. It's anything but. The problems come in the fact that the jokes in the movie are just no fucking good whatsoever. The jokes are so fucking bad. Not to say there aren't some scenes that made me chuckle, but, by and large, 8 out of 10 jokes are misses. And the 2 that are hits aren't even that good anyway. Part of the problem is the fact that Mike Epps is a terrible actor. Just fucking terrible. I have no idea how he is a stand-up comic, but he almost has to be better, but let's just say that he hasn't made the transition as smoothly as others like Kevin Hart or even Hannibal Buress, albeit in smaller roles. The fact that we're asked to believe Mike Epps can believably carry a movie on his own, even one as this that's all about the absurdities and not necessarily about actual acting talent, is more difficult to believe than the fact that this universe got to a point where crime was legal for just one night. That's how bad Mike Epps is in this movie. Either that or he just didn't give a fuck and he was just doing this movie for the paycheck, which is also very possible. Nobody in the cast is really that good to begin with, but Mike Epps is on another level of bad. Like I said, there's some good ideas here and there, but the movie just wastes them with some of the worst jokes you will see all year. Now that I really think about it, this might actually be one of the worst movies I've seen all year. It's really that fucking bad. Not recommended at all.