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Actors: Don 'The Dragon' Wilson, Richard Norton, Stacie Foster, Joseph Ruskin, John Aprea
Director: Richard Pepin
Genres: Action & Adventure, Science Fiction & Fantasy
In the near future, computerized justice handles the apprehending and execution of dangerous criminals in the form of Cybertrackers, cyborgs that look like a cross between Arnold Schwarzenegger and Mr. Clean. Secret servic... more »
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Timothy B. (bat115) from BAKERSFIELD, CA
Reviewed on 10/28/2014...
if you like 90s Low budget Science Fiction Action, You should see this film!
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Low budget sci-fi action
NoWireHangers | Sweden | 05/13/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)
"With a movie starring Don The Dragon Wilson and Richard Norton, you don't expect great production values, and Cybertracker is a low budget movie, with futuristic technology that probably seemed old when it was released in 1994 and a story that echoes Terminator and RoboCop. But the story is entertaining and it has some good fights and should please most fans of cheesy low budget action/sci-fi movies."
Watchable SciFi Action Movie, Very Dated Effects
CFH | Blue Ridge Summit, PA USA | 09/07/2009
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Cyber Tracker is watchable for fans of low budget SciFi action movies (like me). However, comparisons to Terminator or RoboCop are not warranted as this movie simply is not in the same league.
No plot spoilers from me; the movie is set in the not so distant future where the justice system has been turned over to a corporation (CYBERCORE) which uses computers to judge and pass sentence on criminals. We follow Secret Service Agent Eric Phillips (Don "The Dragon" Wilson) who has been framed for murder and sentenced to be, well, terminated by a Tracker.
Released in 1994, the special effects are seriously outdated (look for the 5.25" floppy disc sitting on top of a monitor) and not very believable. The car chases are really not much better and it is almost funny at times as cars become airborne and explode at the slightest provocation.
Where you would expect this movie to excel is in the fight scenes, and that is generally true. No doubt Don "The Dragon" Wilson is a talented martial artist, but there are far too hand to hand (foot to head) scenes and far too many poorly done shootouts.
Still, this was an OK movie if you don't expect too much other than a lot of explosions and some decent fighting."