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|Sci-Fi Collector's Set V3|
Actors: Jack Scalia, CCH Pounder, Ron Silver, Harvey Keitel, Kevin Dillon
Director: Four Feature Films
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
T-FORCE — In the techno-thriller style of The Terminator, T-Force explodes on screen with blazing action and heart-pounding intensity in a story of human technology gone awry. In the not-too-distant future, an elite team of... more »
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Keith A. (Keefer522)
Reviewed on 5/28/2013...
Four low-budget sci-fi films on one double sided DVD. Includes:
"T-Force" (1994): in this mish mash of ideas stolen from "Blade Runner," "The Terminator," "RoboCop," and "Die Hard," a squad of lifelike police androids go rogue when they find out they're about to be shut down, blowing up half of near-future L.A. in the process. Fortunately a straight shooting human cop (Jack Scalia) is on their trail.
"Lifepod" (1993): A sci-fi variation on the Alfred Hitchcock oldie "Lifeboat," with a diverse group of passengers stuck aboard an escape pod after their luxury space liner explodes. One of those on board may be the saboteur...but which one? Fine performances by CCH Pounder and Ron Silver.
"Star Knight" (1985) ...WOOF, this was bad. In this '80s Spanish sci-fi/fantasy film, an alien visitor drops in on a village in Medieval Europe, where he terrorizes the peasants, romances a princess, and battles a bunch of klutzy knights. I'm not sure if "Star Knight" was supposed to be a comedy but it sure turned out that way. The only actors I recognized were Harvey Keitel (who spends the whole movie with a "What the F*** am I doing here?" expression on his face) and Klaus Kinski (who apparently would do anything for a buck at this point in his career), the rest of the cast is made up of people named "Jesus," "Javier," "Luis," etc. The film looks nice (costumes, sets, etc.) but the dialogue is painful and the "story" is slow moving and goes nowhere. Utterly godawful!
"Hidden Agenda" (1990) - An American (Kevin Dillon) travels to Berlin and learns that his older brother has been killed by unknown assailants, who soon come looking for him. I have no idea why this strictly average spy chase flick is on a "Sci-Fi" DVD as it has no science fiction elements whatsoever.
Worth a look if you like cheesy B Movies.