Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Zette Sullivan, Jennifer Capo, Robert Donavan, Timothy Prindle, Jere Jon
Director: Jay Woelfel
Genres: Action & Adventure, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Jack Deth is back ? traveling back in time and into the body of his own daughter, Josephine, on a mission to save her life and save the world from the most lethal Trancers yet. Jack/Jo must adapt and survive while avoiding... more »
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Don't watch if you are a TRUE fan of Trancers series
John La Rocca | San Jose, CA United States | 03/30/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I am a big fan of the Trancers series. The last one Trancers 5 was supposed to be the last one. I was happy to hear that they are making Trancers 6. But, no Tim Thomerson? They put him on the box cover, but he is not in this film. They use old footage from the other movies and cut and paste.
This time is Jill Deth. Jack Deth goes "down the line" and into his daughter (supposed to be the daughter he had with the character Lena (played by Helen Hunt in parts 1 and 2).
I wouldn't say Trancers of the past are well written, great special effects Sci Fi. Trancers was a very solid B movie. What made Trancers work was star of Tim Thomerson.
Jill Deth character is not going to work for future movies. What this franchise needs is the return of Tim Thomerson. If you want to pass the torch to somebody else, you are going to have find someone who can carry it. Not many people can. They are out there, but this girl who played Jill Deth is not going to cut it.
A painfully awful outing.
South Beach Diet | 05/31/2006
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I'm a huge, huge fan of the original Trancers. The rest of the series-- not so much. But at least every outing till now had featured original footage of B-Movie king Tim Thomerson. Trancers 6 has the dubious honor of being the first in the series to use stock footage of Thomerson; basically, Sir B-Movie wanted nothing to do with the project. And I don't blame him; Trancers 6 is edges into the realm of C-Movie. The plot makes little to no sense, the dialogue is forced in principle and acted even worse, and the effects are simply laughable. The old B-Movie style effects from the original Trancers had a certain charm to them, perhaps because they didn't try to do too much. Trancers 6 feels like it was made by an overeager college wannabe that just got his first Avid in the mail. It's truly painful to watch. I didn't get through it in the first round through. Really, Trancers 6 has no redeeming qualities. 1/5 stars."
For a B movie, it's an A...
South Beach Diet | 03/09/2007
(2 out of 5 stars)
"...but it's still a B movie.
It should be noted that I did not hear the movie; I am nearly deaf and this flick does not have subtitles.
This is the one where they "upgrade" (pr downgrade, or degrade, however you see it) Jack Deth to Jo Deth. I heard that Yvette Sullivan was cute, which does not do her justice, and I kind of like the idea of switching over from one actor to another to play the same role -- kind of like in Dr. Who. Or James Bond. No question that there was only ONE Jack Deth and Jo can't compete on his level, but she had him beat elsewhere.
For instance: she's wicked awesome hot.
All the usual cliches are here, minus the car chase, which is required by law in most of these films."
Jack Deth lives -- sorta.
P. Turner | Leesburg, FL, USA | 05/21/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"An execellent addition to the Transers series. Zette Sullivan plays the role of Jack Deth, in the form of his daughter by Leena Forest. Sullivan is convincing and enoyable in the role, but the movie fails to get five stars because, unlike the other Trancers movies, there are no other characters to care about. The ending implies the possibility of further sequels, but, after five years, these seem unlikely. Too bad."