I love death!...........the death of others of course
Johny Bottom | Jacksonville, NC | 05/23/2007
(2 out of 5 stars)
"This 1989 film is simply amazing. It is perhaps the one and only 92 minute film with no plot, story-line, or sense. The director must have thought the average movie goer is of high intelligence, why else would he leave it up to you to figure this out??
OK from what I can tell, is this sometime in the future where there are cyborgs. Some cyborgs are good and some are bad. So bad humans and bad cyborgs fight the good cyborgs and good humans. That's really about it. However there is one more added element. There is one policeman. Yes you read that right, one policeman. They come out of some kind of academy, and then they are field trained by a veteran cop. The veteran cop is known as 'Black Man', because he is a black man. He trains the new cop to take his place. He is white, so of course the good cyborg who comes looking for help from the law asks "May I call you white man?"
It seems the cyborg (whose name is Dakar, or something like that) was in love with a human female. In the beginning of the movie we see evil people and cyborgs using good people as target practice. They are chased into a quarry by evil cyborg Shark. Once the humans are in the quarry, the bullets fly. One girl manages to escape and gets caught by the evil ones, she is raped and then shot. So now Dakar is out for revenge, he leads the good people and the sherrif to the evil fortress to kill them.
OK let's talk about the highlight of the movie. The evil blonde. She is stunning in her low cut red leather outfit. She's evil alright. It takes an evil woman to watch another woman get raped. It takes a more evil woman to smile as she shoots the woman after the rape. But this woman is the queen of all evil, because she has it on film and watches an hour later on a big screen TV. She does have some nude scenes, but the more I watched it, it seems that as the movie goes by her boobs get smaller and smaller.
Well the 'climax' of the movie if you want to call it that, borders on the ridiculous. You will see scenes of the same people going through the same area, shooting the same people they just shot a minute ago. Also they hit the fortress at night, but within moments it is high noon, then at the end of the movie it is sunrise. You figure that one out. The fight scenes are equally bizarre. Shark fights Dakar in a room and Shark knocks Dakar down and runs out of the room. In the next scene we have Dakar running down the stairs and into a hallway, and Shark comes up behind him. Now I said "wait a minute. How did that happen? Shark ran out of the room first while Dakar was on the ground." So Dakar had to run past Shark on the stairs to get ready for th enext fight scene.
In the end all are dead except for the sherrif. The hot blond shoots Dakar and the sherrif shoots the hot blonde. Blood flies throughout this movie, but when the hot blond gets shot while wearing nothing but a silk nightgown, she goes down without a mark on her. Even though she was shot at close range two times with a Colt 45. The sheriff then leaves his badge on dead Dakar's body and walks away.
Of course in the beginning of the movie all this man wanted was that badge. It was his dream. Now after one mission he gives up his badge and goes off to wherever heros walk off to.
If I could describe this movie in one word...... inane."