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Genres: Action , Sci-Fi , Thriller
Actors: Daniel Greene , Janet Agren , Claudio Cassinelli , George Eastman , Roberto Bisacco , Pat Monti , Andrea Coppola , Donald O’Brien , Darwyn Swalve , Amy Werba , John Saxon
Director: Sergio Martino
Country: Italy
Year: 1986
IMDB Rating: 5.0/10 (479 votes)

A story about a cyborg who is programmed to kill a scientist who holds the fate of mankind in his hands.

Film Review

A cyborg is sent to kill a scientist. If that sounds like "The Terminator", don't be surprised. This film was even marketed in some countries (notably Malaysia) as "Return of the Terminator", so the people behind this one knew full well what they were doing.Sergio Martino is the mastermind director here. Some have called this film better than "Fall of New York" while others have called it worse. I never saw "Fall of New York" but I truly hope it can't be worse than this one. Sure, e have John Saxon and George Eastman… but we don't really have the ability to see them.That's right; the picture quality (not to even mention the audio) is so bad, so fuzzy, that it's dang near impossible to tell what's going on much of the time. My cell phone takes video more clear than this. I've commented in the past about Italian budgets being low, but this one takes the taco.I see no reason to watch this film. I received it as part of…

I got a real kick out of how cheap and crummy this was. The addition of flexible ductwork and/or John Saxon seems to make any movie automatically futuristic. When Saxon is both the most famous and least horrible actor in the movie you have really got something there. I have to give him credit – he always does his best, Just being a workmanlike performer as he is, in comparison with the poor acting of every single other person in the film, makes him look like Sir Laurence Olivier or Richard Burton. The creaky archaic computer graphics, and the odd clunking noise each letter made as it appeared on screen, the Competitive Armwrestling sub-plot, the grand finale shot at Arcosanti (Paolo Soleri's abortive utopia which even twenty years ago looked like a futuristic ruin) all combine into a weird stew of goodbadness. It isn't often that a movie reaches a real crescendo in its final moment, but this film's "how the hell do we end this?" finale is a real masterpiece of in…

Evil international industrialist Francis Turner (John Saxon in top-rate smoothly villainous form) is determined to stop the interference of a world-leading ecological scientist, so he sends cyborg assassin Paco Queruak (an acceptable performance by the beefy Daniel Green) to kill the man. However, things go awry when Paco's human side takes over and he refuses to carry out his assignment. Director Sergio Martino relates the derivative, but entertaining story at a snappy pace, makes the most out of the bleak Arizona desert locations, maintains a pleasingly rough'n'ready macho sensibility throughout, and stages the thrilling fight set pieces with skill and aplomb (the dynamic and eventful last third in particular really delivers the rousing goods, with a fierce fight between Paco and a female cyborg rating as a definite exciting highlight). The nice cast of familiar Italian B-pic veterans helps a lot: George Eastman excels as arrogant and obnoxious arm wrestling trucker R…

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