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A martial artist hunts a killer in a plague-infested urban dump of the future.
Gibson Rickenbacker is a hired fighter living in a plague-ravaged apocalyptic America where a plague has infested most of the United States and the rest of the world. In New York City, Gibson encounters a woman named Pearl Prophet. Pearl reveals to Gibson that she is a cyborg who is carrying vital-information for a group of scientists in Atlanta who are working on a cure to the plague and Pearl hires Gibson to escort her back to Atlanta. But Pearl is kidnapped by "Pirates" a murderous gang led by Fender Tremolo, who wants the cure for themselves and they decide to take Pearl to Atlanta themselves. Gibson, joined by a young woman named Nady Simmons, goes in pursuit of Fender and his gang, as Gibson sets out to rescue Pearl, stop Fender and his gang from reaching Atlanta and defeat Fender who slaughtered Gibson's family.
Some other imdb user said that this movie never aspires to be anything more than the sum of its parts. What is your point? Should all films have some kind of message to deliver? Can we not have films that we watch to just escape for an hour and a half?
Lets get this straight, Cyborg never pretends to be anything more than it is, and for that reason it should be applauded. Lets have more like this.
What is this? Is it a forgotten gem of cinema? An overlooked masterpiece that rivals the likes of The Godfather and Apocalypse Now? A hidden treasure that, if revealed to the world, would take humanity to a new level of existence, enhancing our minds and bring us closer to understanding the secrets of the universe? Of course not, it's a post apocalyptic action flick with Jean-Claude van Damme. This movie will never claim greatness, but if you're up to some no-brainer action, it will surely deliver the goods.
In a future were civilization is shattered by natural disasters and a severe plague, van Damme plays the part of Gibson, a sort of fighter-for-hire that makes a living guiding people through the lawless wilderness. One day he comes across a woman who appears to be a cyborg. She claims to possess the knowledge of a cure that would end the plague. She is however abducted by a band of outlaws led by a man named Fender (yeah, Gibson and Fender), who wants the secret of the cure for himself so he can... well, it's a bit unclear, but apparently he kinda likes it when everything is miserable so he wants to prevent the cure from, well, curing. As it turns out however, Gibson wants revenge on Fender since he killed Gibsons family several years in the past. With Gibson joins a woman named Nady, who takes an interest in saving the cyborg and securing a cure for the plague.
Of course there are a some issues with this film. The acting isn't great, and the characters doesn't really have much personality. The story doesn't really evolve into anything. The fact that the captured woman is a cyborg does not really effect anything, the villains motive never leaves the standard "evil for the sake of being evil", and there are a lot of plot holes or plot "happenings" that are never explained or are explained very poorly. The movie is also very fond of unnecessary flashbacks, and sometimes shows the same flashback twice! The storytelling is really sub-par and amateurish, and it is the movie's great weakness.
The movie is saved however by two things: looks and action. The film looks great. It has a nice atmosphere and some really nice photography. The music is also pretty good and helps to get you pumped up for the action scenes. The action scenes are great and the obvious highlight of the film. Van Damme shows his stuff, punching and kicking and besting his opponents in some really well written and well choreographed fight scenes. The action sucks you in and keeps you entertained trough the entire thing.
All in all, it's not Citizen Kane, but if you want to kick back with some popcorn and some no brainer action, this film should do just nicely.
Gibson Rickenbacker (Jean-Claude Van Damme), a martial arts warrior/mercenary, living in the post apocalyptic United States, comes to the rescue of a woman named Pearl Prophet (Dale Haddon) and discovers she is a cyborg, created by scientists in Atlanta to find information to a plague that has swept across the world and left the world in ruins, as the scientists are working on a cure to the plague and need the information to complete their work. Pearl is kidnapped by Fender Tremolo (Vincent Klyn), the evil leader of a gang of warriors called "The Pirates" and Fender decides to take Pearl back to Atlanta and wants the cure for himself. Gibson, decides to go after Fender and rescue Pearl. Joined by Nady Simmons (Deborah Richter), a young woman, whose family died from the plague and was hiding, when Fender and the Pirates attacked a settlement and stole a boat. Gibson sets out to confront Fender, whom murdered his family, a young woman named Mary (Terrie Batson) and her younger brother, whom hired Gibson to escort them out of a city to a safe place, after The Pirates killed their father and forced his adoptive daughter Haley (Haley Paterson), to join his gang. no,but fender makes a referance to Blade Runner by saying "we have a skinjob" The old British BBFC 18 Versions are extremely censored. More than three minutes of action sequences are missing. There is also an uncensored versions available on DVD in the UK. Maze. Gibson saw Nady more as a daughter or sister. After Mary was murdered by Fender and his Pirates, Gibson could never love another woman. Because Fender knew he was outmatched against a group of bandits also the real life answer is that there would be no story otherwise. Yes. Albert Pyun was hired to direct a sequel to Masters of the Universe, which was to be called "Masters of the Universe 2: The Cyborg". The film, which took place after the 1st film, followed He-Man, who returns to Earth to do battle with Skeletor, when Skeletor destroys the Earth, leaving it as a post-apocalyptic wasteland. The script was written, the sets and costumes were prepared. But Cannon films and Mattel decided to cancel production on the film, due to "Masters of the Universe" flopping at the box office. Albert Pyun got screenwriter Kitty Chalmers to rewrite the script and it became the script for a sci-fi action story, set in a post apocalyptic America and was the story of a young warrior, who sets off in pursuit of an evil gang of warriors that have kidnapped a female cyborg, and that script was the script for "Cyborg". Yes, although no special features are mentioned Picture, editing, sound, music, story. Everything is different. The only remaining aspect is the action and violence since Cyborg was quite heavily censored for the "R" rating. a5c7b9f00b
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