Class of 1999 Part II: The Substitute (1994)

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This sequel to Class of 1999 and Class of 1984 returns to the futuristic world where androids are used as high-school teachers in order to keep the violent students in line. This time, an android serves as a substitute teacher, unintentionally triggering more violence with his unorthodox approach.

Rating: R
Genre: Action & Adventure, Horror, Mystery & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Directed By:
Written By: Mark Sevi
In Theaters:
On DVD: Mar 29, 1994
Runtime:
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Cast


as John Bolen

as Emmett Grazer

as Jenna McKensie

as Sheriff Tom Yost

as G.D. Ash

as Sanders

as Punk Leader

as H.S. Principal

as Monroeville H.S. Pri...

as Ms. Buchanan

as Dumb Kid

as Ray Buchanan

as Ms. Buchanan

as Teacher

as Youth
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A cool little flick. Sasha Mitchell is one scary SOB.

Full Review… | October 22, 2005

Audience Reviews for Class of 1999 Part II: The Substitute

½

Third sequel in the series and this one continues the theme of the robotic killer teachers. This time the last robot is suppose to be A.W.O.L with a CIA op after him/it so he can make more of the deadly robots.

Enter 'Kickboxer' star Sasha Mitchell looking like 'Johnny Mnemonic' and Keanu Reeves lovechild all at the same time yet with even more dubious acting skills, if any. We see some martial arts but not too much, we see some yobs getting beaten up by Johnny...errr I mean Sasha and we see plenty of cliched characters that were done much better and were more fun in the last two films.

The main problem here is the film isn't really based within a school anymore, its more of a thriller with everything BUT the school environment so its hardly worthy of the title 'Class of 1999'. Other silly issues crop up like the robot teacher seemingly developing a crush on a fellow female teacher and then without warning deciding to kill absolutely everyone it see's.

No cool effects, no cult casting and no fun looking sets and costumes, this wasn't needed in all honesty. Mid 90's and too late to pull off what the first two managed. Basically they have milked this idea dry whilst other better franchises have been and gone.

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