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Nemesis III: Prey Harder (Nemesis 3: Time Lapse) Reviews

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½ February 25, 2016
at least better than the 2nd movie,its still awful l but at least it tries to tell a story for an hour at least. the other half hour is just flashbacks of the last movie so even saves you from watching that.

The female bodybuilder is back this time being chased by steroided lady gaga and her twin. along the way she meets and falls in love with a mentally handicap guy in one of the funniest kissing scenes in movie history
May 26, 2015
Nemesis 3, is a complete car crash, following straight after the previous installment quite a lot if not almost the whole movie is footage from the second film. This one focuses on Alex (Sue Price) & her continuing battles with the cyborgs in east africa in the late 90's. Another team of androids have been sent to eliminate the mutant human, & To Stop Her Returning To Their Own Time In The Late 21st Century. Some New Scenes Have been recorded & they're there to make a sadly thin plot, with a bad script, bad acting & this time sadly bad effects. A completely boring film, which is mostly a rehash of the previous installment.
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½ January 18, 2015
Third times a charm right?...right?!! well no. The plot continues somehow in this weird ass sci-fi action franchise. The first film was pretty unique and turned out to be a bit of a cult, the second film turned out to be a reasonable 'Terminator/Predator' rip off which had a nice rubber suit involved.

This time Pyun makes a film virtually out of flashback material from the previous two films, yet somehow he manages to nab his muse Tim Thomerson. Continuity is good for this series of films mainly because they were all shot back to back, almost, so at least the cast sticks around. The problem is you can clearly tell this is the arse end of filming from the second film and they've made a third out of it, the leftovers.

The plot follows on from the second film naturally (back to back remember) and simply sees Alex our muscly female heroine trying to regain her memory. This is the reason most of the film is flashbacks from the last film and rather dull, other than that there are more cyborgs on her tail yet again.

The effects are extremely basic this time, embarrassingly so. In short there aren't any real effects, its all very primitive looking superimposed digitally glowing electronic lights and dreadful looking blur effects that have all been added in post-production. It looks like something a student would achieve in school frankly, it all looks so hokey and cheap. Yet on the other hand they still manage some half decent explosions and vehicle action so there was some cash to use.

I think the reason this film feels so mundane is because you merely have human looking cyborg characters running around trying to kill everyone. Its not very exciting and the characters themselves look pretty crappy costume wise, I did miss the Nebula/Predator hunter that's for sure. Pyun obviously likes sexy ladies if you haven't already guessed because the main two cyborgs are super slim fit females with trashy blonde wigs. Plus weightlifter Price gets her tight tanned ass out in the sun again with a very thin thong running between her hot buns. Was that a contractual obligation or something?.

Its all very boring really this one, the worst bit about it is the fact it all looks the same in every shot, the same locations over and over. The second film was exactly the same locations wise too of course, so it really feels like a slog getting through this without the cool Nebula cyborg hunter. The only bit I quite liked was seeing Thomerson's human projection break up and seeing his real cyborg identity shine through underneath, (he's a cyborg hunter with a human image/camouflage-like shield being projected around him). Its actually a neat little idea and the effect is probably the best in the film, his robotic glowing green eyes and scan lasers looked hilariously bad but a little creepy I guess.
½ January 22, 2013
WORST MOVIE OF ALL TIME!!! I am not lying. I like a LOT of shit, but this film needs to have ALL copies of it DESTROYED!!!
October 27, 2012
Not much to separate the films in this series. None of them are terrible but none are good. Recommended for fans of female bodybuilding. Tim Thomerson returns as a new cyborg sent back to 1998 Africa to scan Alex.
½ May 1, 2012
Incomprehensible mess made up of footage from the last movie mixed with some of the worst effects, acting and dialogue you could ever hope for, all horribly edited to stretch out over an hour and a half when it could've been 15 minutes. However, if you're into gigantic female bodybuilders monotoning their lines and flexing their mighty buttocks, this might be the movie for you! Also, there's a MIND-BLOWING TWIST! (Hint: it's not mind-blowing. It's just stupid.)
½ August 28, 2011
More cyborgs sent from future time to capture the DNA Child. Too many flashbacks and poor special fx but worst part of film is two wisecracking female cyborgs. Adds nothing to the series.
November 17, 2010
Not much to separate the films in this series. None of them are terrible but none are good. Recommended for fans of female bodybuilding. Tim Thomerson returns as a new cyborg sent back to 1998 Africa to scan Alex.
½ January 15, 2009
WORST MOVIE OF ALL TIME!!! I am not lying. I like a LOT of shit, but this film needs to have ALL copies of it DESTROYED!!!
½ September 29, 2008
Ohh man, just stay away and don't be lured by Tim Thomerson being in it, so Ruins what the first was.
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