Project: Human Weapon (2002)





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A covert US/Soviet military experiment designed to create the ultimate telepathic and telekinetic soldier backfires when the sole successful test subject goes AWOL in an explosive tale of action-packed conspiracy starring Judge Reinhold. It was a risky venture from the onset, and when only one of the five test members emerged from the top-secret military experiment suitable for battle they could never have imagined the trouble he would cause after learning the real purpose of his training. With time running out before the powerful soldier called Mindstorm decides to turn on his handlers in an attempt to get revenge for their deception, it's up to former Black-Ops officer Evan Mink (Reinhold) to find and contain the unstable warrior and ensure that the government's dirty little secret doesn't hit the headlines.
Action & Adventure , Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Mind Hunt Productions


Judge Reinhold
as Evan Mink
Victor Brown
as Jerry Chaminsky
Jochen Nickel
as Hans Martin
Rositzsa Chorbadjiiska
as Silvia Chaminsky
William Zabka
as Rojack
Stela Prokopieva
as Jules Denton
Valentin Ganev
as Dr. Janko
Ivan Balsamagiev
as Gypsy Leader
Milen Vangelov
as Vladimir Chaminsky
Antoaneta Dobreva
as Maria Chaminsky
Lubomir Vulchev
as Foster Father
Iskra Angelova
as Foster Mother
Vladimir Kolev
as Russian Sergeant
Plamen Manasiev
as Russian Head Commando
Simeon Vladov
as MC-130 Soldier
Ivailo Geraskov
as Lead Soldier
Hristo Shopov
as Bulgarian Officer
Rossen Penchev
as Casino Floor Boss
Stefan Shterev
as Lab Guard
Velimer Velev
as Yak-40 Pilot
Hristo Bonin
as Airline Pilot
Maksim Gentchev
as Russian Commando
Daniel Tzochev
as Russian Captain
Iulian Vergov
as Preznev
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Critic Reviews for Project: Human Weapon

All Critics (1)

'Project: Human Weapon" looks like it was made for televison. No, wait, that's kind of an insult to TV movies. This is like a pilot for a TV movie that failed.

Full Review… | September 11, 2002
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Audience Reviews for Project: Human Weapon


Dreadful low budget sci-fi garbage, with unusually poor special effects and the score from hell. Poorly acted, very stiff and unenthusiastic. The plot sounded rather interesting, but it's not.

James Higgins
James Higgins

I'm not going to say this movie was good, because it wasn't. The CG was almost as bad as Wolverine, but it did star Johnny. But he didn't put him in a body's a push.

Josh McKurtz
Josh McKurtz

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