T-Force (1995)

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Technology runs amuck when an elite squad of police cyborgs turn on their masters in director Richard Pepin's action-packed sci-fi thriller. The future is now, and in order to minimize human casualties on the dangerous city streets, scientists have created a team lifelike androids that have been specially trained to do man's dirty work. Nicknamed the T-Force, these unstoppable humanoids are frequently sent to capture criminals who wouldn't hesitate to kill a flesh-and-blood cop. When the T-Force goes too far and shoots down a terrorist helicopter with six hostages on board, officials quickly decide to pull the plug on the project. The only problem is, the T-Force doesn't want to be shut down, and they have programmed themselves into extreme self-preservation mode as a precautionary safety measure. There is one lone cyborg who resisted the uprising though, and his name is Cain. When Lt. Jack Ford (Jack Scalia) is charged with the task of tracking down the renegade death machines, he's going to need all the help Cain can offer in order to take down the renegade robots restore order in the city.
Rating:
R
Genre:
Action & Adventure
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Studio:
PM Entertainment/Sunland Entertainment

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Cast

Jack Scalia
as Lt. Jack Floyd
Erin Gray
as Mayor Pendleton
Evan Lurie
as Adam
Jennifer Macdonald
as Mandragora
Martin E. Brooks
as Dr. Jonathan Gant
Vernon Wells
as Samuel Washington
Duke Stroud
as Chief Richmond
Sean Anthony Moran
as Peter Deserak
Nick DeMauro
as Sergeant Johnston
Karen Baldwin
as Reporter
Joseph S. Griffo
as Bartender
Clement von Franckenstein
as UN Ambassador Christopher Olsen
Jane Higginson
as Hostage
Rochelle Swanson
as Cocktail Waitress
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A film with cyborgs and a bunch of action scenes. There is some time that is left to talking but most of the time there is something getting shot or being blown up. Overall, it is an action movie with cyborgs and a great beginning with Vernon Wells.

Matthew Marks
Matthew Marks

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