Vibrations (1996)

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A talented young rock keyboardist allows his life to fall into the gutter after he loses both hands during a mugging. He is later fitted with special hand extensions, but these neither allow him to play music nor much of anything else. Despondent, he starts drinking heavily and soon finds himself a self-pitying homeless street bum in New York. His life starts improving after he encounters Anamika, a New Age girl who befriends him and introduces him to special friends, one a computer genius and the other, her landlady, a metal sculptor. Together with some assistance from his roommate, the three devise a marvelous set of hands for the boy, ones endowed with special qualities that allow to play music even better than before. Billing himself as Cyberstorm, the lad becomes a star. A hometown concert gives him a chance at revenge.
Rating: R
Genre: Drama , Musical & Performing Arts
Directed By: Michael Paseornek
Written By: Michael Paseornek
In Theaters: wide
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Miramax

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Cast

Steven Keats
as Lt. Cray
Jon Ales
as Miles
Brian Tarantina
as Tough Guy #2
Kim Yancey
as Waitress
Neville Wells
as Techno Manager
Fia Porter
as Stand-In
Larry Romano
as Tough Guy 1
Brain Tarantina
as Tough Guy 2
Jim Bulleit
as Shopkeeper
John Curless
as Salesman
Amie Zu Zu Toledo
as Cyberstorm Dancer
P.J. Brown
as Roadie
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With Anamika's love and a pair of robotic hands, techno-playing T.J. becomes a rave club superstar as a robot named Cyberstorm. No, this plotline is no joke.

Full Review… | March 8, 2009
TheMovieReport.com

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½

This is so much fun. Scott Cohen plays a lovely, silly musician who wows the techno crowd every night. Sorry, the weakest player is James Marshall, who mopes and simpers as a musician whose dreams are lost, but who finds salvation among the wacky techno bohemians. Dreams can come true, and in surprising ways.

Anne McElvain
Anne McElvain

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