Cyborg (1989) Sci-Fi Movie Review
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Martial arts wizard Jean-Claude Van Damme carves out a dazzling new domain as the future’s most fearsome warrior in this adrenaline-charged sword and sci-fi thriller. Filled with non-stop action, Cyborg is a wild ride from start to finish Â– a post-apocalyptic battle against the ultimate evil. Deteriorating from social anarchy and a deadly plague, 21st Century America has descended into a seething, barbaric nightmare. Only Pearl Prophet (Dayle Haddon), a beautiful half-human/half-robot, has the knowledge necessary to develop a vaccine. But during her desperate quest to gather data and bring a cure to the world, Pearl is captured by cannibalistic Flesh Pirates who plot to keep the antidote for themselves…and rule the globe! Now, only the awesome fighting skills of saber-wielding hero Gibson Rickenbacker (Van Damme) can rescue her Â– and save what remains of civilization.
Synopsis:A martial artist hunts a killer in a plague-infested urban dump of the future.
About Cyborg (1989)
Starring: Ralf Moeller, Jophery C. Brown, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Alex Daniels, Stefanos Miltsakakis, Jackson 'Rock' Pinckney, Bruce Frye, Janice Graser, Tim Gilbert, Robert Pentz, Bill Morrison, Sharon K. Tew, Tommy Evans, Chuck Allen, Kristina Sebastian, Thomas Barley, Dale Frye, Deborah Richter, Jim Creech, Vincent Klyn, Matt McColm, Karen Spell, Dayle Haddon, James Irwin, Blaise Loong, Johnny Grady Jr., Haley Peterson, Michael Halford, Terrie Batson, O.D. Wilson
Runtime: 86 minutes
Director: Albert Pyun
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