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Erin Gray as Mayor Pendleton
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Spice Williams-Crosby as Terrorist
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Vernon Wells as Samuel Washington
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Duke Stroud as Chief Richman
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803.69 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 41 min
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1.63 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 41 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by ksf-22 / 10

yawn. is this film still on ?

Cheesy, cheesy, cheesy... like a big bowl of melted Velveeta. At the open, some group is breaking into some building, killing everyone in sight. They seem to be after "the ambassador"... the acting is pretty shady, along with everything else. The actors all say each line as if that one line is the most important line of the film. My favorite actor name in here is Clement von Franckenstein (really!)... he is the ambassador. Erin Grey probably best known for Buck Rogers and Silver Spoons, is The Mayor. I did not enjoy this at all... even the robots were arguing about what the "prime directive" is, when they decide to take over. Bad script, bad acting, bad direction. Don't waste your time. Some films are so bad, they are funny or fun, but it just doesn't happen here. Maybe it was meant for the kiddies, but there is a whole lot of cussing, so I wouldn't let the munchkins watch it! Find something else to do.

Reviewed by tarbosh220007 / 10

A Classic 90's PM.

At some point in the future, a scientist named Dr. Gant (Brooks) creates "Cybernauts", robots with very human characteristics used for law enforcement. Adam (Lurie),Zeus (Malibu, or McBee, or perhaps Malibu McBee),Mandragora (MacDonald) and Cain (Johnston) are bulletproof, never miss when they're shooting their guns, and have super-strength, among other superlative characteristics. However, when they're told the program that created them is going to be shut down, their "self-preservation" instinct kicks in. Zeus, Mandragora and Adam then proceed to go on a robot rampage. But Cain separates himself from the murderous bunch. He ends up teaming up with Lt. Jack Floyd (Scalia),a man who initially hates robots but eventually warms to Cain when Mayor Pendleton (Gray) ensures they have to work together as partners. Can anyone – or anything – stop these super-strong, deadly and emotionless killbots? Find out today! T-Force is an excellent example of what PM does best. It delivers the goods – it provides tons of viewing enjoyment, and totally fulfills what this sort of movie should be. Of course, the "T" in T-Force is short for Terminal, going along with what can only be described as the "Terminal" craze of movie titlings in the 90's. Terminal Force would have been a cool title, but shortening it to T-Force is even cooler. It starts with an amazing intro where the Cybernauts are posing in front of explosions, and we're treated to many more blow-ups where that came from.

Casting Malibu and Evan Lurie as robots was a stroke of genius, and these robo-meatheads (or MeatBots if you prefer),of course, have long hair. Why long, lion-like manes (and in the case of Cain, a propensity for wearing tight jeans) was part of the intentional design of the Cybernauts remains unexplained. But in addition to the plentiful shooting, blow-ups and fights, there are actually ideas and concepts embedded herein that make you think. No, seriously. The screenwriters must have been reading their Socrates, because there are some Crito-like meditations on the nature of law and society. Not to mention humanity. So, there are more real explosions – and ideas – in the final third of T-Force than in the past 20 years of Hollywood pap combined.

Playing the archetypal American man that the audience can identify with (he even has an all-American car, a 1977 Cadillac he names Ol' Betsy) Jack Scalia is at his absolute best here. Endowing Jack Floyd with a lot of energy, not to mention groany one-liners, he provides nice counterpoint to the robotic action. This blows away his performance in Dark Breed. I think we can safely say this is Classic Scalia. But giving him a run for his money is the guy who plays Alderman Peter (we think his name is Sean Moran). He gives everyone a run for their money, including two meatheads exchanging quasi-Shakespearan-style dialogue. Malibu and Lurie together is almost too much meathead for one movie, but at least T-Force reconstitutes the meat into something a little different this time.

So in classic 90's fashion we have tons of mindless killings and blow-ups, dialogue that's silly when it's not intellectual, exploding helicopters (and everything else),sax on the soundtrack, and of course the 90's-future-movie staple, VR. It's hard to ask for more, and the confluence of classic elements puts this ahead of the pack. PM delivers yet again, with a winner that is indeed T-Forceful.

Reviewed by Bezenby8 / 10


Ha! Why watch Die Hard, Universal Soldier, Terminator, Blade Runner or any buddy cop movie when you can just watch T-Force? That's all those films rolled into one. I nearly forgot the post-apocalyptic battle using mad max-style buggies! And all the other crap! T-Force is so awesome that we're introduced to T-Force by them posing in a futuristic landscape while stuff burns behind them, the first of many scenes that end with a character walking away from an explosion. We also get the plot of Die Hard condensed into a twenty minutes sequence as Vernon Wells turns up in a quick Klaus Kinski-like cameo, taking over a skyscraper, killing some dudes, then having all his men slaughtered by a bunch of cyborgs who discuss Assimov's rules of robotics while totally throwing those rules out of the window. Also, many people are thrown out of windows in this film too.

Jack Scalia also turns up as a grizzled cop who's probably correct in assuming that the cyborgs are a little heavy handed as they manage to kill about half a dozen civilians while blowing Vernon Wells to bits. This causes a lot of talk about primary directives and such like but you know what that means: The robots go rogue, following their own crazy logic. Except for the one that buddies up with robot hating cop Scat Jalia. So we've got indestructible cyborg killing machines like Terminator and Universal Soldier not only discussing their mortality, but also indulging in a bit of pro-creation. I was hoping at this point the female cyborg would become pregnant for some extra brain damage but they just kind of forgot about all this very quickly.

Jack cranks up the robot racism but his heart melts when his cyborg buddy fixes his car, as you do. Then some other stuff happens that's also cool. And the main bad robot gets shot in the head but for some reason the bullet wound moves to the other side of his head for the last ten minutes of the film.

Totally derivative, low budget, and cheesy, T-Force is also awesome for trying to fit so much into an hour and a half. Loved it when they jumped in those buggies for a car chase.

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