I like the death… I like the misery… I like this world!!!
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This is maybe the most underrated sci-fi movie of all times, and I can guess why… J.V.C.D. this man possible couldn’t be more cliched and libeled in 21st century because of his blunt and predictable performance in “B” action movies. Really, people, do we really need to judge that movie so harsh today just because of that actor?
This movie is a classic now, so it’s a MUS SEE for all stupid Transformer’s fans, because it’s made masterly even without freaking CGI effects and tons of cash. Yes its made raw, somewhere even cheap but does it mean for you anything? Do you really want ot go in papers and numbers here? Isn’t a movie is a form of art that has the atmosphere? And the Cyborg has it! Name me at least one recent movie that have such an atmosphere of doom and destruction?
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The horror begins from the opening Fender’s voice (oh, I forgot to mention that the names are derived from the guitar manufacturer’s labels), shares his deep philosophical thoughts about the collapsed world. And I’m serious now guys this can be America of the 21st century.
What makes that movie interesting? Look at the poster and you will see the main key of the movie-Fender (Vincent Klyn). This asshole is the most intimidating villain of all time, and I can proudly say I’ve never seen something like that before. His lines are simple, his emotions are bleak, but we can feel that evil spirit and energy from his movements and eyes.
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Another great thing about this movie is the fast changing zooms you can notice them, especially the Fender appears, that makes him even cooler!
The harsh reality and raw sets, tough and intimidating villains are just a half of the dark apocalyptic atmosphere. What do we forgot? The music! This is probably the best techno variation I ever heard, despite the first Terminator of course. The music, (or should I say techno opera?) fits great at the main picture, reflecting the cruel world and giving to the audience affect of something inevitable and doomed. If you still can find somewhere the Cyborg soundtrack CD, with no doubt buy it!