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Cyborg Soldier - action adventure DVD / science fiction DVD review
CYBORG SOLDIER Rated PG-13 by the Motion Picture Association of America rating: 4 stars
Actors: Bruce Greenwood, Tiffani Thiessen, Rich Franklin, Aaron Abrams, Jim Annan
Director: John Stead   Studio: First Look Pictures
DVD release: 07 October 2008   Runtime: 84 minutes (1 disc)
Format: AC-3, Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
DVD Features: Audio tracks (English - Dolby Digital Surround 5.1, Dolby Digital Stereo 2.0), Subtitles (English, Spanish), Trailers, Previews

Cyborg Soldier will become one of the many cult movies for all the fans of humans as the new high-tech weapon.

The viewer's initial reaction to the title and advertisement description may leave them believing that this is just another Terminator flick. The shoot-'em-up man-from-the-future has nothing in common with I.S.A.A.C., or Intuitive Synthetic Autonomous Assault Commando, in this human-weapon tale.

ISAAC (mixed martial arts fighter and former UFC middleweight champ Rich Franklin) has escaped his makers and is on a quest that he only vaguely understands - his creators in the secret military unit removed all his memories, thereby changing him into a nonhuman. While on the move, ISAAC runs, almost literally, into a lone woman police deputy (Tiffani Thiessen) on patrol.

Together, they find themselves being hunted down by the unit that ISAAC so recently escaped from. It doesn't take long for the deputy to discover that something is different about the man who has taken her prisoner. As the movie unfolds, ISAAC's memories return, triggered by Deputy Lindsay Rearden's questions. In turn, ISAAC's situation becomes urgent as they run for their lives, winning her over to his side.

A heartwarming and often humorous movie about the dangers of (extreme) genetic modification, not only will stuntman John Stead's directorial debut succeed, but a sequel will be in the works soon.
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