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A 'mandroid' - half-human, half machine - joins an adventurer, a ninja and a scientist in their efforts to stop his evil creator from taking over the world. A humorous blend of science fiction and fantasy.

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Another "So Bad It's GREAT" film. 26 Jan. 2010
By Kenneth L. Owen - Published on Amazon.com
Love this movie. You've got mandroid's, evil mad scientists, rogue adventurers,
strange little flying droids, history manipulation and NINJAS!!! Who could ask for anything more??? Put your brain on hold for 89 minutes, sit back and enjoy.
This is one of those movies that I'm sure will never be released on DVD.
Like "Xandu", it should become a cult classic. If only it were ever remastered and distributed. There will be an audience for it. This I promise. Love this movie.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Lame...But in a Good Way 25 Aug. 2011
By Scott FS - Published on Amazon.com
Mandroid. Yes, he lives! After many brushes with destruction, Mandroid seeks his evil creator, helped by Nora Hunter (Denise Crosby), Harry Fontana (Andrew Prine), Kuju (Conan Lee), and 'Spot' a tiny flying robot that looks and sounds like R2D2 of Star Wars fame (perhaps they are cousins).

It's a pretty bad film, with dialog such as 'Hey, look at all of these papers! They're in Latin!' and 'Yes, you are a machine, but you are a human, too!', 'turn back or you will be destroyed!', and 'the beam will turn your atoms inside out!'

The plot, such as it is, involves a time-traveling evil genius and of course, one of his projects, the Mandroid. The Mandroid was created out of hardware store parts, Spot moves via lame special effects, and the weapons are often inaccurate beams of light-bullets. Things look hopeless! Can Mandroid save the day?

Recommended for mildly diverting and often chuckle-inducing dialog, 'special' effects, and pretty rotten plot that will have perhaps my goldfish guessing.
So Bad It's Great! 26 Mar. 2014
By railfan - Published on Amazon.com
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Don't ask me why I love this flick, because it truly isn't one of the best. Some of the special effects (Classic 80's SFX) are so laughable you wonder why they didn't try again and maybe get it right the next time around. The plot (Such as it is) is as transparent as a high quality pane of glass. Yet, for all its flaws, I love it!
While the acting won't ever be considered for an Oscar, at least they try. The Mandroid, a rebuilt human named John, wants to stop his evil creator from completing his scheme for world domination. I won't say what the evil doctor has planned, but it is an interesting twist on plots to rule the world. Some of this evil genius' methods of handling his "goon squad" are rather unique, picturesque, and downright hilarious.
Whoever it was who dreamed up this plot sure had a lot of incongruities thrown in. Ever seen a speedboat get torpedoed on a river in Guatemala? Didn't think so, but that's what happens in this flick.
As I said, this flick is so bad it's actually worthwhile seeing. I gave it five stars for pure Chutzpah! Do I recommend it? Well, yes, I do, because it's good for laughs and boo-boo spotters. Too bad it's not on DVD. Still, it's worth a bowl of popcorn and a tall, cold soda on a boring afternoon. I'll be honest with you: I even went so far as to buy a new VCR/DVD player because my old one died after playing this once. Okay, admittedly it was old, but I just have to be able to see this film again and again because as bad as it is, I love it! So there!
Low resolution DVD, awful picture quality 22 July 2015
By Mike Lewis - Published on Amazon.com
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Great 1980s sci-fi cheese. But the DVD I got from the seller "Deep13" is one of the crappiest digital transfers I've seen in years. Extremely low resolution, fuzzy, slightly out of focus: seriously, whoever transferred this movie from VHS to DVD did not know what they were doing, and didn't care enough to get it right. It looks like a 240p resolution video on YouTube.... I just ordered the videotape, and I plan on making my own transfer, with my own equipment. At least that way, I know it'll be done right.
moderate 24 Feb. 2014
By 1337 - Published on Amazon.com
I liked acting. The plot was moderate and the movie was not quite boring, but it's not a good classic sci-fi.
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