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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 19 June 2009
If you watch the third in the series of any film in the cyborg genre you are rather taking a chance and in this case you have to accept it for what it is. Malcolm McDowell is just on the cover to lend his name to more sales, he's hardly in it at all and frankly he must have needed the cash.

Overall the acting is very mediocre but you have to understand that this film *needs* to be trash, it is junk food and all the better for accepting it. The other Cyborg films in the series are related only by the most thin thread so that makes it even more interesting to compare them to each other (Cyborg 2 and Cyborg).
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on 16 July 2013
Im not quite sure why but the other reviews for this dvd are for another film- 'Cyborg 3' to be exact! This review is for the dvd pictured 'Running wild' which stars Brooke shields as a budding docu/film maker whos assignment revolves around a conservationist who has been filming a female leopard for years & now documents the progress of her & her cubs.When the mother leopard is injured & dies he rescues the 2 orphaned cubs & raises them himself.
I love Brooke shields so had wanted to see this for ages,its such a different role for her & i was thrilled to hear her sing the theme tune during the closing credits :) Its a lovely,underrated movie,filmed in a beautiful wildlife setting with true footage from the real story its based on & a film that has its real tearjerker moments! A note of warning however,that whilst this is essentially a family film,there are some upsetting animal fight scenes etc which small or more sensitive children may find distressing.
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on 17 September 2013
As a true lover of wildlife, & wildlife films, if well made, i was dissapointed in this one. It is an OK! film. I thought with Brook Shields as the lead? it would be worth watching. As one of John Vartys vehicles i should have known it would be more like an amateur production. I admire Varty's wildlife work, but his acting leaves a lot to be desired. So, I would say, yes a good wildlife film re; footage, but as a major film ????
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on 25 July 2015
Don't be fooled by the large Picture of Malcolm Mcdowell on the Box and his name bigger than everyone else's. You are lucky if he's in it for Two Minutes. Still though this is A decent follow up with Zach Galligan (Gremlins) being Hunted by Richard Lynch (Just about everything in the 80's) and the Script is above average for a film of this budget.
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on 16 January 2015
Unfortunately unable to watch this item on DVD player in UK. Item not compatible on UK system. I should have known.
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on 11 July 2004
Put quite simply this film is abysmal. Its awful script and low budget is complemented by acting that makes a day-time soap-opera look like a Royal Shakespeare Company Production. Props are constucted with tin-foil and plywood in the first half of the movie then seemingly the (vast) budget overstretched and futuristic scamblers are the weapon of choice in the later half. Cyborg 3 as it's title suggests concerns the tale of an elderly futuristic gentleman with a robotic eye who has as the title suggests a penchant for recycling...not bottles though, but cyborgs! He attempts to acheive his personal catharis and character resolution through the recycling of one female cyborg who happens to be pregnant, she of course wants to protect her progeny from his diabolical clutches and plans of recycling.....a decidedly anti-enviromentally freindly subtext...of course the film-makers didn't appear to think into their film this deeply...and it shows.
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