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on 19 July 2000
Kirk Douglas and Farah Fawcett cash-in on the sci-fi boom of the late-70's/early-80's to poor, miscast effect in this 1980 addition to the genre.
The plot is at best average (although much more could have been done with the basic idea), the scripting is terrible, the special effects are somewhat mediocre and the robot (Hector, a kind of malevolent Robbie the Robot) is plain ridiculous, albeit of an admittedly original design.
As with the reviewers below, this is certainly not 'one to buy', although if you're interested in 'periphery sci-fi' movies such as this, I guess this could be your thing on a rainy week-night if you have'nt any paint to watch drying.
Plus Points ? - I've never been the biggest fan of Farah Fawcett, but she does look pretty tasty in this one !
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