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Hardware (1990) Movie Information

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Overall Rank:

10315

Avg. Rating:

2.37/4

# of Ratings:

19

Genres:

Horror, Sci-Fi

Rating:

R

Language:

English

Theater Date:

09/14/1990

DVD Release:

09/29/2009

Director:

Richard Stanley

Actors:

Dylan McDermott
Stacey Travis
John Lynch
William Hootkins
Iggy Pop
Lemmy

 

 

 

 

Plot Outline:

In a dystopic future, a wandering soldier gets a hold of some cyborg parts he gives to his girlfriend. But her new art project turns out to be self-repairing and soon goes about killing everyone in its path. -- Chris Kavan

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Chris Kavan 12/17/2012 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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2/4 

A cult film that plays like a bargain-basement version of Terminator. Despite some interesting casting - and a rocking metal score - this film will only appeal to true B-movie fans. Still, if this is your type of movie, you're bound to enjoy it.

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"Hardware" by Yojimbo

A scavenger in a post-apocalyptic wasteland uncovers the remains of a robotic assassin which rebuilds itself and runs amok in a civilian apartment building. Richard Stanley's heritage as a music video director is obvious in this highly derivative sci-fi B movie that owes huges debts to The Terminator, Alien and Blade Runner. Stanley's eye actually manages to capture the Mad Max dystopian future aesthetic quite well and despite the lack of star names the cast acquit themselves quite well; the leads are solid and the supporting characters add some much needed colour to the generic sci-fi-ness of it all. The film is very much of its time, trying desperately for "cult" credibility as it is by casting Lemmy, Iggy Pop and that bloke from Fields Of The Nephilim in cameo roles; it also sports a s...

Rating of
2.5/4 

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