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Shadow Fury

Shadow Fury (2001) Movie Poster
  •  USA  •    •  89m  •    •  Directed by: Makoto Yokoyama.  •  Starring: Sam Bottoms, Masakatsu Funaki, Alexandra Kamp, Bas Rutten, Fred Williamson, Pat Morita, Allan Kolman, C.G. Walker, Gregory Vahanian, Billy Rieck, Richard Alan Johnston, Sean Vincent Biggins, John Stork.  •  Music by: Shinnosuke Sorimachi.
       A group of scientists at the Nova Corporation, a leader in cloning research, have made miraculous advances in the replication of human beings. When one of their colleagues, a mad scientist by the name of Dr. Oh, creates an "Obedience Strain" that will allow him mind the clones, Nova Corp casts him out and revokes his license. Dr. Oh vows revenge and creates a clone that is the perfect killing machine.

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This film is quite rare to find in the genre of actionsci-fi but once you see it, you'll find out why it is so different than other cliché films of it's type. It is sometimes predictable but you will feel sympathetic for the main character even though he isn't real. All the fight sequences rip off Jackie Chan movies but they are executed with raw intelligence. We see that Michell has troubles with his liver but the main character kills himself with Kismet to give up his life so he could save Mitchell. It might seem a little cruddy for a film like this one but it does make you feel for something that isn't real let alone makes you want to feel anything for the characters. If you have time, watch this film and you'll be surprised, like me, on how much emotion is packed into an actionsci-fi film.

Rated MA15+ for Aussies for Violence, Language and Nudity.


Review by GIZMO35_PF from the Internet Movie Database.