'Looker' is Michael Crichton's look at cutting edge technology such as the digital manipulation of images. Heady stuff for the time, but twenty years later the movie barely works as a thriller. However it does succeed on a kitsch level, and is pretty entertaining if you don't take it all that seriously.
Brit vet Albert Finney (his first "American period" circa 'Wolfen') is teamed up with bimbo model Susan Dey (Laurie Partridge to 70s kids) to thwart a hi-tech conspiracy headed by super-cool James Coburn and sidekick Leigh Taylor-Young ('Soylent Green'). Features an ultra-cheesy theme song, a time "freezing" stun gun, a brief nude scene from Dey, and as a special kick for genre fans a cameo by 'The Tingler's Darryl Hickman.
Review by Infofreak from the Internet Movie Database.