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Action | Sci-Fi
Frame Rate:
24 fps
English 2.0  
Run Time:
91 min
IMDB Rating:
3 / 10 
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Directors: Albert Pyun [Director] ,

Movie Description:
Alex again fighting the cyborg mercenaries in 1998 East Africa. This time, Alex finds that she has 20 half sisters who are waiting for her to return to 2077. Central Command wants Alex captured alive and scanned to see if her DNA is a strong and more powerful strain than the normal. But Alex may be too tough for Farnsworth to capture. —Tony Fontana


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taken within its many limitations it remains a fun, albeit trashy Sci-fi/fantasy B-movie.

While the law of diminishing returns could in all legitimacy be used when discussing Albert Pyun's Cult Cyberpunk quadrilogy 'Nemesis', due in no small part to the ever diminishing paucity of production values and exponential usage of excessive flashbacks to somewhat irksomely pad out the increasingly arbitrary narrative, and yet 'Nemesis 3 : Time Lapse' with all its obvious recycling still has good stuff to recommend it, that being said, its strongest appeal will no doubt for those more forgiving Nemesis fans who have dutifully watched and enjoyed the previous installments; taken as a standalone work, this frequently muddled, somewhat rushed, unlovely looking Sc-fi action movie may appear a little incoherent, if not entirely redundant.The film's rigor reside in the welcome return of Sue Price as the DNA-mutated, blonde dread locked, muscle-packed warrior Alex Rain, this time awakening wholly disorientated to discover that she must find her no less ripped saviour of mankind siblings she was latterly unaware of! Once again Alex must continue to arduously battle her way across war-ravaged Africa, thereby increasing the fearful legend of her extraordinary, super-fleet, unrivaled fighting prowess, her main, not inconsiderable obstacles being that of dastardly droid Farnsworth 2 (Tim Thomerson) and the two entirely delightful, sleekly disco-attired, superbly asinine cyber assassins Lock (Sharon Bruneau) & Ditko (Debbie Mugli) whose gloriously camp performances went some wickedly wonky way to shore up the film's myriad shortfalls.In all likelihood very few action movie fans are going to watch the 4th final installment based on this far from exceptional outing, but I kinda' have a soft spot for this boisterously absurd action series and Sue Price is one righteously watchable, serially Cyborg retiring heroine and taken within its many limitations it remains a fun, albeit trashy Sci-fi/fantasy B-movie.

Total Ca-Ca

This was utter garbage. Probably 30 minutes of this is reused footage from 2, the attempt at an amnesia plot is so stupid and pointless that it ruins everything they did. But then there's the AWFUL painted on effects, like someone just got final cut and found the "blur circle" feature. Drawn on glowing eyes, needless yellow glow, just total crap. I don't know if they ran out of time or money but probably half the movie is missing and the attempt to piece together what they have is terrible.AVOID THIS CRAP.

(Tip: it's not dumb, it's just stupid.)

Incomprehensible mess consisting of scenes from the last movie mixed with some of the worst effects you could ever hope for, all poorly edited to stretch over an hour and a half when it could have been 15 minutes. Nevertheless, if you are monotonizing their lines in gigantic female bodybuilders and bending their powerful buttocks, this may be your film! Now available is a MIND-BLOWING TWIST! (Tip: it's not dumb, it's just stupid.)
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