#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – In the future, a nuclear war has transformed the Earth into a radioactive wasteland where the sea has dried up leaving it as a post-apocalyptic desert. In the desert, A desert scavenger named Nomad discovers a robotic head, arriving in New York City, A space marine named Moses Baxter buys the robotic head from Nomad as a Christmas present for his girlfriend Jill Grakowski, who decides to use it for one of her sculptures. But all hell starts breaking loose, when the robotic head is activated and begins to rebuilt itself. When Alvy, a junkyard dealer discover the robotic head is a Mark 13, a military cyborg of a project that was abandoned. Moses learns Jill’s life is in danger, as the Mark 13 cyborg goes on a violent rampage in Jill’s apartment as Jill has become the the prime target for extermination.
Plot: Mark 13 is a government-built killing machine programmed with artificial intelligence, able to repair and recharge itself from any energy source. Through a series of coincidences, the cyborg’s head ends up in the home of a sculptress as a bizarre Christmas present from her boyfriend. Once inside its new home, the cyborg promptly reconstructs the rest of its body using a variety of household utensils and proceeds to go on a murderous rampage.
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Hollywood did not destroy this movie
I saw this movie in the theater the week it opened way back when. It was a very, very late showing, and there were approximately five other people in the theater. Two walked out during the film. As the film credits rolled, the two women sitting next to us said, “My god! That was the worst film I have ever seen!” My only thoughts were, “They have not seen Starcrash!”
Both my friend and I loved Hardware. I introduced my SO to it this weekend, and he loved it. I think what I like about it is that it’s a small movie that manages to execute its space perfectly. The universe of Hardware is dark, dirty, claustrophobic (without being small). The narrative is pure dystopia, which fits very well with the droid gone wild theme. The droid is so unrelenting, as is the dreariness of existence in this post apocalyptic space. I like how tight the movie is. I also like how clean the narrative is. There isn’t any extraneous fluff.
I think this movie will appeal to the slightly more sophisticated film lover. It doesn’t have big movie pretensions. Hollywood did not destroy this movie. The symbolism is far more subtle than in big productions. The pacing is also different. I loved the slow buildup.
This movie worked, but it’s not an easy movie. If you’re willing to work a little with a movie that doesn’t have the big movie facade of Terminator II or Independence Day, and you enjoy dystopic science fiction, I think you will like this one.
Cult Classic not Best Seller
This movie has been on a slow burn for years now. It has now big names in it with bit parts from cult figures… Iggy Pop and the late great Lemmy and some great music to boot.
The premise is not a new one … droid goes mad, kills people and the effects are a little amateur in places but there’s something about the movie that compels. There is also some amazing camera work that transmits a feeling of despair and hopelessness that subtly counter act the upbeat actions of our characters that makes them look a little desperate within their character.
you may not like it, you may love it… but its one to watch and you WILL remember it.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 34 min (94 min)
Genre Sci-Fi, Thriller
Director Richard Stanley
Writer Steve MacManus (story “SHOK!”), Kevin O’Neill (story “SHOK!”), Richard Stanley, Michael Fallon (additional dialogue)
Actors Carl McCoy, Iggy Pop, Dylan McDermott, John Lynch
Country UK, USA
Awards 3 wins & 3 nominations.
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Stereo
Aspect Ratio 1.33 : 1 (Matted to match 1.85: 1), 1.85 : 1
Laboratory Metrocolor, London, UK
Film Length 2,575 m (Sweden)
Negative Format 35 mm (Fuji)
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm