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Plot: In the future, chaos is rampant as ‘information terrorists’ threaten to destroy order in society. Alex is a part-man, part-machine LAPD cop who is the best at what he does. When one of the terrorists calls him a machine, Alex questions his humanity and decides to leave the force. His final assignment is to apprehend an old colleague who has stolen some data. However, there is more than meets the eye and Alex must question his allegiance.
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Director Albert Pyun is responsible for some of the most inept movies in the history of cinema. Never mind the action scenes – Even simple dialogue scenes can be mangled and made unbearable with his magic touch. Therefore, it comes as a surprise that “Nemesis” is so eminently watchable. Nice visuals, interesting ideas, evocative cyberpunk mood, good pacing, and a rather shocking grasp of effective action camerawork and editing. I suspect that another director did most of the work on this one, but I’ve never been able to confirm. All I know is that there are action scenes in here that are genuinely good, to the point where you might think you were seeing the work of a young but talented action stylist. There’s even a “shoot through the floor gag” that was ripped off wholesale recently for the Kate Beckinsale vampire/werewolf film, “Underworld”.
Of course, keep in my mind that this is a B-film. It’s lower budget and the acting isn’t that great. But among B-films, it’s quite good. As I said, the action is way above average in energy and style. As well, the locations are varied, and it was one of the earliest films to achieve a William-Gibson-esque cyberpunk feel. If that sounds interesting to you, then give Nemesis a rent. BEWARE: Do NOT rent any of the sequels. Pyun regained his usual golden touch for the sequels, producing what may be the most hate-inducing cinema known to man.
So it pays to be more than human?…
I remember “Nemesis” fondly from back when I was only 17 years old and watching it for the first time. I saw it a handful of times back then, and it was a movie that I really enjoyed back then. So when I had the opportunity to sit down and watch it again here in 2021, of course I did so.
And while “Nemesis” from writer Rebecca Charles and director Albert Pyun certainly is watchable, I must admit that my memories of the movie proved to be far better than the movie actually was. Sure, I mean, “Nemesis” is watchable and enjoyable enough, but the movie just doesn’t really pack that much of a punch today.
What is impressive about “Nemesis”, though, is the cast ensemble, with the likes of Olivier Gruner, Tim Thomerson and Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa on the cast list. But the movie also have appearances by a heap of other familiar faces, such as Thom Mathews, Brion James, Thomas Jane, Jackie Earle Haley and Sven-Ole Thorsen.
Sure, “Nemesis” is entertaining enough for what it is, a fairly simplistic action movie. And yeah, there is a good amount of action in the movie, mostly shooting though.
Story-wise then I will say that “Nemesis” was adequate, albeit somewhat on the simplistic side. This wasn’t rocket science by any means.
Visually then “Nemesis” haven’t aged all that well. Sure, some of the prosthetics actually looked good enough, but the stop-motion effects were really downright laughable to look at, and made even the awkward Terminator in the original “The Terminator” movie look excellent.
It was a bit difficult to take the firearms seriously in the movie, especially since the shotguns fired highly explosive rounds that were somehow able to make it to impossible angles in front of the targets being shot at.
Having revisited what I though was going to be a great and enjoyable movie proved to be a mediocre movie experience at best. Perhaps my choice in movies and what entertains me nowadays has changed a lot since 1992.
I am rating “Nemesis” a generous five out of ten stars. This is essentially mindless action from start to end. And there is a strange feel of “First Blood” meets “The Terminator” to this movie, actually.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 35 min (95 min)
Genre Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Director Albert Pyun
Writer Rebecca Charles
Actors Olivier Gruner, Tim Thomerson, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa
Country Denmark, United States
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby SR
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Laboratory Consolidated Film Industries (CFI), Hollywood (CA), USA
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm