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Eve Of Destruction [Blu-ray]
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Created in the image of her inventor, Eve VIII (Renee Soutendijk, Spetters), a sophisticated and deadly android, is the flawless culmination of years of research...or is she?
When an unexpected mishap during testing sends her into a sudden, irreversible rampage, Eve begins stalking and killing anything she perceives as a threat. And now its up to terrorism expert Jim McQuade (Gregory Hines, Running Scared) to find and deactivate her before she realizes her ultimate capability nuclear annihilation!
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Eve VIII (Renee Soutendijk) is a deadly android created in the image of her maker. After years of research, the machine is sent out on her first test mission. Things go horribly wrong when she's damaged and short-circuits. Now, Eve VIII is maiming and killing anything it perceives as a threat. Terrorism expert Jim McQuade (Gregory Hines) and the android's creator must track it down before she goes nuclear.
I remember seeing this little slice of cheese in theaters when it first came out and often wondered what happened to it. It's not a great movie by any means. However, if you're looking for some additional cyborg fun after exhausting your copies of all the "Terminator" movies, look no further. The best way to describe this is as the "Terminator" if Arnold Schwarzenegger was replaced by a middle-aged blonde in a mini-skirt and high-heels.
The late Gregory Hines does a wonderful job playing the no-nonsense terrorist expert assigned to track down Eve VIII. He marches around convincingly with his oversized pistol wondering why they didn't give the android an "f@3!ing off switch." Renee Soutendijk portrays both the doctor and the Eve VIII robot, switching back and forth from panic-stricken to emotionless, seductive, and angry.Read more ›
In this outing, he portrays a security consultant for our federal government, specializing in thwarting terrorists. But this time, he's not up against any human being; the weapon is a human-appearing female who is actually a walking atomic bomb, capable, when "triggered," of leveling 20 square blocks, 24 hours after being armed.
The good news is that she CAN be stopped, but WILL SHE?
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dose not have a letter box screwn yet it is still good thank you
john L sr
Item just as described, fast shipping, very pleased with purchase. ThanksPublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Action packed movie which is fast paced and unpredictable. Enjoyable towatch once,though the second timethrough it losessome of its appeal.Published 6 months ago by Lee W.
An overlooked gem with plenty of action.
Gregory Hines gives a solid performance as a government/military operative
and Renee Soutendijk does a good job playing the... Read more