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Class Of 1999 [DVD]

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Warring teen-age gangs unite against androids placed in their high school to keep order.

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  • Actors: Bradley Gregg, Stacy Keach
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: September 16, 2008
  • Run Time: 96 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001BNFR8A
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,199 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Stanley Runk VINE VOICE on September 27, 2008
Format: DVD
If you were to take Mad Max, The Terminator, The Warriors and Lean On Me, and mix them in a blender, you'd get Class of 1999. It was directed by Mark Lester who made the excellent Class of 1984. This movie is sometimes considered a sequel to that film, but it isn't. Both movies have high schools and violent gangs, but that's where all comparisons end.
In the near future of 1999, violent street gangs have taken over, so bad that the police don't even bother with certain areas of the city(sounds like Death Wish 3!). The damn kids are still required to go to school though! A mullet and contact lens sporting Stacy Keach has taken military battle androids and given them new programs to act as teachers. Three of these androids are given a test run at the worst school in the city where Malcolm McDowell is principal. Meanwhile, ex-gangbanger, Cody, is released from prison and he's off to school. Renouncing his old gang ways, he quickly becomes the target for former gang members and old gang rivals. His brother, Angel, is now in the fold and snorting drugs(as well as his mother!), much to Cody's disappointment(sounds like American History X). Cody gets his groove on with the principal's daughter and tries to stay out of trouble, but he seems to be the only one noticing something odd about the three new teachers. At first they merely beat the snot out of the misbehaving punks, but soon their old military program starts to take over and then it's full out war on the students. Now Cody has to join his old gang and team up with his rival(who looks like Kevin Dubrow from Quiet Riot) to fight back against the android faculty.
Needless to say, this is a fun movie. Not quite as good as Class Of 1984(that movie kicks some serious butt!), but a good time nonetheless.
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By A Customer on September 14, 2002
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Ah, this is one of my favorite old movies. I caught this way back in 1990 or 1991. At that time the year 1999 (in the eyes of a fifteen-year-old) seemed to be a very distant future.
OK, so the year is 1999, and America's highschools have a tendency of turning into warzones. A possible solution to this problem is presented by highschool principal Langford, the Department of Educational Defense and a developer of killer-cyborgs, Megatech.
In Seattle, three new teachers are introduced in what little still remains of Kennedy High. Unknown to the students, their new teachers aren't even human. But when more and more students wind up dead it becomes clear that Megatech's cyborgs have grown out of control.
I love this movie! I have always enjoyed science fiction, and this movie delivers. It's got a bit of excellent action, provides some laughs and a spectacular final with some surprisingly good special effects! It's all got this sort of campy feel to it that I really enjoy in movies. And does anyone out there know the song "Come The Day - Class of 1999" by Midge Ure? It's at the end of the movie, and worth checking out as well!
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I watched this in my early teens, and the over the top humor and violence always stuck with me. For the budget that this movie probably had the special effects hold up well. When cyborgs built for war are reprogrammed and sent into the classroom as teachers to teach and pacify hardened teen gang members and ex-cons war erupts between the teachers and the students. I really like the the cyborg transformations in this. This is an obscure low budget gem worth a watch.
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This film is great. In fact, it is the greatest film about High School. It has such a great concept! And it has been ripped off by the recent THE FACULTY and many other wanna-be's. Buy this movie now!
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Mark L Lester is a director whom has seen His fair share of Critics,Parents,and intellectual screwballs picking on Him and His films over the years.His adaption of Stephen Kings Firestarter was ballyhooed as the worst Stephen King Film ever.Firestarter rules as the one of the best of the Stephen King Adaptions in my book.This film, Class of 1999, is a winner all the way.No spoilers here.My best advice to anyone that loves movies that move and move and move more is to BUY this film.If you are a collector of Fantasy,Horror,and Sci/Fi flicks don't let this one slip you by.Your DVD collection will be Naked without this Mini-epic.See if you can count How many good actors/Actresses are in this production.C.Courtney Joyner wrote this exciting screenplay-A great follow-up to Mark L Lesters Class of 1984 and a show that will keep your interest all the way to the bloody finish.They really don't make movies like this anymore.Many thanks to amazon and to supermart whom I ordered this film from.5/5 A Cult Classic.And don't forget the Class of 1984 also directed by Mark L Lester.
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This one has been under the radar and after discovering it, I was very surprised at the great story, special effects, and the ending that really delivers. An ex con gang leader tries to survive in school as he attempts the straight and narrow while fighting off rivals and his own members too. At the same time, three cyborg teachers are brought in to solve the kid's disciplinary problems. The human looking robots don't waste time and several unruly kids are slapped around and one forced to o.d. Thankfully, these are future gangs and have no problems keeping their pants up! The three cyborg teachers- (the great Patrick Kilpatrick, the over-rated Pam Grier and the under-rated John P. Ryan) are able to make the gangs fight each other, but the kids realise that the teachers are behind it and not human. The showdown is after school as the cyborgs who have several surprises in store for the kids such as anti personnel rocket launchers, flame throwers, and propeling blades skillfully presented to you by director Mark L. Lester. Unrated, 16x9, great picture and sound
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