Virtual Weapon


Comedy / Crime

IMDb Rating 4.7 10 331


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822.87 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
90 min
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English 2.0
23.976 fps
90 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by bbeeno44 2 / 10 / 10

I Blame Florida and Bruno Corbucci

Cyberflic is terrible. There is no 2 ways about it. As much as we love seeing Terence Hill in just about anything. This one was majorly stinky. I'm not sure who the ghost theme was supposed to appeal to. It just doesn't work. Who wants to see Terence as a ghost?? All of the sappy family stuff does not a good movie make. A little bit goes a long way in the sappy family department. And finding him still alive after being a ghost during the whole movie was beyond bad. I think someone has already mentioned how much better the music in these movies was in the 70's. As a huge fan and collector of everything Terence Hill and Bud Spencer, I will follow them anywhere. But I blame their worst efforts on filming in Florida (comfortible surroundings) and Bruno Corbucci. Don't get me wrong, Bruno did write a couple of classic movies early on. But he was also responsible for most of their most terrible efforts on screen. If one looks through the history of Terence Hill and/or Bud Spencer, again and again, you will find Bruno Corbucci behind the terrible movies. And as for Florida, the whole Miami Vice thing must have influenced foreign filmmakers much more than in the states. Because they kept copying that style over and over. And it was almost never a good idea. Even when they had Philip Michael Thomas, still bad, bad, bad. It seems like their films were much more fun in uncomfortable surroundings. Filming in modern day America was not good to our boys. USA must have seemed exotic to Europeans,.. or just more "Hollywood". Afterall, they are competing with Hollywood product worldwide. As for Terence and Bud, there was a tendency to be for them to want to play good guys/upstanding do-gooders. This made their characters and their movies more uninteresting. Their best characters, Trinity, Bambino, Nobody,...were not really good guys. They were basically self-interested bad guys. The creeping "nice-ness" in their movies was the death of fun. I appreciate that Terence wants to make family oriented fare. But no sex, no violence, nothing frightening for children equals nothing interesting. Who wants to see a nice guy doing nothing very interesting? It doesn't work.

Reviewed by junk_78 1 / 10 / 10

2nd rate buddy-cop movie

This movie is not nearly as bad as other reviewers here have made it out to be. First of all, this is nothing more than a second-rate 48 hrs / Lethal Weapon / Beverly Hills Cop imitation. While it is an Italian copy of these films, it does get several things right. There are plenty of explosions - big ones. The miniature work in the first car chase is amazing. In fact, I had to watch it again to confirm that models were indeed being used. While the dialogue is pretty corny, and the jokes fall flat more often than not, the story within about the villain who has invented a new explosive is good. While Haglers acting is completely wooden, I do like the chemistry between the two leads. It's certainly no Mel Gibson / Danny Glover combo, but again - this is a cheap Italian rip-off. Enjoy it for what it is. So, the first 55 minutes of this movie are completely bog-standard cop buddy action comedy. Then things get weird. I'll just say that one of the main characters of this movie dies, and then comes back via a dinosaur fighting computer game and becomes (I'm not making this up) The Invisible Avenger. When someone tells the Invisible Avenger that they love him, then he is visible to them. This is where the alternate title of this film, Virtual Weapon, comes into play. I wont reveal anything else, but it's honestly as if one person wrote the first half of this movie, and a hyperactive 8 year old wrote the second half. It's really bizarre, but ends on a happy note. Again, not the best movie - but it's completely watchable! Certainly not deserving of the terrible score it has at the moment. If you like goofy movies, or Italian attempts at American movies I think you'll like Cyberflic / Virtual Weapon.

Reviewed by stamper 1 / 10 / 10

No wonder they don't let Hill make movies anymore

The 70's really were the high-point for Terence Hill (as they were for Bud Spencer, who at least made some decent films without Hill I think) and this film is really his more than his downfall. This film was his ruin, because it is simply unbearable and after making such a bad movie he was rightly banned from making films. In the beginning there are a few good one-liners and good action, but towards the end of the film, the story gets so ridiculous that you loose interest and just want to turn it off. I can't believe they actually made this film and what's even worse, I spend time watching it. If you like S&M I can recommend this to you, otherwise stay as far away from this mess as you possibly can. 1 out of 10

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