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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… Runtime: 95 min Release Date: 26 Dec 1992
Pyun's Stylistic Semi-Classic of the Crap Genre (by nutsy)
I first saw NEMESIS on late night TV when I was about 15. The first time I saw it I thought it was exciting if a bit confusing. It was a lot better than most other movies they showed at that time of night. On subsequent viewings the plot became very clear and it was the action that got less appealing. Strictly speaking, NEMESIS is not a good movie. It is however, a kind of crap genre classic that had an influence on some mainstream film.Alex Oliver Grunner is an LA cop in the future where "it pays to be more than human". He fights terrorists who are all cyborgs. Alex gets hurt a <more>
lot, so he also he's also part machine. Rebecca Charles's weak script has most things explained by a narration. This explains Alex's motivations for leaving the police force after getting himself blown up and put back together again . He goes to Mexico with his dog and has another run-in with the terrorists. He gets hurt and put back together again. This time when he wakes up, he finds himself blackmailed into the service of a government official. He goes to an island in the South Pacific where nobody is what they seem and everyone carries a gun. Alex eventually learns of a coming war between the cyborgs and the humans. The rest is shooting and shifting loyalties.This film had a number of good ideas going into it. Some of the action sequences are exciting and memorable. At one point Alex is trapped in a hotel room and shoots a hole through the floor, falling and shooting through three stories. The sunglasses and trench-coat look most of the characters have is very MATRIX like. The hero has to deal with a bomb in his heart and the listening devices his bosses have planted in his body. Sadly the conclusion is weak, the would-be love interest is annoying, and the last half hour or so ditches substance entirely. The make-up effects are good. Some of the special effects are weak, but it's to be expected for a low budget flick like this. Grunner is fine as our hero.Albert Pyun has proved he can make better movies than this MEAN GUNS, THE SWORD AND THE SORCERER , so he isn't really to blame. A better script would have improved this immensely. A remake might be in order, with more money and better writers. NEMESIS really could have been something, although it isn't exactly nothing. For this crap genre, though, it scores fairly high.
A cop is for ever haunted and hunted over a Cyborg he kills. (by yeodawg)
This sexy, slick, sci-fi, shoot them-up, is a bit unpolished, but sure is fun to watch. Kick-boxer Olivier Gruner is so busy bucking them down he hardly has time to show some love round house kick style. The movie takes place in a post apocalyptic future wasteland, where having cybernetics implanted in you is as common as liposuction. O.G.plays an undercover L.A.P.D. cop who is sent to assassinate the leaderof a rebel group of Cyborgs, reported to want to control the remaininghumans. Once he shoots the leader the shooting doesn't stop and he's has a running gun battle with her fellow <more>
Cyborg rebels. He's mortally wounded and during recovery he has time to reflect on how much of him is human and how much of him is Cyborg. Being recruited by the rebels that say they're trying to save humans from rogue Cyborg officials. He's also asked to return to L.A.P.D. to fight the good fight against the rebels. Not knowing who's telling the truth he drops out. He goes mercenary and sells his skills on the black market to the highest bidder. This starts his downward spiral. The only way he can uncover which conspiracy is the truth, is to go back undercover for the L.A.P.D. Sexy: It starts off sexy with the opening scene being the hero and rebel leader amorously making out and disrobing each other, in a hotel hallway both planning on killing each other. Slick: Half this movie is Hooligans in 500 dollar Italian suits, loading and cocking tricked out machine guns. Shoot them up: Cyborg with belt fed 50 Caliber machine guns and mini-guns attached to their bodies that fire until lock back. This movie had more was made when Desert Eagles and H+K MP-5's were cheap. The scene in "Underworld" where Kate BECKINSDALE shoots through the floor to escape the Lykens was knocked off sampled, stolen from this movie. Unpolished: this movie was obviously written for a bigger budget. Pedestrian special effects don't do it justice. But this movie doesn't apologize for nothing. The movie poster says it all, he hero and a hot Cyborg chick holding tricked out MP-5's, enough said.
If you like people with big guns, more people with bigger guns, cyborgs, and don't mind the non stop action then this is a must. One of my all time favorite films.Its probably worth noting that if you don't like the above then you wont like this film, as the acting isint spot on, there's lots of bad language, and the special effects, although decent don't compare with the modern sci-fi that we see coming out today.If your a firm fan of 80's/90's sci-fi, then go for this one. Nemesis at the time for me was everything I wanted to see in a film, admittedly at the time I <more>
was only 17, however, it was everything one could of hoped for and more after looking at the video cover, reading the film description and seeing the stills from the film.
This movie kicks so much ass. It starts off with a bang and never lets up. The beginning is awesome, and even though Oliver Gruner is not a great actor, I don't see why he doesn't get some roles in some "A" flicks every now and then because he can be a bad-ass. Check it out or better yet buy it! ***1/2 out of *****
A bit smelly, but then again, a little bit good...... (by Mole-5)
Nemesis is a fairly exciting sci-fi movie, let down by the fact that it didn't have too good a budget, and the film is too short. The ending is fairly reminiscent of another underrated sci-fi flick, The Arrival starring Charlie Sheen. Get it NOW . This could be because the Nemesis franchise was stretched to five films, but Nebula number 2 doesn't really continue this story, more this world. The film features some impressive action sequences, especially the start of the film which is similar to Desperado with Antonio Mr dodgy assassin Banderas
Gratuitous Man-Ass and Retarded Plot (by Graboids)
Who are these idiots who liked the plot? It made no sense and must have been written as they were filming the scenes using whatever props they found in dumpsters.The dialogue is as bad as it gets and in case you missed it: THIS MOVIE IS LOADED WITH MAN-ASS CAMERA SHOTS!!!This movie is a definite must see, it has lots of huge guns built out of garden equipment. We give it a 9 out of 10.
Slick, Sexy and Fun Sci-F/Action (by Nick_Dets)
Celebrate Oliver Gruner's heyday by watching the B-movie masterpiece "Nemesis". It's really pretty good. Gruner may be the poor man's Peter Weller, but he plays his 85% android character with an effective stone face and only shreds of humanity. Tight direction and good special effects also keep it fast moving and fun.Gruner plays Alex, an undercover cop/cyborg hunter. He becomes involved in a dangerous and at times confusing plot that sends him fleeing through an industrial wasteland in search for answers. I was tickled pink by a story that doesn't count on cheesy, <more>
cop-out twists to maintain its excitement, but simultaneously delivers the goods of a sci-fi and action movie. It lovingly references the movies it takes from, also- which include "Terminator", "Robocop", and "Blade Runner" which keep it on the respectable side of generic. Director Albert Pyun creates a slick neo-noir atmosphere which extenuates the story.And the action scenes. Oh, the action scenes. Hit and miss Pyun is in top form- using high-tech, but refreshingly not over the top, weaponry and beautiful urban sets. The shoot-outs are imaginative and never redundant or trite. Don't miss the apartment shoot-'em-up where Gruner shoots at the floor spiraling as to create a hole for him to drop down, which he continues to do for two more floors. As if this wasn't cool enough, Pyun uses a Raimi-esquire shot that stays on Gruner's head as he drops through the building. Yes, 10 years later "Underworld" implemented this idea in a more popular film, but I hardly think it did so in better form. There are great stunts, focused direction and good acting to keep it unrelentingly fun."Nemesis" does need work, don't get me wrong. As Pyun demonstrated in his 1997 disaster "Mean Guns", he has a hard time tapping into his characters and material which makes things seem distant, confusing and at times impenetrable. He has a difficulty capturing transitions adequately, which obscures some of the action scenes.Most in the audience will be pleased by the film's unlimited sex appeal. The movie creates a fascinatingly erotic connection between the near future and wangled, unrestrained sexuality. Deboarah Shelton is endlessly sexy and gives the movie a raw energy that almost compensates for its distant connection to the material.I loved "Nemesis". It has a wonderfully distributed blend of science fiction and action. While there may be a brick wall between the audience and any hope of an emotional connection, it is sexy and fun enough to remain a great time.
It overachieves to the end. (by David_Powell3006-1)
Oh, man. This one definitely gets me into the way back machine. It was about ten years ago and I was in college. Being a SF fan, I was told by a bud and SF mega-geek Hey, Reuben about this movie. So we either popped it into the VCR or saw it on cable. I think it was the VCR - and boom. Nemesis is set in a near future where humanity and machine have begun to merge. Some add on machine parts to make them stronger, faster, or capable of carrying data. And some machines have taken on human appearance, and become human-like androids - cyborgs - further blurring the line between human and <more>
machine. Olivier Gruner is Rain, an enhanced cop, watching out for all kinds of new generation criminals, and using his enhancements to try to stay ahead - or at least on par - with the shifting enemies. But then of course he stumbles on something even more sinister than the usual, and it's look out. There are mega over the top gunfights, done in more wild detail because of the low budget, and very little computer generated effects. Except one scene that others have noted. Most of it is squibs, sparks and good old fashioned stunt work. Once this one kicks in it ABSOLUTELY DOES NOT let up. Ever. This is one smaller-budget production where the acting, directing, script and frenetic pace combine to make a movie more entertaining and thought provoking that many mega budget SF pics. On top of the action, the script and atmosphere so perfectly evoke a dark, flawed future that other filmmakers should take note. The guy who said it evoked William Gibson's type of dark cyberpunk future was right on the money. It was darn close and had great twists and setting. One reason I took to it was that at the time I was something of a gamer - mostly the Shadowrun series of dark, cyberpunk future. This might have biased me a bit, but I believe that it increased my appreciation of the movie instead. People who dig the newer cyberpunk stuff should check this one out. It does more convincing stuff with less budget and without any obviously fakey CGI. There is one stop motion shot some have complained about, but at least no one flies around like superman or gets digitally reproduced 1000 times From the over the top shootouts to good acting by SF legend Tim Thomerson, the ultra cool Merle Kennedy, Deborah Shelton, Gruner himself with an ultra cool smooth delivery and a cast that absolutely fits perfectly into their roles and their interactions with each other. This is a movie which achieves a sum greater than the parts, and overachieves from start to finish. People have argued about the later part, but believe me the ending is so cool character wise, that makes up for any other worries. Just a non stop awesome movie that creates atmosphere, features white knuckle action sequences, and creates characters that are believable, bad ass and also people that you end up caring about. If you are a SF buff or even a good movie buff, check it out and you'll be surprised by how well this one hits on all cylinders. Oh, and if you are a cyberpunk fan and dig that stuff, prepare for an awesome depiction of an atmosphere that many other films and other works have tried and failed to capture. Two thumbs way up for this movie, which combines action and character with great settings, overachieves from the get go, and endures as one hell of a fun movie!
I saw NEMESIS back in the mid 90's where it probably looked a lot better but the age factor with this film isn't really the issue, if you watch it today the effects will obviously be dated but the main thing that still stands out about this film after all these years, is that its very energetic, you never once get bored of watching it because despite the fact that this is now an old film, its still one of the most entertaining rides I've ever been on, the pace keeps the film moving and the direction by on and off director Albert Pyun is well handled.The acting by the cast is <more>
better than you'd expect from a film of 90's low budget standards, Olivier Gruner certainly gives one of his better performances in this film and it features a good performance from the late Brion James.Overall, NEMESIS is one of my old favorites from way back, now its part of my DVD collection and its as good as it was the first time I saw it.Also this is the kind of film Albert Pyun directs on one of his on days, if you want to know what he does on his off days, check out the NEMESIS sequels and that URBAN MENACE junk, not to mention the MAX HAVOC series