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AuntBeast's avatar


Awesomely awful.
11 years 5 months ago
Prof. Lumpcicle's avatar

Prof. Lumpcicle

Psssshh, you guys are just a couple of squids.
12 years 5 months ago
the3rdman's avatar


Solid, campy, fun sci-fi noir. Will restore faith in b-movies when damaged by crap like Cyborg and Krull.
12 years 2 months ago
Buksemannen's avatar


Should have listened to monty and Kasparius!!!!!!
8 years 6 months ago
monty's avatar


Pure trash
14 years ago
Torgo's avatar


B-sci-fi thriller stuck between the dimensions: too cheap as a Blade Runner/Terminator rip-off for the serious cinephiles™, too ambitious to be just laughed at like many of the MST3K movies.
For us camp enjoyers, it's perfect.
2 years 2 months ago
-1flb2-'s avatar


B movie. It was nice to see cute Helen Hunt at 22. She was the best part of the movie. Who knew there was a Trancers II and III. I'll stop at I.
8 years 4 months ago
Matt Addis's avatar

Matt Addis

Plot holes you can drive a mack truck through not to mention a protagonist with a name so ridiculous even the movie can’t take it seriously. Still there’s something about this cheesy 80s scifi/action flic that’s weirdly endearing and entertaining
11 months 2 weeks ago
Siskoid's avatar


Trancers was fun enough that I want to see its 5.5 sequels even if I expect quality to drop off very quickly. I've certainly seen worse Terminator rip-offs! As an Empire/Full Moon production (didn't Tim Thomerson also play Dollman for them? I had a comic adaptation), it is cheaply made, but doesn't take itself too seriously, so it's easy to forgive the flaws. Jack Deth is a cop on the edge in the best action movie tradition forced to Quantum Leap 300 years back to our time in his ancestor's body to stop an equally leaping villain who has the ability to turn people into hypnotized zombies who heat up and disintegrate after they're killed before he kills the ancestors of all his rivals in the future. Helen Hunt, early in her career, is his pretty rocking Gal Friday, and a nice surprise. And it's a Christmas movie too. A lot of B-movie charm, propped up by fun comedy bits (Deth never really getting to sleep with Leena, the way one of a baseball player figures into it, the other future cop's leap) and also attention to detail (Lost Angeles, stuff like that). And by changing the time-threatening robots to something else, it avoids a lot of the pitfalls of "rip-offs".
5 years 1 month ago
senorroboto's avatar


Simultaneously self-aware yet straight-faced, this is a campy good time that feels equal parts Escape from L.A., Scanners, Blade Runner, and Twelve Monkeys.
9 years 9 months ago
marienbad's avatar


I think it was shot DV...
12 years 5 months ago
Leonard1168's avatar


(removed by mod: please post in English)
8 years 3 months ago
Kasparius's avatar


As if the movie wasn't bad enough, Helen Hunt is in it, as well as an annoying brat kid who appears later in the film.
13 years 8 months ago
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