As an action film, Cyberjack is singularly routine. Everything comes written to cliché the burned-out cop improbably working as a janitor in a building just as it is taken over by terrorists. The action lacks anything more spectacular in scale than a laser cannon blowing up a stationary car. (The one cool thing about the film is Topaz Hasfal-Schou in a striking strapless Amazonian suit who goes through the routine moves with a vicious litheness).
As action, Cyberjack is dull and unimaginatively staged but as science-fiction it verges on the near laughable. It is clearly written by people who know next to nothing about computers. First, there is the idea of an artificially intelligent computer virus: Please explain to us how you can make a virus think? someone not unreasonably asks early on. By merging it with neurological protoplasm, comes the preposterously straightfaced answer. By the climax, the film goes from the barely plausible an artificially-intelligent computer virus to the outrightly laughable with Brion James downloading the virus into his brain, becoming a megalomaniac, going crazy, shooting lightning bolts from his eyeballs and turning cops into zombies via their radio headpieces. Of course, the films pretensions are added to by Brion James in full OTT mode, made up as a goateed zombie and not taking a bit of it seriously, bawling out lines like [after someone accuses him of playing God]: After tonight, Godll be lucky if I even return his phone calls.
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