We have: "Seventy-one dead bodies. Three brawls. Exploding sky bus.
Two exploding bad guys. Exploding cop car.
Virtual Assassin ★★ Cyberjack 1995 (R)
Exploding cop. Exploding elevator. Belly-dancing hologram. Eurasian Patent Organization. European Patent Office.
Virtual Assassin / Cyberjack
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Publication Date. Now it's time to go all John McClane on their asses. So many plot elements are recycled from "Die Hard" that one will fill an head-ache inducing sense of deja vu waving over them. Crawling through ductwork: check.
Killing guy to get machine gun: check. Hero clashing with police outside: check. Aside from the "Die Hard" elements the high tech futuristic portion of the plot is also completely ridiculous. Our head villain wants a computer virus injected into his body in order for him to go viral. Seriously, are we ripping off "The Lawnmower Man" also?
Hell, I will admit the plot is more intriguing than "Lawnmower Man 2".