TC 2000 (1993) – Review

1 1/2 Stars

In a future where the streets are controlled by violent gangs, civilized folks have moved underground and are protected by a fascist police force known as ‘The Trackers’. TC 2000 is the kind of early 1990s relic that features cheap set design, over-dramtaic lighting, bad fight choreography and outlandish wardrobe choices. In fact the futuristic headsets equipped with camera and microphone that every officer wears is nothing more than a standard Century brand kickboxing headgear. It would be humorous if the whole thing weren’t so derivative and depressing. This is a film that trots out the likes of Bolo Yeung and Matthias Hues yet would rather focus on Billy Blanks and the far less charismatic Jalal Merhi.