Class of 1999 (1990) 1080p YIFY Movie

Class of 1999 (1990) 1080p

Robot teachers have been secretly placed in the schools where the students have run riot. The teachers do a good job of controlling the unruly youngsters, until they go too far and some ...

IMDB: 5.810 Likes

  • Genre: Action | Horror
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.83G
  • Resolution: 1920x1040 / 23.976 (23976/1000) FPSfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 99
  • IMDB Rating: 5.8/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 0

The Synopsis for Class of 1999 (1990) 1080p

Robot teachers have been secretly placed in the schools where the students have run riot. The teachers do a good job of controlling the unruly youngsters, until they go too far and some students get suspicious.

The Director and Players for Class of 1999 (1990) 1080p

[Director]Mark L. Lester
[Role:]Malcolm McDowell
[Role:]Bradley Gregg
[Role:]Traci Lind

The Reviews for Class of 1999 (1990) 1080p

Violence? Have you ever seen the news on television?Reviewed byelyannaVote: 10/10

What can I say in my bad English? I love this film... Street gangs, guns, drugs, evil robot-teachers, a cute boy who falls in love with a nice girl... This evening I could see it again.

Okay, that's true: I'm a romantic girl, and I dreamed about Cody many times...

If you don't know this film, you have to watch it once. And if you'll don't like it, it's not my fault!!

A+ Under-rated film.Reviewed byxztrentxzVote: 10/10

Class of 1999 is a refreshing, original, and strangely compelling film. I felt that there is a genius in this film that is generally over-looked and under-appreciated by many people that come across it. The acting was incredible, from the main character to both the gang leaders within the film. I really, really recommend tracking down this film as I consider it a classic. Oh, and I thought the music for the film was fantastic, especially the closing song.

Reviewed bylost-in-limboVote: 6/10/10

It's the year 1999 and the violence in schools is virtually nowunstoppable with many gangs contributing to the war zone look. Tocontrol this problem in a Settle High school, a principal gets helpfrom the board of Government Educational defence and three disguisedandroids are sent there. They are no ordinary robots that are justthere to teach, but they have strong disciplinary actions to keep thesesavage students at bay. Although soon the punishment that theseandroids hand out becomes brutal and they decide to terminate the mainproblem by playing games on the students.

Director Mark L. Lester returns here to provide us with a sequel to hiscult classic "Class Of 84". This really isn't a direct sequel and it'snot up to scratch with the first. The original is basically farsuperior in every way. Though, that's not saying it's worthless,because it's not. Trashy, incredibly dumb and over-the-top, but itsurely was an entertaining B-grade Sci-fi. Even if the characters andplot seem to lose out to the violence and special effects. They areexecuted very well by fusing together plentiful action and chaos. Justlike the first it doesn't shy away from graphic violence, but therealistic and exploitive touch of the first is lost on this occasion.While, the special effects are very well conceived in this low-budgetproduction. The robot designs were crafted with great detail and skill.Another notable thing that makes this worth a peek is that of the cast.What a stellar line-up it does boast. You got Malcolm McDowell, StacyKeach, Pam Grier, John P. Ryan, Patrick Kilpatrick and Joshua Millarappearing. Now the big question is how did these names get involved inthe production? The characterizations are weak, but Grier, Ryan andKilpatrick spice it up as the hell bent androids and Keach gives adeviously cheesy performance as the cynical Dr. Bob Forrest, thecreator of these robots. The teenagers here are basically paper-thinand lack the menace. Bradley Gregg plays the hero, and that's a verywooden and unappealing one too.

The predictable premise is more concern about keeping the eyesentertained with explosions, gunfire and dazzling effects amongst anapocalyptic background. The satirical comments are there, but it justlacks the venom in the context and it doesn't have the hard ass poetryof the original. It takes a look into the future to see how the higherofficials would cope with this problem and it shows the hypocriticalreaction that now aggression is the best way to defeat this problem.Like others have mentioned it adds a pinch of "The Terminator","Westworld" and "The Warriors" to the story's set-up and viola - yougot "Class of 1999". The hammy dialog is bad and seems to be on punoverload; with something being mentioned every couple lines. StacyKeach is the one that drums out the campy dialog beautifully, though.The humour too is terribly off the rocker. The soundtrack sticks withthe punk scene and rock grunge, but it isn't so enforcing and catchy.Because of the budget it does have very grimy look that works in wellwith the flick. Director Lester constructed adequate suspense and pacesthe film rather smoothly, with enough neat flashes of gore in the mix.Overall, I was expecting something very weak, but hell this was onebone-rattling ride.

Maybe it's not as memorable, interactive and shocking as its greatpredecessor, but this kitsch sequel, which could possibly stand-alone.Hooks you right in because of the profound visuals and strong cast.

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