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Iron Thunder (1998)

| Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
Danger faces unsuspecting tourists in Las Vegas as Colonel Nelson, who goes mad when he is accidentally electrocuted by the very super secret U.S. military tank he is testing, Iron Thunder.... See full summary »

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Jay Woelfel

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Jay Woelfel
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Credited cast:
Richard Hatch ... Nelson
Susannah Devereux ... Albright
Don Hughes Don Hughes ... Robinson
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Dyrk Ashton ... Matthew
Christopher Cho ... Hess (as Christopher Grey)
Hunter Cressall ... Thomas
Elaine Dickstein Elaine Dickstein ... Mary
Christopher Farrell ... Luke
Lisa Fugate Lisa Fugate ... Helicopter Pilot
Jere Jon Jere Jon ... Technician
C. Courtney Joyner ... Mark
Richey Korkis Richey Korkis ... Kid #1
T. Bruce Page T. Bruce Page ... Dr. Walker
Johnny 'J.P.' Parker Johnny 'J.P.' Parker ... Kid #2
Frank Ruotolo Frank Ruotolo ... Ashton
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Danger faces unsuspecting tourists in Las Vegas as Colonel Nelson, who goes mad when he is accidentally electrocuted by the very super secret U.S. military tank he is testing, Iron Thunder. He now believes he is in the middle of an actual war and the city of glittering lights is his target. In a desperate attempt to stop him from using the state of the art offensive and defensive technology on board, the head of the Iron Thunder project sends out a Special Forces team, headed by woman who has to deal with a crew that has its own ulterior agendas. Following Nelson's trail of destruction across the desert, they face off in a spectacular battle and force Nelson out of his tank. The battle continues on foot into the ruined Ghost towns of times gone by. Nelson is in his element, matching wits and weapons with the less experienced soldiers. Iron Thunder is about military technology gone wild and the price humans must pay to survive in the 21st century. Written by Harmony Gold

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Where man and metal converge.


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USA

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English

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Man-tank mindmeld weapon errantly races toward Las Vegas!
1 January 2001 | by jack_94706See all my reviews

A low-budget film, but packing lots of bang per buck. Hatch proves he can be more than the teenie-bop hero of Galatica era. The woman has a strong role; there's some lively dialog, some humor; and good hand-to-hand action -- not just a tank blowing everything up, not just "collateral damage." Somewhat like the Roy Scheider film with the helicopter as to human-machine interface (as to the opening concept), but developed more along the lines of a Cronenberg/Philip K. Dick what-sort-of-mutants-are-we-making-of-ourselves? type message.


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