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Rated TV-MA for bloody violence, profanity, attempted sexual assault, homophobic slurs, and lots of Carradines.
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Project Eliminator is a David Carradine movie that features a flying robotic weapon, but somehow isn’t part of the Future Force series? We’re as confused as you are. And David’s not the only Carradine involved in this one; the credits are jam-packed with Carradines. A Carradine feast for the senses!
It starts how most action movies about the fate of the world do: with a twelve-minute sequence of a drifter trying to shave in an abandoned building next to a gas station. A lot of people get hurt along the way, some even die, but he does eventually manage to shave. From there he gets picked up by his old pal David Carradine, a warm presence with fun catch phrases like “I’m a piece of s***!”
You don’t want to miss the scene where David sits down at a restaurant piano and starts singing. Even more so, you don’t want to miss the scene where David… well, we won’t give it away, but… wow.
Oh, and there’s also a whole plot about international terrorism and weapons or whatever. But let’s be real, it’s all about Carradine and his friendship with a buff, long-haired oddball.
Project Eliminator. What’s being eliminated and whose project is it? Join Mike, Kevin and Bill as they try to figure it out!
Written by: Mike Nelson, Conor Lastowka, and Sean Thomason
Contributing writers: Jason Miller and Zach Shatzer
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