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- In 2017, Sam Treadwell lives in a society where romance, economics and technology have evolved into a state where relationships of all sorts are commodities. When he damages his animatronic wife, Cherry 2000, he hires E. Johnson (<a href=">Melanie Griffith), to guide him across a dangerous apocalyptic wasteland to an abandoned manufacturing warehouse where he hopes to find a duplicate model. Driving through the desert, they encounter Lester, the tyrannical overlord of the wasteland, before they manage to escape from him and his henchmen. Along their journey, Sam discovers that the perfect woman is real flesh and blood.
- In 2017, a successful businessman travels to the ends of the earth to find that the perfect woman is always under his nose. He hires a sexy renegade tracker to find an exact duplicate of his android wife.
- Oh dear! Just a year before his superior black comedy-thriller "Miracle Mile", director Steve De Jarnatt produced this awful sci/fi-adventure-comedy about a lonely LA suburbanite who's android lover melts down. Poor Sam Treadwell (David Andrews) decides he must locate a replica and enlists the services of one E. Johnson (Melanie Griffith), a hardened "tracker" who 'never says no'.<br/><br/>Sounds terrible? Well it's not that Michael Almereyda's script is so unbelievable as it is bland. What is implausible though is the fact that De Jarnatt could have been the man behind the camera. Nineteen eighty-nine's "Miracle Mile" was everything that "Cherry" wasn't. A dark, razor sharp thriller with a cracking pace, top performances and some inspired editing. Certainly one of the best unsung thrillers of the eighties. In contrast, "Cherry 2000" is one of the worst.<br/><br/>The whole cast are more two dimensional than "Cherry" herself, and I'm sure this is one movie that Melanie Griffith would quickly like forgotten. The special effects are terrible and the art direction (John J. Moore) is a cheap imitation of infinitely better sci/fi flicks like "Mad Max" and "Bladerunner". And then there's the story by executive producer Lloyd Fonvielle, in which most of the comedy misfires, the thrills are a complete yawn and the blatant predictability means the conclusion is obvious before half way through.<br/><br/>Those video buffs among you will note that previews for "Cherry 2000" rarely appeared before the end credits of other features, and its plainly clear why!<br/><br/>Thursday, December 8, 1994 - T.V.
- Cherry 2000 is a nifty B movie that takes place in a not too distant future where some unexplained apocalypse has occurred and made items that were once plentiful scarce. Human relationships have broken down so much that every interaction has to be arranged by lawyers and hooking up at a bar involves a lengthy legal contract. It's no wonder then that our protagonist Sam prefers to stay at home with his sexbot, a vintage Cherry 2000 model who is essentially a traditional subservient housewife. Unfortunately, during a frothy romp in front of the dishwasher his Cherry malfunctions, leaving him no alternative but to hire a guide to take him to the dangerous zone to find a replacement model at the robot junkyard. This guide turns out to be a spunky, independent woman (played by Melanie Griffith!) and...you can probably guess the rest but that doesn't mean it isn't fun getting there. While it's true that several plot points wouldn't hold up under close scrutiny this is a B movie so that sort of adds to the charm. No real complaints here and it was interesting seeing Griffith in that role.
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