Thanlis’s review published on Letterboxd:
The CGI has wrapped all the way around to being starkly interesting again, and I appreciate Mœbius' design work more now than I did back in the day. The plot is just a thin excuse for action sequences, and stuffing all the good action in the middle means the ending kind of limped. But man, that final conflict is still good nightmare fuel. There are skulls!
I am not convinced that, even in 1982, you could topple a corporate empire by waving a dot matrix printout around.
Boofest 2023: connected to Burn Out by motorcycles.