12 Underrated Cyberpunk Films You Should See #cyberpunk
This episode of Marvelous Videos runs through 12 films in the cyberpunk genre (or close enough) that are underrated and that may have escaped your notice. Not all of them are great, but all of them are worth your time, as least as far as this aging cyborg is concerned.
Going through this list, I was really struck by the caliber of the actors involved. William Hurt, Ralph Fiennes, Angela Bassett, Juliette Lewis, Christian Bale, Johnathan Price, Robert De Nero, Jennifer Lopez, and many others.
I have seen most of these films, but there are a few I haven’t (The Cell) and at least one I’d been meaning to see but had forgotten about (Avalon).
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