GenreAction, Sci-Fi, Thriller Film seriesNemesis Film Series LanguageEnglish
WriterRebecca Charles, Albert Pyun Release dateJuly 21, 1995 (Japan)
September 26, 1995 (USA) CastSue Price (Alex), Chad Stahelski (Nebula), Tina Cote (Emily), Earl White (Po / Juna), Jahi J.J. Zuri (Zumi / Rebel #2), Karen Studer (Zana) Similar moviesMad Max: Fury Road, Terminator Genisys, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1, Terminator Salvation, The Maze Runner, Insurgent
TaglineThe Future Just Got Darker
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Nemesis 2: Nebula, also known as Nemesis 2, is a 1995 science fiction film by director Albert Pyun, who also directed the film Cyborg. It is the sequel to Nemesis and was followed in 1996 by Nemesis 3: Prey Harder. The film was shot in Globe, Arizona, along with Nemesis 2 and 3. A compilation version exists which combined the 4 Nemesis films (includes Nemesis 4) into one 100 minute version that Scanbox was going to release before the company went bankrupt in 2000. This version was released only in Eastern Europe in 2003, primarily in Poland.
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73 years after Alex failed, humans have lost the Cyborg Wars and they are now slaves to the cyborg masters. Rebel scientists have developed a new DNA strain, which could signal the end of the cyborgs, and it is injected it into a pregnant volunteer.
When the cyborgs learn of the woman and her baby, both are listed for termination. To escape, she steals a cyborg ship and is transported back in time to East Africa in 1980, where the mother is killed, but the baby is saved. It takes 20 years, but a cyborg bounty hunter named Nebula eventually locates the young woman, named Alex, and travels back in time to terminate her.
Sue Price as Alex
Chad Stahelski as Nebula
Tina Cote as Emily
Earl White as Po / Juna
Jahi J.J. Zuri as Zumi / Rebel #2
Karen Studer as Zana
Sharon Bruneau as Lock
Debbie Muggli as Ditko
Zachary Studer as Young Alex
Dave Fisher as Oslo
As of 2017, the film holds a 4.7 out of 10 star rating on IMDb. One reviewer noted that the film appeared to have been an unrelated film involving aliens that was repurposed as a Nemesis sequel and was critical of Price's performance, weak storyline and minimal relation to the original film, a theme that he later brought up in his review of the sequel.