Cherry 2000 (1987)

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When successful businessman Sam Treadwell finds that his android wife, Cherry model 2000 has blown a fuse, he hires sexy renegade tracker E. Johnson to find her exact duplicate. But as their journey to replace his perfect mate leads them into the treacherous and lawless region of 'The Zone', Treadwell learns the hard way that the perfect woman is made not of computer chips and diodes.

"Cherry 2000" is a post-apocalyptic action-adventure film directed by Steve De Jarnatt, produced by Edward R. Pressman and Caldecot Chubb, and released in 1987. The film is embeded in the consequences of a social collapse in the late 21st century. The plot revolves around an entrepreneur named Sam Treadwell (David Andrews) whose buddy, a Cherry 2000 model android (Pamela Gidley), short-circuits, requiring him to start a journey in search of a replacement.

The movie occurs in a dystopian future where human relationships have actually mainly been replaced by interactions with individual androids. Sam Treadwell, an effective business owner, discovers convenience and companionship in his domestic Cherry 2000 android. Nevertheless, after a mishap causes her to breakdown, he is left alone and heartbroken.

Identified to change her, Treadwell employs E. Johnson (Melanie Griffith), a skilled and difficult tracker, to direct him through a hazardous wasteland called the "Zone 7", where they require to go to get a similar Cherry 2000 model. On their journey, they deal with a series of dangers, consisting of facing off with danger-loving hooligan Lester (Tim Thomerson) and his gang.

Character Development
Throughout the motion picture, Treadwell establishes a growing gratitude for his human guide, E. Johnson, as she shows qualities of bravery, durability, and resourcefulness, which his android does not have. This experience makes Treadwell question his reliance on androids for companionship and realize the worth of real human connection.

Towards completion, Treadwell and Johnson locate another Cherry 2000 model. Nevertheless, Treadwell undergoes a change of heart. Rather of changing his broken android, he picks to be with Johnson, choosing human companionship over a synthetic relationship. Completion reflects an unanticipated twist where Treadwell drops the Cherry 2000 model he as soon as sought into the heart of the wasteland, marking his finished transformation.

Styles and Reception
"Cherry 2000" comes up with styles of consumerism, emotional sterility, and the devaluing of authentic human relationships. It illustrates a plain contrast in between genuine and artificial life, exploring the dangers of over-reliance on technology for psychological comfort. The movie received combined evaluations upon release but has considering that gained a cult following for its imaginative storytelling, unique setting, and expedition of a future where synthetic beings could potentially change authentic human interaction.

In conclusion, "Cherry 2000" uses a dystopian setting and a mentally invested protagonist to weave a tale that investigates the complex relationship between mankind and technology. It presented prompt questions about making use of expert system, especially in intimate relationships, and whether these could ever really replace real human emotion and connection.

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