Cyborg Soundtrack (

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Rating: 5.10/10 from 34000 votes
Tags: wasteland, year 2019
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Gibson Rickenbacker is a hired fighter living in a plague-ravaged apocalyptic America where a plague has infested most of the United States and the rest of the world. In New York City, Gibson encounters a woman named Pearl Prophet. Pearl reveals to Gibson that she is a cyborg who is carrying vital-information for a group of scientists in Atlanta who are working on a cure to the plague and Pearl hires Gibson to escort her back to Atlanta. But Pearl is kidnapped by "Pirates" a murderous gang led by Fender Tremolo, who wants the cure for themselves and they decide to take Pearl to Atlanta themselves. Gibson, joined by a young woman named Nady Simmons, goes in pursuit of Fender and his gang, as Gibson sets out to rescue Pearl, stop Fender and his gang from reaching Atlanta and defeat Fender who slaughtered Gibson's family.

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Lisa Evans

The use of electronic and industrial music in the soundtrack perfectly complements the cyberpunk aesthetic of the film, creating a sense of tension and urgency that keeps the audience engaged throughout the movie.

Margaret Johnson

The soundtrack of Cyborg perfectly captures the post-apocalyptic atmosphere of the movie, with its dark and intense tones that enhance the sense of urgency and danger in the story.

Charles Miller

The soundtrack of Cyborg missed the opportunity to create a memorable and impactful musical theme that could have enriched the overall experience of the film. The lack of a cohesive and engaging musical motif left the movie feeling disjointed and lacking a sense of cohesion, ultimately detracting from the viewing experience.

James Phillips

The soundtrack of Cyborg effectively captures the intense and dystopian atmosphere of the movie. Each track immerses the listener in the post-apocalyptic world of plague-infested America, enhancing the storytelling and action sequences.

Paul King

The musical score of Cyborg often felt out of place and disconnected from the action on screen. Instead of enhancing the suspense and drama of the scenes, the soundtrack seemed to distract from the storytelling, making it difficult to fully immerse myself in the characters' journey.

Nancy Walker

The musical score also does a fantastic job of highlighting the emotional moments in the film, adding depth and complexity to the characters and their relationships. The soundtrack truly elevates the overall viewing experience of Cyborg and is a standout aspect of the movie.

Donna Taylor

The musical score of Cyborg effectively conveys the sense of urgency and danger present throughout the movie, keeping the audience engaged and on the edge of their seats.

Joseph White

The use of synthesizers and electronic beats in the soundtrack adds a futuristic and gritty feel to the film, enhancing the overall mood of the scenes.

Joseph Hall

The soundtrack's incorporation of industrial and rock elements complements the action-packed sequences of the film, creating a dynamic and immersive listening experience.

Edward Robinson

The music in Cyborg effectively sets the mood for each scene, whether it's a high-octane action sequence or a poignant moment of reflection, creating a dynamic listening experience that enhances the overall viewing experience of the film.

Thomas Miller

The soundtrack of Cyborg perfectly captures the post-apocalyptic atmosphere of the movie with its dark and intense electronic music.

Betty Smith

The soundtrack of Cyborg failed to capture the intensity and emotion of the apocalyptic setting. The music felt generic and uninspired, lacking the depth needed to enhance the storyline of a post-apocalyptic world filled with danger and desperation.