Tag: Mark L. Lester

March 21, 2014 / / Main Slate

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It’s the future (the film was made in 1990); the gangs are violent, the schools unsafe. The answer: robots. This may not be the succinct tagline that adorns the theatrical one-sheet for Mark L. Lester’s CLASS OF 1999—that would be the much more ambiguous “The ultimate teaching machine…out of control”—but it’s about all you need to make an educated (sorry) decision on whether or not you want to spend ninety-nine minutes of your life watching Lester’s pseudo-sequel to his seminal punks-on-film opus, CLASS OF 1984.