Inspector Gadget

Inspector Gadget
Inspector Gadget




75 minutes


Action and Adventure, Comedy



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John Brown, an incompetent security guard for a robotics firm, dreams of becoming a real cop. After the villainous Sanford Scolex breaks into the firm's lab to steal its secrets, John gives chase and, injured in a resulting car crash, is rebuilt as Inspector Gadget - half man, half machine and bristling with all manner of ingenious crime-fighting attachments. Soon he's tussling again with his nemesis Scolex - also known as the Claw. Darker than the cartoon on which it was based, Matthew Broderick plays the straight-ahead Gadget but you may decide that Rupert Everett is the real star as the dastardly Claw.

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This film has a couple of uses of mild bad language

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