- Running Delilah is a 1993 American made-for-television science fiction thriller film directed by Richard Franklin and starring Kim Cattrall and Billy Zane.
May 05, 1995 · Running Delilah. PG-13 | 1h 37min | Crime, Sci-Fi, Thriller | TV Movie 5 May 1995. Top agent Delilah (Kim Cattrall) dies in a risky mission against weapon dealer Alec Kasharian (Yorgo Voyagis). But she's revived with high-tech medicine and artificial body parts.
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Running Delilah or Robospy is a cheesefest indeed. Billy Zane makes Kim Cattrall a cyborg after she dies and she then gets revenge on her murderers with robot powers. The acting is terrible, Cattrall is hilarious, especially when she awakes from her coma.
PG-13 1 hr 37 min Mar 22nd, 1994 Action, Science Fiction, Romance Top agent Delilah dies in a risky mission against weapon dealer Kercharian. But she's revived with high-tech medicine and...
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Una agente secreto con el careto de Kim Cattrall es acribillada y jodida viva durante una misión. El guaperas de Billy Zane (el malote de Titanic) la llevará...
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Top agent Delilah dies in a risky mission against weapon dealer Kercharian. But she's revived with high-tech medicine and artificial body parts. As invincible superwoman she returns and continues her fight against Kercherian, who's newest deal includes Plutonium from Russia. Synopsis for this movie has been provided by The Movie Database.
Directed by James Griffiths. With Michael McKean, Jessica Rothe, Nat Faxon, Casey Wilson. After a life-changing event, Delilah's (Rothe) first step toward putting her life back together is to introduce herself to a complete stranger who may or may not be her real father.