Release Dates: 05 Mar 1992 (Singapore), 06 Mar 1992 (United States)
Tagline: God made him simple. Science made him a god
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Did you know? When Dr. Angelo stimulates Jobe's brain using virtual reality, the symbols that fly at Jobe, at close inspection, are Kabbalistic mystical symbols with ancient Hebrew writing around them Read More
Miscellaneous At the start of the film text appears explaining virtual reality; one of the very first words printed is 'Millenium' which should have been spelled 'Millennium'
Continuity As Dr. Angelo is telling Caroline that she doesn't understand what he is going through, he rubs his eyes with his empty left hand in close-up
The first scene shot was one of the meetings between Pierce Brosnan's character and government executives
A remote-controlled lawnmower was specifically built for the movie
When Dr. Angelo stimulates Jobe's brain using virtual reality, the symbols that fly at Jobe, at close inspection, are Kabbalistic mystical symbols with ancient Hebrew writing around them
The eight minutes of computer generated special effects for the movie took seven people around eight months to complete on a budget of $500,000
New Line Cinema released The Lawnmower Man in the year 1992, and the producers had a script called Cyber God, where they combined the two, using Stephen King's original title, King was furious at this abuse of his name and he sued the studio to have his name and title removed from the film and promotion
Early versions of the film claimed that they were related to a Stephen King work
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