The Vindicator  - Alex
Director: Jean-Claude Lord
Starring: David McIlwraith Stephen Mendel Pam Grier Richard Cox
Sometimes a movie comes alone and is a blantant rip-off of another popular movie at the time, but still holds up pretty well. Vindicator is a combinatinon of Robocop and Spawn, but tells a decent story in the mean time, so you can't fault it all that much.
It starts out with a chimp in a cage being experimented upon with RAGE. If the movie wasn't as old, I'd say it took pieces from 28 Days Later, but wrong genre anyway. Defense mechanisms and motor control is managed through a computer program, and the lead technician wants to see how far it can go. The program response to being touched and causes the subject to violently attack. Without regard to safety, he watches the chimp fly into a frenzy until it passes out. Now it's ready for human testing, however they can't officially try it.
Enter the faithful partner. He knows something's up, but is the one member of the team who has been kept in the dark about the operation's true intent. After threatening to leave, he heads one last test. Unfortunately this test was rigged to trap him in, and kill him to death. After the funeral, choice remains were kept behind and placed into a suit programmed with RAGE. While the head of the corporation is full into the plan, the co-workers seem a bit too willing to go along with it.
Now that he's freshly resurrected, he gained a second lease on life, but can't touch anyone or else he'll end up killing them. That makes it slightly tricky to reunite with his wife, in addition to the metal exoskeleton thing of course. Then to make matters worse, Pam Grier is hired to kill off anyone who gets in the way with the project, and ultimately take out the Vindicator. Personally, that's stacking the odds pretty far against his favor, but he is the protagonist in this movie so you can figure out how that will go.
It's a pretty good 80's action movie, so you get a few fight scenes, some explosions and plenty of cheesy dialogue.