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I remember watching a SYFY film which had a scene where two aliens or androids (a man and a woman) with super strength were in some kind of large laboratory.

The woman alien was attacking a man after doing cart wheels / flips then punching or kicking him.

Any information would grateful.

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Cartwheels and flips makes me think of Daryl Hannah in "Blade Runner": – Will Feldman May 16 '14 at 21:43
@WillFeldman I agree, but Blade Runner is a "real" Sci-Fi film, not a [expletive deleted] SyFy movie. – Meat Trademark May 16 '14 at 22:31
@MeatTrademark well it might have been aired on SyFy? – System Down May 16 '14 at 23:03
Yes I think it was Blade Runner. Thank you – Glen Green May 16 '14 at 23:37
Glen, in this case, if you are sure it was Blade Runner. Add an answer, since there isn't one. And mark your own answer as accepted. In your other question (the one I answered) mark MY answer as accepted. You ARE allowed to answer your own question, as long as someone else hasn't already correctly answered it. – CGCampbell May 17 '14 at 0:08
up vote 1 down vote accepted

I think you're talking about 'Blade Runner'.

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Your right thank you – Glen Green May 18 '14 at 10:32

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