Paul is a new kid in town with a robot named "BB". He befriends Samantha and the three of them have a lot of good times together. That is, until Samantha's abusive father throws her down some stairs and kills her. In an effort to save her life, Paul implants BB's computer brain into Samantha's human brain. Written by
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She can't live without you.
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Did You Know?
What has probably became the most confusing and hated scene of the movie since it's release, the ending where Samantha turns into robot was indeed considered to be very bad idea for ending by people involved in filming, but reason why it was included is because it was idea of Mark Tappin, who was the head of studio at the time. In an interview for Fangoria in 1990, screenwriter Bruce Joel Rubin said this about forced ending and why it stayed in movie; "You don't tell the president of Warner Bros. that his idea stinks!" Rubin also said how, at least at that time, people were still blaming him for ending where Samantha turns into robot, even though Tappin is the one who came up with it. He also mentioned that despite the fact that studio destroyed the love story of the movie which he and Craven liked, he still enjoyed working with Wes, confirming that he wasn't the one who wanted to change the movie and that he should not be blamed for what happened to it. Rubin even said that the production of the movie was one of the happiest experiences he ever had. See more
When Samantha lifts the bully up, you can very faintly see the wires holding him up. See more
[last lines; Sam emerges into an evil version of BB and chokes Paul to his death
[evil, whispering voice
Paul. Come with me, Paul.
NOOOOOOOO - !
[snaps Paul's neck