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Still Not Quite Human (1992)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Family, Sci-Fi | TV Movie 31 May 1992
In the final film of the series, Chip and his "father" attend a robotics convention. Here, Dr. Carson is kidnapped and replaced with an android. Can Chip and his newfound friends save Dr. ... See full summary »

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Dr. Frederick Berrigon
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Chip
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In the final film of the series, Chip and his "father" attend a robotics convention. Here, Dr. Carson is kidnapped and replaced with an android. Can Chip and his newfound friends save Dr. Carson from a dangerous competitor? Written by B.H. Yasuda <b_yasuda@hotmail.com>

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Not Quite Human III  »

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The third and final installment of Not Quite Human trilogy. See more »

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Bonus: Those men are pointing explosive projectiles at us.
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the golden mediocre years of the Disney Channel
28 June 2005 | by See all my reviews

"Still Not Quite Human" is a film I haven't seen since I was... what? Eight? Seven? I forget. Anyway, it's been more than a decade since I've seen it, but I still have quite fond memories of it.

For the young, this film will be energetic, suspenseful, and funny. Not to mention charming. I have a very, VERY strong feeling that now, as a young adult, this film would just be incredibly awful. If I remember correctly, a lot of half baked plot clichés are thrown about, and the interaction between Alan and Underwood (whom I had a huge crush on as a young child) is probably cheesier than almost anything.

But I haven't seen it in awhile. I remember that it involves doubles/clones of the two characters and perhaps the government pursuing them. Alan Thicke's clone was slightly dim witted, and it was kind of funny. Heh, thinking about it now even makes me smile.

Anyway, there's a reason less than a hundred people voted for this film. It's probably not very good. But, alas, it was a great film for me as a kid. If you have a child with an open mind to movies, try to find a VHS copy of this film.


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