When Rex, a good-natured Golden Retriever, is given bionic super powers by an eccentric scientist, he becomes the target of an evil genius determined to possess the new technology at any cost.

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Temple
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Max
Pedro Salvín ...
Rubio
Khafre Armatrading ...
Kyle (as Kafre Armatrading)
Bryon Bully ...
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Ian Bradley-Perrin ...
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Maureen Kirkpatrick ...
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When Rex, a good-natured Golden Retriever, is given bionic super powers by an eccentric scientist, he becomes the target of an evil genius determined to possess the new technology at any cost.

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Part Dog. Part Machine. All Best Friend.

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Comedy | Family | Sci-Fi

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Rated PG for action/peril, some mild sensuality, language and thematic elements | See all certifications »
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26 May 2003 (USA)  »

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Il mio amico bionico  »

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The scene with Rex crossing a concrete bridge with a railway trestle in the background should be familiar to many fans of the Canadian rock group The Stampeders, as the bridge is where they posed for their "Carryin' On" 1971 album cover. Exact location is unknown. See more »

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When Alex explains to Erica how Rex is going to catch the ball in the lab, he estimates the time, from when he hits the ball to when Rex catches it, is "5.2 seconds." It then takes almost twice that long for the experiment to take place. See more »

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Referenced in Leisure Suit Larry: Magna Cum Laude (2004) See more »

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Forgettable slo-mo hijinks
11 September 2004 | by (Rustington, near Brighton, UK) – See all my reviews

Catching Cybermutt on TV in a drunken haze turned out to be quite rewarding, as it's one of the most unintentionally hilarious films we've ever seen. With a dog seemingly trapped in overused slow-motion effects, every cliché in the book (dog hero, conveyor belt slowly sending a boy to the blades and of course, the hot mum) and acting so bad there are no known adjectives to describe. They blow the budget on cheap effects so the viewer can really sympathies with the lovable computerised canine.

Contrary to everything we've been saying, we loved it. Rummage around in the bargain bin in every store in every town, somewhere. You'll find it and maybe you'll start seeing things through Cybermutt's cheap, sub-Terminator eyes.

Dan and Mike.


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