Special agent Robot Bastard is sent into space to rescue the President's daughter Catherine from the clutches of a sinister kidnapper, but it isn't as simple a mission as he planned.





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Credited cast:
The Robot
Jeff Bryan Davis ...
Evil Robot (as Jeff Davis)
Sean McKenna ...
Robot Bastard (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Glenn Buettner ...
Black Mummy
Gretchen Dudley-Wolfmeyer ...
Black Mummy
Derrick Juul ...
Black Mummy 'Human Shield'
Devin Juul ...
Black Mummy
Black Mummy
Black Mummy
Steven Schrab ...
Black Mummy
Victoria Stein-Ziemba ...
Black Mummy
Randy Wolfmeyer ...
Black Mummy


Robot Bastard is a robotic government operative with a bad attitude. His latest mission is to go into space rescue the President's daughter Catherine from the clutches of a sinister kidnapper on his heavily guarded satellite. When he gets there, he encounters the usual action-adventure foes and thrills, relying on his intellect and multiple gadgets to make it through the maze-like satellite and rescue Catherine, but even he's surprised at the challenges he didn't expect. Written by orrinbloquy

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Bring clean underwear.


Sci-Fi | Action | Comedy | Short



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12 April 2002 (USA)  »

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The poster for "Robot Bastard!" appears in the background of Steve and Brian's apartment during episode #2: "Humanitarian of the Year" of "The Sarah Silverman Program" See more »


Catherine: ...and then no man will stop me!
The Robot: I'm not a man!
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Referenced in The Sarah Silverman Program.: Officer Jay (2007) See more »

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The elusive lotus of perfection, found by Schrab
19 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Hitchcock, Kubrick, Scorsese, Kusosawa and Bergman, titans of the movie industry, visionaries, and men names greater than time, and yet, they must step aside and make room for Robert Schrab, who has presented us with a blinding vision which the psyche can only endeavor to grasp in its entirety.

What can we truly say about 'Robot Bastard!' that has already not been said? Honor, desire, betrayal, and sacrifice, all these thing so elegantly presented in this masterpiece, aptly named 'Robot Bastard!'. Like an artist who deftly wields his sable brush, Schrab paints for us a new place and a new time where the essence and depth of idealism, and self-sacrifice are starkly portrayed, coming through the screen to penetrate into the deepest recesses of the audiences' hearts and minds.

As we watch we inadvertently begin to question our own humanity, and what makes a man a man and a machine only a machine. And although we believe we have answers, the question continues to roll around in our minds, shattering our preconceived belief system for the answer is greater than mere words can describe.

This film will change you, it will elicit tears of sadness and of joy, and in the end, the bittersweet ending, will leave you empty, and yet fulfilled at the same time. This is, one of the great films of our time, and any time, and is the ultimate justification and recompense to the creator who gave us the ability to reason and the free will to carry out our desires.


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