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Robotropolis (2011)

Unrated | | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi | 2 September 2011 (UK)
A group of reporters are covering the unveiling of a new facility that is completely maintained by robot prototypes. When one of the robots goes haywire, the reporters find themselves not ... See full summary »

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Christiane Nouveau
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Danny Ross
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Jason Brooks
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Gordon Standish (as Lani Tupu)
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Harlan (as Jourdan Lee Khoo)
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Lisa
Peer Metze ...
Luther Kobler
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Sky Bennett
Bjorn Turmann ...
Tobin
Remesh Panicker ...
Dr. Roshan Manik
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School Kids
Madduma Patabendige Chrishan ...
Man in Jungle
Tim Cooper ...
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A group of reporters are covering the unveiling of a new facility that is completely maintained by robot prototypes. When one of the robots goes haywire, the reporters find themselves not just reporting on the malfunction, but fighting for their lives. Written by Anonymous

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Восстание машин  »

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In one scene the reporter and her cameraman rescue a little girl hiding behind some shipping pallets, in the next scene the little girl has disappeared without explanation and she plays no further part in the film. See more »

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Referenced in Battle of the Damned (2013) See more »

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This in 2011?
18 August 2012 | by See all my reviews

This movie explicitly alarmed me for the wrong attempt in introducing technology and robots in a hypothetic future where big bosses control the globe.

The idea and plot is definitely nice.

At the beginning, I was thinking that the idea of showing the facts of the disaster like it would be sitting at home in front of TV was original, because (you must admit it), that is how you would leave a disaster that is far from your house.

However, the overall result is absolutely below the expectations and it makes me thinking that there is nobody controlling the quality of a movie before it is actually released.

More than that, I am very surprised actors in such a movie would be satisfied about themselves, about the words they were asked to say, and dialogs in general.

I understand there could be also budget reasons, but I saw many movies where the budget limitations do not prevent the movie to have a good soundtrack, music and dialogs.

Finally, for who thinks that famous actors make a movie successful, it is not true. With such dialogs and direction, even Bruce Willis would have appeared as inadequate in such movie.

Our children in the future will probably see a robot in every movie, but it will not be a robot to make a nice movie.


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