In the near future, war drone technology has advanced and a new weapon has been unleashed - a humanoid drone stronger and faster than any soldier. But in the aftermath of a mysterious ... See full summary »
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 Nissen
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 Jay
Eli Presser ...
 237
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 Assistant Programmer (2012)
Jeremy Bassett ...
 Lab Tech #1 (2012)
Matthew Beisner ...
 Black Ops Soldier #3 (2012)
Stacy-Love Belizaire ...
 Nissen's Daughter (2012)
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 Black Ops Soldier #4 (2012)
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 Black Ops Soldier #5 (2012)
Cameron Diskin ...
 Black Ops Soldier #1 (2012)
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 Cop #1 (2012)
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 Lab Tech #2 (2012)
Matthew Fuller ...
 Black Ops Soldier #6 (2012)
Dean Ghaffari ...
 Middle Eastern Soldier #1 (2012)
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 Black Ops Soldier #2 (2012)
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In the near future, war drone technology has advanced and a new weapon has been unleashed - a humanoid drone stronger and faster than any soldier. But in the aftermath of a mysterious incident, damaged battle drone 237 is forced to go on the run with its programmer (Kenneth Choi) to try and take down their corrupt commander (Lance Reddick). Written by psiguy

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Fantastic piece of Sci-Fi
14 October 2012 | by (Poland) – See all my reviews

Wow. I really hoped, that after District 9 and Moon, we'll see many grown-up, R-rated Sci-Fi movies. Intelligent, not confined into tiny MPAA world of false political correctness and idiotic, repetitive stories.

But it didn't happen (although things like Dredd shine a little hope).

Fortunately our times present opportunity for passionate people to create and spread fantastic work just like Dr0ne. In four short (but not too short) episodes we get a glimpse of near future (really near when you see PetMan or BigDog), where humanoid combat drones are a reality. One such drone obviously goes rogue. And that's all what's obvious ;) I loved execution, cinematography, designs, sets, story. Everything... well maybe besides episode 4. It wasn't most sensible thing to do, but it tied story nicely, giving it a little twist. Overall I'd love to see something like Dr0ne on big screen. I hope name Robert Glickert will be heard of again.


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