Robotic Officer Tactical Operation Research. A prototype robot intended for crime combat escapes from the development lab and goes on a killing rampage.
Judge, Jury, and Executioner.
Did You Know?
Although dialogue identifies R.O.T.O.R. as a Dallas Police Department project, no actual Dallas police vehicles, buildings or uniformed officers are featured in the film. The end credits give thanks to the police departments of the surrounding communities of Addison, Coppell, Hickory Creek, and Lake Dallas for providing officers, uniforms, and vehicles, and Division Headquarters and the Tactical Operations Lab are private commercial office buildings in the Dallas area. See more
As Houghtaling and Willard troubleshoot the impulse feed chain, there is a well-lit hallway with a glass partition and a glass-block wall behind them, but when Coldyron later sits at the same computer terminal, there is nothing behind him. See more
Oh God. The brain matrix. It's modeled after your own lower brain functions without the higher functions to control them.
A brain without a heart... a conscience without recognition... a will without a soul.
If I miss, you're going to be fighting your own base instincts. To combat pure will, you're going to have to use pure illogic.
What do you mean?
You *will* have to allow yourself to fail. Use your failure against him! Your failure is his failure. Your weakness is his weakness. Then, only then, ...
Willard the Robot receives an end credit, although it is unclear who provided his voice. See more
Changing The Channel
Written and Performed by Larry's Dad See more