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A group of young shopping mall employees stay behind for a late night party in one of the stores. When the mall goes on lock-down before they can get out, the robot security system malfunctions, and goes on a killing spree.
When the narrator explains that Barrett Coldyron's papers are being given to his nephew Brett Coldyron at Oxford University, Brett is standing next to the Perkins Chapel and Bridwell Library at Southern Methodist University in University Park, TX. See more »
The gas station cashier's kiosk is an obvious prop; it's a hollow unpainted wooden shell containing no cash register and very little merchandise. As R.O.T.O.R. reaches through the window, it's evident that there's no roof nor a counter for the register to sit upon, and the spindly-looking wooden framing is visible. See more »
Willard the Robot:
[to female receptionist]
Say baby, why don't you hit me with those, uh, seven digits? Whaddaya say?
[Houghtaling gestures to him]
Willard the Robot:
All right, I'm coming.
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Willard the Robot receives an end credit, although it is unclear who provided his voice. See more »
I have seen many terrible movies, most of which can be fun to watch if only to make fun of them. This movie is worse than those. The dialogue is terribly delivered (the best delivery is from the comic-relief robot!), terribly written (contrived, preachy, and generally painful). As an example, the dialogue is littered with things like "I am going to make more noise than two skeletons making love in a tin coffin." And by littered I don't mean a sprinkle, I mean virtually wall to wall, most of it is even completely gratuitous. Also any movie that has a line like "what is this some kind of bad sci-fi flick". Just avoid this movie. It sucks you in. I sat watching wondering how it could get any worse... and it does. Each twist and turn takes this movie deeper into the abyss. 1/10 (which is as low as it goes!)
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