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Run Robot Run! (2006)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 21 October 2006 (USA)
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Ken Weston lives in the not-too-distant future and is not your typical human being. He is more organized than a day planner and more regimented than a Marine. With his goals of dating his ... See full summary »

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Daniel O'Connor

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Daniel O'Connor
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Chris Gibbs ... Kent Weston
Lara Kelly ... Allison Hadley
Christian Potenza ... Garth
Peter Mooney ... Adam
Sandi Ross ... Claudia
Sandy Jobin-Bevans ... Ed Starr
Don Allison Don Allison ... Mr. Gardner
Renee Percy ... Employee #1
Brad Papernick Brad Papernick ... Employee #2
Paolo Mancini ... The Barista
Tarah Consoli ... Waitress
Christine Maharaj Christine Maharaj ... Attractive Office Woman
Trip Phoenix Trip Phoenix ... Band: Singer
Ryam Barton Ryam Barton ... Band
Dan Dicks Dan Dicks ... Band
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Ken Weston lives in the not-too-distant future and is not your typical human being. He is more organized than a day planner and more regimented than a Marine. With his goals of dating his pretty co-worker Allison and achieving a perfect daily routine almost realized, Kent's clockwork existence is thrown into disarray with the arrival of Adam - an all-too-human robot. Congenial and brilliant (not to mention, handsome), Adam wastes little time in ousting Kent from both his coveted job and Allison's affections. In his efforts to rid himself of his competition, Kent is confronted by his own mechanical nature and is challenged to do the one thing that humans find most difficult - change. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy

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Not Rated
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Canada

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English

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21 October 2006 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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CAD 100,000 (estimated)
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Color | Color (hd)
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The movie's title is coincidentally the same as episode 23 in season three of Get Smart. Even more coincidentally, the first working title of the movie was Heimi, named after the robot in Get Smart. See more »

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More of a charming fantasy than a comedy
17 November 2012 | by eds326See all my reviews

After reading the reviews, I wasn't expecting much, although I have seen some of the actors, especially Chris Gibbs and Sandy Jobin-Bevens, in live stage performances (scripted theatre and improv) and have thoroughly enjoyed them. I have to say, I was pleasantly surprised. I was taken more by the charm of the characters than the comedic material. Chris Gibb's in-person and his on-screen persona and his dry sense of humour reminds me of a young Bob Newhart. Obviously low-budget, but a polished production. I first heard about this movie during the 2005 Toronto Fringe Theatre Festival, where Chris Gibbs was appearing in a show and, appreciating his kind of humour, always looked forward to having a look at the film. I'm glad I finally got to see it!.


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