The 50 best movie robots
I loved the abc warrior in Judge Dredd, it looked really huge and menacing but on the other hand it seemed to me that with the right "master" it could be a very gentle kind "person" if you know what I mean
- 10: The Sentinels (X-Men 3)
In the third and perhaps final X-Men movie, the fan favourites are inserted in a 'virtual reality' cameo role.
Plausibility:9 Coolness:9 Dangerousness:10 Comedy Value:0
- 9: Sonny (I-Robot)
Detective: "Can a robot write a symphony? Can a robot turn a canvas into a beautiful masterpiece?"
Sonny: "Can you?"
Plausibility: 7 Coolness: 7 Dangerousness:7 Comedy Value:7
- 8: Evil Bill & Ted (Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey )
"Okay, dudes... oh I mean fellow policemen. my son Ted Theodore Logan, and his friend Bill S. Preston ESQ. have been murdered and replaced by evil robots from the future"
Plausibility:0 Coolness:9 Dangerousness:9 Comedy Value:9
- 7: ABC Warriors (Judge Dredd)
"Status? Commander? Mission?"
Plausibility: 8 Coolness: 9 Dangerousness: 8 Comedy Value: 3
- 6: Swarms of robot spiders (Lost In Space)
The spiders are nameless aggressors, but the robot in the original series did have a (rarely-mentioned) name: in the third-season of the parent TV show it was shown in its packing crate, and the crate was labelled "ONE General Utility Non-Theorizing Environmental ROBOT" with the G, U, N, T, E, and all letters in "ROBOT" in red capital letters, while all the other letters were black; suggesting the acronym "GUNTER"
Plausibility: 9 Coolness: 10 Dangerousness: 10 Comedy Value: 0
- 5: ED 209 (Robocop)
"Please put down your weapon. You have 20 seconds to comply"
Plausibility: 9 Coolness:9 Dangerousness:10 Comedy Value:1
Love that HAL 9000 computerwikipidea wrote:Aboard the spaceship Discovery One are the mission pilots, astronauts Dave Bowman (Keir Dullea) and Frank Poole (Gary Lockwood), and three scientists "sleeping" in cryogenic hibernation. The astronauts have a mundane daily life on board the spacecraft: ship maintenance and operations, physical exercise, eating, sleeping, receiving birthday greetings from home, playing chess and even sketching. The crew watches a BBC television program about themselves, in which the "sixth member" of the crew, the HAL 9000 supercomputer (Douglas Rain), is introduced and interviewed. The interview reveals that though the supercomputer is the pinnacle in artificial machine intelligence, with a remarkable, error-free performance record, it is designed to communicate and interact like a human, and even mimics (or reproduces) human emotions, and in fact the astronauts have quickly learned to treat it like another crewman, addressing it as "Hal".
- 4: SID 6.7 (Virtuosity)
"Just because I'm carrying the joy of killing your family inside me doesn't mean we can't be friends"
Plausibility: 10 Coolness: 10 Dangerousness: 10 Comedy Value: 0
- 3:Kitt (Knight Rider)
David Hasselhoff and William Daniels (voice of K.I.T.T.) first met at a Christmas party six months after 'Knight Rider' first started shooting.
Plausibility: 10 Coolness: 8 Dangerousness: 6 Comedy Value: 8
- 2: HAL9000 (2001, A Space Odyssey)
"I know you and Frank were planning to disconnect me, and I'm afraid that's something I cannot allow to happen"
Plausibility: 10 Coolness: 8 Dangerousness: 10 Comedy Value: 5
- 1: Terminator Series 800/Model 101 (The Terminator)
O.J. Simpson was considered for the role of the Terminator, but the producers thought he might be "too nice" to be taken seriously as a cold-blooded killer
Plausibility:5 Coolness: 11 Dangerousness: 10 Comedy Value: 9
"Status? Commander? Mission?"