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11 Helpful Movie Robots That Will Ruin Your Life
Bad robots: The very latest in artificial stupidity

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11 Helpful Movie Robots That Will Ruin Your Life | Dummy
Dummy

Film: Iron Man (2008)

Perhaps everyone’s favourite cinematic armature robot – well, can you think of any others? – Dummy has one purpose on this earth: to put out fires. And it’s not that he’s bad at that, it’s just that he’s so eager to do so he’s often a little... premature. “If you douse me again and I'm not on fire, I'm donating you to a city college,” grimaces Tony Stark. His master, the one and only Genius Billionaire Playboy Philanthropist himself, doesn’t hate Dummy as such, but there’s a definite vibe that if there were anyone else available, that would be preferable: “Day 11, Test 37, Configuration 2.0. For lack of a better option, Dummy is still on fire safety.” Poor Dummy – and from the looks of Iron Man 3, Mr. Stark will need a new fire safety officer.

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Where's WALL-E? More

Posted by Satchel Pooch on Tuesday March 19, 2013, 18:56

2 Black Hole?
What! no Maximilian from the Black Hole!!! 'Maximilian, it's time to liquidate our guests" More

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What! no Maximilian from the Black Hole!!! 'Maximilian, it's time to liquidate our guests" More

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No Ed 209? The future of law enforcement, that can handle everything in the urban environment... except stairs. More

Posted by Schnorbitz on Thursday March 7, 2013, 23:18

5 Japanese 'Doraemon' belongs to this group!
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doraemon It's a robot cat from the future! Very helpful, but often with highly devastating result. It does enjoy decades-long celluloid releases, not only on printed media. More

Posted by terryl on Tuesday March 5, 2013, 17:35


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