Watch She for more Robot fun. Trained dancer and body builder stars in this sci-fi eighties movie. Watch films with robots in. Robot movies include characters playing artificial beings after the Cancellation.
Some Girls Do released in 1979 from Pinewood Studio’s is an amazing spy-film recorded the same time as a James Bond movie.
This is a mans world and the agent Drummond is surrounded by beautiful women many of whom are actually robots.
Flicky played by the lovely Sydne Rome is my favourite character, she has lovely blue eyes. She is also a popular Italian singer who sang duets with the likes of Julio Engelias.
This film has a funky soundtrack electronic music perfect for robot movies. These robots are very life like, drink water and provide human resources like waitressing and escorting. Some are finely tuned to be assassins.
I hope you watch this film because even though it is nearly 40 years old the special effects are really cool. Look out for the robot vacuum cleaner and the supersonic weather beater.
Ex Machina made pleasant viewing the special effects are outstanding and the film does a good job of bringing emotion into the narrative between humans and robots.
There are decent up and coming characters in the film who are all likeable characters.
In the film you find out that the Ex Machina is actually a women. The creator thought it fitting to make the robot a she. Interestingly there is not yet a female plural of a female or for that matter male robots.
The full movie can be viewed over on YouTube for $3.49 and I have included a link, check it out its called Ex Machina.
Just a subnote if you are wanting to watch this film I think there is a certificate on the film. Ex Machina has been rated as a 15 so be mindful if you are watching this with your children.
Ex Machina is a pleasant enough film and there are plenty of surprises. Everybody that I spoke to really liked watching this at pictures. Its one of those films where you just want to drop everything and go to the cinema to watch on a bigger screen that what you would have a home. YouTube is good though and its lot easier than going to video rentals.
This is a really nice extract from the Soundtrack of WallE one of the robot films that inspired me to host Trash Robot. Someone shared to us via Twitter. Have a leisurely listen to this relaxing classical piece.