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R.O.T.O.R. (1989)

R.O.T.O.R. (1989)

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"R.O.T.O.R." (1989) (Cullen Blaine)

So successfully wrongheaded, dysfunctional, awkwardly clumsy, unintentionally ridiculous and unbelievably straight-faced in its mis-guided attempts to copy clichťd Hollywood-style action movie ďexcitementĒ, heroics, plotting, pacing, characterizations and colorful sarcastic dialogue that "R.O.T.O.R." almost transcends into the avant-garde. Much more than just a third-rate, Texas-made, rural cinema Robocop and Terminator hybrid copycat, itís an unintentional 80ís gem of silly seriousness, hilariously over-the-top clichťd characterizations, ridiculously interpretated genre ingredients, bad jokes delivered with relish, straight-faced clumsiness, absurdly un-exciting and awkward action, southern fried explicatives, and some actually cool synth melodies. Epically dysfunctional and blissfully awkward. Imagine an unstoppable, mad-killing, terror-inducing, rampaging robot android that canít seem to kill one measly frightened woman, whose Achilles' heel is car horns and who almost loses his balance when trying to coldly stomp over the bodies of his fallen foes. A hilariously unintentional gonzo wonder. Itís like a classic MST3K episode with the jokes built in. Itís up there with "Nightbeast" (1982); yes itís really that good! Plus check out that cool Mad Max copycat, Judge Dredd-esq comic style cover art!

1989 / 90mins. / English Language / Color / USA

Picture Quality: A (Source: VHS)

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