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Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter

USA 2016
produced by
N.B. Lindley-Johnson, Tracey Birdsall, John Neilson (executive) for Empire Motion Pictures
directed by Neil Johnson
starring Tracey Birdsall, William Kircher, Daz Crawford, Stephen Manley, Tim McGrath, Ashley Park, Marilyn Ghigliotti, Livvy Stubenrauch, Marc Hawes, Tony Gibbons (voice), Aaron Jacques, Erin Bethea, Michael Scott Martin, Charles Beck, Nicky Birdsall, Hunter Jacques, Neil Johnson, Moose Jacques, Clint Morris, Ashleigh Davies
written by Neil Johnson, music by Alex Staropoli, special creature effects by Kyle Thompson/Midnight Studios FX, fight choreography by Michael Martin

review by
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In the rather distant future, a war between humans and robots has been fought spanning most of the galaxy, and the robots have won. Sure, there are still pockets of resistance, but frankly the humans don't stand too much of a chance ... but Sienna (Tracey Birdsall) begs to differ: She's not only a tough-as-nails warrior who hates the robot overlords with a passion, she also has a plan. Basically, it encompasses stealing an all-mighty anti-robot bomb from a faraway planet and then detonate it on every planet ruled by robots, to free them one by one. Oh, and on the way, she also plans to spring her lover (Daz Crawford) from space prison. Thing is, Sienna's best friend Blister (Tim McGrath) pretty much blackmails her into taking him with her, and he brings his mouthy robot (!) orb Hoagland (Tony Gibbons) along for the ride, and along the way they also pick up an abandoned pleasure bot (Ashley Park), so what started out as a straightforward mission soon becomes muddled. Plus, Sienna has all these strange dreams that might be suppressed memories of a past she's still unclear about. But our ragtag crew manages to get their hands on the anti-robot bomb despite fierce resistance and losses on their side ... but then Sienna learns that she herself is actually a pleasure bot that has been transplanted a human brain (not wholly successfully, hence the lack of memories and weird dreams) - which might crush everything she has ever believed in ... or strengthen her resolve. But that said, her mission's far from over ...

 

Taken its basic story, Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter is a reminder of B sci-fi movies from the 1980s that came in the wake of Star Wars, Alien, Mad Max and the like: There's plenty of action, both on the ground and deep space fights, robots, explosions, the story isn't rooted too deeply in reality, is easy to follow and basically a hanger for spectacle. But in terms of looks and style, this movie is very much a child of its own age, and in a good way, the special effects are uniformly up to the task and effectively placed and executed, the film is rapidly paced, features its fair share of irony, has heart and cool characters ... and is just all-around fun!

 

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