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A scientist creates a robot to replace his angst ridden daughter.

Writers:

Bryan Marshall (story & screenplay), Ted Voltolina (story)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Jon Braun Jon Braun ... Crowd Member #2
John Brennan John Brennan ... Agent Bronson
Floyd Gellerman Floyd Gellerman ... Roscoe
Vincent K. Guagenti Vincent K. Guagenti ... Gristle
Dan Howard Dan Howard ... Brobot
Jeff Jenkins Jeff Jenkins ... Crowd Member #1
Susan Kemka Susan Kemka ... Agent Koloski
Brian Lonano Brian Lonano ... Crowd Member #3
Michelle Marken Michelle Marken ... Marla
Bryan Marshall Bryan Marshall ... Guitar Kid
Kira McCarthy ... Maggie
Lorna McManus Lorna McManus ... Maggie Stand-In
Lemar Ortiz Lemar Ortiz ... Nick
Don Singalewitch Don Singalewitch ... The Professor
Travis Tomlinson Travis Tomlinson ... Brobot (voice)
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A scientist creates a robot to replace his angst ridden daughter.

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Brobot is a film about the value of family, the consequences of playing God, the strength of character, deception, ice cream, and robots.

Genres:

Short | Comedy

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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 September 2005 (USA) See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

$5,000 (estimated)
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo (RCA Sound System)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Quotes

Roscoe: That robot came and menaced us, robotically!
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Classic robot dilemma from a comic perspective
2 January 2006 | by donna-omaraSee all my reviews

Should robots be built? Should they be or are they our superiors, equals, or slaves? Brobot examines this idea with humor and pathos. I enjoyed the look and sound of the robot. He had the old-fashioned familiar quality of the classic robot movies of the 50s and early 60s. Recently the movies are using the human-looking robots, but I prefer the "Robbie the Robot" - can't mistake it's a machine - robot. The plot develops with the robot interacting in everyday situations. I particularly liked the tribute to Karloff's monster - watch for it. The casting was obviously done with care. The "nutty" old professor and the angry teenage daughter were perfect. I thought the scenes with the neighbors sitting on the couch were hysterical. The camera shots were very professional and the comic timing of the FBI agents was dead on. All in all, I really enjoyed this movie. Not only does Brobot make you laugh, it visits the coming of age theme from a new perspective.


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