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Robot OverlordsRobot overlords is a story about the Earth which is aggressed by the robots from the other planets. To survive, the human has to cover in their own houses or risk their lives to be able to stay alive. A gang of children detected how to make electric shock to disable the tracking mechanisms to be able to hide around without being discovered. Incidentally, this prank became the hope for the fighting of human to overthrow the enemy from the strange planets.Keywords:
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Directors of "Robot Overlords"Jon WrightBirthdate: 2 March 1971, Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK
Creators of "Robot Overlords"Mark StayJon WrightBirthdate: 2 March 1971, Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK
Critic Reviews of "Robot Overlords"Hollywood ReporterJune 29, 2015
Surprises are few and far between, but what makes it a bit better than average compared to other live-action kids' films is the jaunty banter.VarietyApril 02, 2015
The pic's general good humor - plus the tony adult presence of Gillian Anderson and Ben Kingsley - compensates to some degree for its cheapjack construction, but not enough to extend its appeal far beyond pre-teens in Blighty.Movie TalkApril 09, 2016
Lively action on a low budget.Screen InternationalJune 29, 2015
Robot Overlords is an engaging action romp that moves at a nice pace but eventually gets rather let down by effects efforts that are compromised by the film's low-budget origins.Daily Express (UK)June 29, 2015
It combines exciting spectacle with heart.Observer (UK)March 29, 2015
Director Jon Wright, who directed the rambunctious monster-movie Grabbers, makes the most of his limited resources, imbuing the action with an oddly endearing sense of string-and-glue DIY youthfulness.Times (UK)March 27, 2015
Robot Overlords would be better as a children's television series than a cinema release, despite the presence of Ben Kingsley and Gillian Anderson.Contactmusic.comMarch 27, 2015
For a low-budget kids' movie, this British science-fiction adventure has an unusually sharp cast, decent effects and...Flick FilosopherMarch 27, 2015
So much to love in this Brit kiddie sci-fi adventure, with its brilliant concept that really works on a small budget and a real sense of place.Radio TimesMarch 26, 2015
Feels like an artefact from the Children's Film Foundation era, only with misplaced adult humour and bad language.GuardianMarch 26, 2015
It's brisk enough, and Wright's fondness for types sustains it: there are well-judged contributions from Ben Kingsley as a snippy collaborator, and Tamer Hassan as the guvnor of a pub in permanent lockdown.
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