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Robot Monster(1953)

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  • Laughable

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    • 9/30/12

    I first saw the trailer for this movie when I was 7 years old at the Sci-Fi Diner in Disney World. I was so scared I never forgot it. It was the only trailer I remembered so it stayed with me for a long time. Now I think it's one of the funniest and worst movies ever. Most people say it and Plan 9 from Outer Space are the worst films ever, but there's actually a movie that's worse than them. It's called The Vulture. Robot Monster's budget was so low they actually reused stock footage of reptiles fighting from One Million B.C. and stop motion dinosaurs from Lost Continent. And the Robot Monster has a bubble machine. I'm very interested in finding out the purpose of it. If you're a fan of 50's sci-fi or comedy, you should see the MST3K version. They say jokes for you and you can say your own!

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    • Ed Kearns
    • 4/30/12

    This is the movie that Steven Spielberg said got him interested in making movies. It is so bad you don't know how to act.It has a line in it given by the Tobor (robot backwards) as he is taking orders from his outer space masters, that I have never forgotten " I must but I can not', where do they meet on the graph of life"A must !!!!! The worst movie ever.By the way the earth is left with only 5 people left, the stars wish to marry to have children, but who can marry them-- I hold that- see the movie

  • So Bad its Good !!

    • Carl WAlker
    • 12/28/09

    Rates 2nd only to "Plan 9" as worst movie ever made. This is a must see!!!

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