Supercut Of Robots In Movies Spanning Almost 100 Years

February 6, 2015

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This is a two-and-a-half minute chronological supercut of the history of robots in movies, from 1921's The Mechanical Man, to 2014's Interstellar. Obviously, the two best are Flight of the Navigator and Batteries Not Included -- no arguing. Still, as interesting as it was to watch, I couldn't help but wish I was watching a supercut of boobs in movies instead. Boobs are like, the opposite of robots: warm, soft, loving, have nipples, easy to fall asleep on, motorboatable, BRRRLABALABABABLABRRRR, mmmmm. Love those things, just wish mine were smaller.

Keep going for the video.

Thanks to Luke, who wants to see a supercut of spit-takes. Has anybody done that yet? OF COURSE THEY HAVE.

  • Joel Turner

    I didn't see ... Silent Running 1972.

  • civic

    Great concept... However, this was executed poorly on so many levels.

  • MustacheHam

    Agreed, would love to see a new robut every few seconds not with every blink.

  • Will Chamberland

    The Mechanical Man 1921
    Metropolis 1927
    Der Herr der Welt 1934
    Dr Satans Robot 1934
    The Day the Earth Stood Still 1951
    Robot Monster 1952
    Devil Girl from Mars 1954
    Target Earth 1954
    Kronos 1957
    Gog 1957
    Tobor the Great 1954
    Forbidden Planet 1956
    The Mysterians 1957
    Colossus of New York 1958
    The Robot vs. The Aztec Mummy 1958
    The Creation of the Humanoids 1962
    Planet Bur 1962
    The Earth Dies Screaming 1965
    Santa Claus Conquers the Martians 1964
    Dr Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine 1966
    Cyborg 1966
    Terronauts 1967
    Superargo and the Faceless Giants 1968
    Sleeper 1973
    THX 1138 1971
    Westworld 1973
    Stepford Wives 1975
    Logans Run 1976
    Star Wars 1977
    Cosmos, War of the Planets 1977
    Starship Invasions 1977
    Message from Space 1978
    Cosmos, War of the Planets 1977
    Star Odyssey 1978
    Starcrash 1979
    The Shape of Things to Come 1979
    The Black Hole 1979
    Star Trek The Motion Picture 1979
    Unidentified Flying Oddball 1979
    C.H.O.M.P.S. 1979
    Galaxina 1979
    Saturn 3 1981
    Heartbeeps 1981
    Clash of the Titans 1981
    Bladerunner 1981
    Android 1982
    Runaway 1984
    Terminator 1984
    The Last Starfighter 1984
    D.A.R.Y.L. 1985
    Return to Oz 1985
    Rocky IV 1985
    Chopping Mall 1986
    Deadly Friend 1986
    Aliens 1986
    Space Camp 1986
    Flight of the Navigator 1986
    Short Circuit 1986
    RoboCop 1987
    Cherry 2000 1987
    *batteries not included 1987
    Making Mr. Right 1987
    Space Balls 1987
    Not Quite Human 1987
    Hardware 1990
    Space Invaders 1990
    Total Recall 1990
    Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey 1991
    And you thought your parents were wierd 1991
    Eve of Destruction 1991
    Godzilla vs King Ghidorah 1991
    Toys 1991
    Robocop 3 1993
    Cyborg Cop 1993
    A.P.E.X. 1994
    Blankman 1994
    Virtuosity 1995
    Screamers 1995
    Evolver 1995
    Solo 1996
    Flubber 1997
    Lost in Space 1998
    Bicentennial Man 1999
    Austin Powers 1999
    Red Planet 2000
    A.I. 2000
    Jason X 2001
    Minority Report 2002
    Star Trek Nemesis 2002
    Matrix Reloaded 2003
    Natural City 2003
    I, Robot 2004
    The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy 2005
    Transformers 2007
    WALL-E 2008
    Moon 2009
    Enthiran 2010
    Real Steel 2011
    Eva 2011
    Promethesus 2012
    Interstellar 2014

  • Jan Bergström

    No 9

  • Brent Turcotte

    ah good ol screamers ... they fkd shit up

  • Forblat

    Interstellar but not Big Hero 6, A FILM ABOUT ROBOTS

  • Cuckoo

    I expect that might have something to do with Big Hero 6 being an animated film about robots, rather than a live-action film like every other item in the supercut.

  • Apex Female

    then what about wall-e being on the video

  • Deksam

    Metropolis's robot was way way way ahead of it's time!

  • WronglyRabbit

    Even the robot before it, from the Mechanical Man, is way better than most of the 1950's and 1960's robots.

  • CaptainGuntu

    Replicants aren't robots, and neither are androids. Plus, no Huey, Dewey, and Luis???

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