Learning By Looking: A Size Comparison Of Various Movie Robots

February 6, 2018

Another day, another video size comparison of various things from MetalBallStudios (previously). This time, movie robots. Cool, but I can't wait until they make a penis one so I can finally take my rightful place at the very end of the line. The big end, not the small end, just so we're clear. "Whatever you say." Well in that case I'm also the most handsome person in the lineup. Wait -- did you just roll your eyes at me? Do you know what happens to people who roll their eyes at me? "You try to slap them on the back because you're convinced their face will get stuck that way?" I can't tell if you're trying to mock me or not but that really works.

Keep going for the video.

Thanks to Carmen, who agrees some of those were definitely vehicles and not robots.

  • Andrew

    I would have gone up to the Celestial in the Marvel universe.

  • Gilbert

    The problem is that this video talks about robots, and in several cases they're not robots but exoskeletons or something else powered or controlled by man in a way the robots (in the traditional sense) aren't...

  • Munihausen

    Oblivion was pretty great.

    Also, ED-209 and Optimus appear a bit large.

  • Talon184

    What about Rock-em-Sock-em Robots???

    Or Bender...I'd have liked to see Bender!

  • FearlessFarris

    My favorite was the part with the robots.

  • Designer1323

    Where is Johnny 5 the most icon robot of the 80s!

  • FearlessFarris

    YES!! Although, to be technical, since "Johnny Five is alive," I'm not certain he still qualifies for this list.

  • roehlstation


  • Irina Abramovich

    I like the robots from Mystery Science Theater 3000!!!=)

  • The_Wretched

    I'm glad they included Mazinga.

  • Andyman7714

    Wall-E is way too small. Bad data.

  • That's what I thought.
    *nerd-mode: on*
    According to Pixar, he's 3ft 4 inches from top of eyes to bottom, when standing "normally" - so he's about as tall as R2.
    *nerd-mode: off*

  • Closet Nerd

    Didn't see Marvin from Hitchhicker's Guide to the Galaxy

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