Actium Maximus was really awful. Manborg was really good. Somewhere between those two is this Film...
In a dark, possible future, killer Robots and Androids fight for no good reason. Carnage!
A few Androids escape their Idiocracy-style 'Rehabilitation' and...die.
They get better. Plus they get Southland Tales-style Chapter Cards. Sorry, Chapter Cards.
This Zordon guy recruits for a new mission: destroy some Super Computer with a Punch Card Virus.
It's funny because...those existed once?
Can this motley crew of Androids save the day? Can they stop moving in odd, intentionally-jerky motion?
Something tells me that this guy- plus an endless supply of Killer Robots- won't let them. To find out who wins, watch the Film.
Fun at first, like that loud girl at the Party who is a little drunk. After a while, however, the Film kind of reaches the point where you're over it- just like said girl at the Party. You're not funny anymore, Christie! Stop ruining 'Time After Time' for all of us! Where was I? Oh, right. Crash and Burn has a unique look and feel. I kind of dug it at first, as it reminded me of stuff like Manborg and Kung Fury. Those Films, however, have more of a variety of crazy visuals to keep you interested. After a while, this is mostly just the same group running around awkwardly and shooting. People clearly put a lot of work into the Film's mix of real and CG visuals. A speaker front as a parachute- why not? For some of you, the buzz will never wear off. For me, I liked it for about an hour or so. Kudos for making your crazy-ass Movie about Robots, but maybe give me a Plot worth filling out nearly 2 hours next time. I'm just saying...
Good, crazy fun...to a point. If this was a shorter Film like Kung Fury, it would be much better!