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Out of everyone in the film, Worthington— surprisingly—demonstrates himself to be a capable actor in the midst of the endless gray rubble.

He works out of the suburban New York City area and has covered topics from nuclear power plants and Wi-Fi routers to cars and tablets.

The robot must have some kind of body—typically humanoid in shape (though minor exceptions regarding shape for especially awesome robots may appear).

It’s tempting to blame the approximately $12 budget for the rest, but it’s really just a dull story, boringly told.

(With all the unwanted sequels and reboots, why can’t we ever get a whimsical reenvisioning along these lines? The Colossus, The Colossus of New York (1958)Yet another Frankenstein-y tale involving brain transplant into a robotic body—with only the noblest of intention, of course! It may never have been the best the studio had to offer, but it was still a fun space adventure, featuring an affably goofy, “amnesiac” robot, voiced by Martin Short. The smashing in T3 is fun, sure, but Skynet really shouldn’t have released this beta test of a terminator—it’s gotta be a real bitch sending update patches into the past. As far a blatant Star Wars ripoffs go, it’s beyond egregious.