Supercut Of Robots In Movies Spanning Almost 100 Years

Supercut Of Robots In Movies Spanning Almost 100 Years


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.

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

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