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Frame Rate:
24 fps
English 2.0  
Run Time:
131 min
IMDB Rating:
0 / 10 
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Directors: Mark Toia [Director] ,

Movie Description:
A robotics company teams up with a corrupt CIA agent undergoing an illegal, unsanctioned military operation. Dropping four prototype robots into a suspected drug manufacturing camp in the Golden triangle that no one will miss. The mission is to prove the robotics company is worthy of winning a lucrative military contract. Six doctors on a good cause witness the brutal slaughter of an innocent village and are forced into a deadly game of cat and mouse as they become the new targets.


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Why didn't they pick up the robots gun when he was stuck

I am mainly writing this because in one scene a robot gets stuck and they ha dthe prime opatunity to take it's weapon and disarm it mean all they had to do was outpace it but no they we stupid and didn't pick up the gun

One of the much better B films, especially considering...

...and very impressively so, that this was an amateur filmmakers first ever dabble with filmmaking! Sure this film had its flaws, but considering Mark Toia has never been a cinematographer, never written, produced, or directed anything in his life before, I say mad respect and serious props to you sir!

So to those wannabe critics who gave this film 1's and 2's, give your heads a shake and learn to respect the work of an amateur filmmaker trying to make his mark in the industry. They all have to start somewhere, right? And I have to point out, that I've seen much worse films put together by seasoned filmmakers. So for Toia to wear these many hats and pull this off, this film should not be rated anything less than a 6/10.

Now my main disappointment that could've so easily been avoided, was Toia's writing. Aside from some of the plot and technical issues (e.g. when you're caught between a rock and a hard place, always take the weapon!), the length of his screenplay's final cut runtime of 131 mins was absurdly long. There were far too many long, dragged out and unnecessary scenes. E.g. when kid's gangster dad dies, the ongoing crying, group hugs and whines was utterly and annoyingly ridiculous. And there were many of those scenes. So when I said "could've so easily been avoided", Toia either needed an experienced editor and/or seasoned writer to look over his script, and cut out at least 20-30 mins. His pacing was actually quite good, that a 90-100 min runtime could've made this film great, instead of just good.

Aside from Neal McDonough and Jose Rosete being the only recognizable and experienced actors, the remaining unknown and unexperienced cast performed impressively well. Sure, some where a little over the top and borderline annoying, but keep in mind they were being guided by an inexperienced director.

The film's location settings were beautiful. The score was actually not bad and fitting, especially considering almost every B film's score is usually unfitting, overbearingly loud and annoying. The S/VFX were on point... I'm mean those robots were "Chappie" quality viewing.

Toia is certainly an upcoming filmmaker to keep an eye out for. Thus with more positives against a few understandably amateur negative mistakes, Toia's Monsters of Man gets a very deserving 8/10 from me. I sure hope with his ending, a Part 2 will get made. To see my review and rating system, or more of my 1000+ reviews, click on my username.

Solid movie with good mostly unknown actors and great scenery

Yes, it was a bit long, but the whole story was well thought through and Neal McDonough and Brett Tutor were doing a good job, though the lead roles were kind of shared with the other actors. There was some not so professional acting too, but it was not killing the whole movie like it sometimes happens.There were no obvious logic holes in this movie which is nice for a movie so close to our current reality. What? Don't you think so?The movie was a bit bloody, but seriously, I guess it's a warning for reality. If the producers did not intent to send this message, well, you hear it from me.Robots and AI does not fit, but hey, I don't want a flat screen in my car either, just dials for rpm and speed. I hope they get away from the idea to stear the world with computers. Yes, I am a pure luddite that works with computers the whole day, that's why I am saying this movie is a look into our possible future.Ok, enough of my scary future predictions. Just don't be one of the three "innocents" we got in this movie.
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