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Family | Sci-Fi
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 2.0  
Run Time:
87 min
IMDB Rating:
5 / 10 
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Directors: Stephen Shimek [Director] ,

Movie Description:
James Miller has only one friend in the world, his beloved Labrador Retriever, Rex. But when a strange capsule lands in the his backyard and a robot dog emerges, his life will never be the same. The robot dog identifies himself as RoboRex, and tells James that he has come from the future to stop an evil man named Professor Apocalypse from taking over the world, along with his wily robotic Destructo-Cat. Now with the help of Rex and RoboRex, James embarks on a heroic and heart warming adventure to save the future! —Anonymous


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Wholesome family fun...

I sat down in 2022 to watch the 2014 family sci-fi movie "The Adventures of RoboRex" together with my 11 year old son. And I must admit that from the movie's cover alone it was definitely a movie that had a family vibe to it, though it seemed like a fast-paced family movie though.

Never having heard about "The Adventures of RoboRex" prior to watching it, I didn't know what to expect from writers Kristi Shimek and Stephen Shimek, so the writers had every opportunity to impress me and deliver a wholesome movie experience. And I will say that they definitely did manage to do so.

Sure, this was a family movie, but it was actually well-enough written so that my 11 year old son was genuinely entertained by the movie's story and the visuals of the movie. I found "The Adventures of RoboRex" to be adequately entertaining for what it turned out to be.

Granted "The Adventures of RoboRex" was not a movie with high end CGI effects to blow the audience away, but I will say that the special effects and CGI worked out well enough in favor of the movie most of the time. So that definitely added something to the overall feel of director Stephen Shimek's 2014 movie.

The acting performances in the movie were good, and the only familiar face for me on the cast list was Ethan Phillips (playing Randy Jenkins).

All in all, then "The Adventures of RoboRex" is actually adequate entertainment for the family if you sit down to watch it. However, it wasn't a movie that I would personally return to watch a second time though.

My rating of "The Adventures of RoboRex" lands on a five out of ten stars.

Well done family movie with a sci fi twist.

Roborex is a delightful movie. It's a bit of science fiction written around the very human scale story of a son and father trying to cope with the loss of their mother and wife, who's absence from their lives forces them to work at a more understanding relationship between the two.

In the meantime, the science fiction part of the story provides an energetic and enjoyable adventure.

The saving grace in both story elements is the loyal and intelligent Rex, a dog any of us would feel blessed to have in our lives.

The script, acting, sets, special effects and production values are well executed.

Watch this! You won't be disappointed.
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