It has Adrian Paul (Person who helped passed the law for the robots after his wife gets killed.) from Highlander and the guy from Machete, Danny Trejo
(The conspiracy theorist). Thought it was pretty good, but, we already have cameras located in NY watching the people, while they're doing their daily
activities and cameras in the UK doing the same thing. Only two places that I know of. Besides states with like cameras on the stoplights, in case you
run a red. Now, Japan or China has made this funky robot that follows you everywhere you go.
Well, The movie is a mixture of all three plus conspiracy, but the robots fool everybody making them think they have a president that's running the
country. We already know that they have built robots but, what if this was really going on?
I'm not going to give the spoiler away.
Here's the trailer:
edit on 25-6-2011 by Manhater because: (no reason given)
I am sure this is going on. I think they can do it threw your cell phones. I was watching batman dark night and in the movie they use, sonar like
technology in cell phones to get a vivid image of the area. They wear using sound waves to bounce off the walls and make a image. Their are sound freq
that we cant hear. I believe they have the ability to do this. As far as walking camera's, I think it would be smarter to make it nano like a fly or
some kind of bug. They have nano cams in the med field that can look around the inside of our body's. We know they have technology witch can control
bugs and animals remotely.
Originally posted by PhoenixOD
OMG that film was sucked so hard. Bad script , bad acting ,low production value , laughable storyline , cliched characters and over all just boring! I
had to tun it off after 50 mins.
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