Top 50 Robot Movies To Watch

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Are you a science and technology geek who loves to watch technological creations such as robotics on the screen? Here is the list of the best 50 robot movies which you enjoy and can enjoy impossible imaginations of the mind, which can be a reality in the near future.

Cinema shows the imagination of the minds on the screen. There were various things that were shown in movies first and then invented later. Holograms and drones are some examples of that. Who doesn’t even know Jarvis? I got inspired and developed my personal assistant in my college as a personal project although I am not attacking devils by using satellite-operated missiles, obviously.

Robotic movies are always received well by people because such movies show a futuristic world and always broaden the boundary of human imagination. These movies may or may not have won awards, but they definitely won the heart of the public.

1. RoboCop (1987)

RoboCop is an American science fiction action film produced by Arne Schmidt. The movie moves around the concept of using cyborgs as a cop. When Alex Murphy, a cop, gets injured, the city is turmoiled by the crime, and the city is on the brink of collapse. Then, a private corporation wins the contract from the city government to privatize the police force in order to eradicate crime from the city.


RoboCopThe story follows the journey of injured Murphy returning to the police force as a cyborg and eliminating the devils from the city but learning the wicked intentions of the company, he turned against them.

  • Director: Joshe Padilha
  • Writers: Joshua Zetumer, Edward Neumeier, Michael Miner
  • Stars: Joel Kinnaman, Gary Oldman, Michael Keaton


WALL-E is an American animated science fiction film produced by Pixar Animated Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. The film is set in the future when humans have left the earth and made colonies in space, and the entire earth is filled with trash, garbage, and cockroaches; we are talking about trash but does not involve humans, just my kindness, nothing else.


WALL-E (2008)

WALL-E lives alone on the earth, lives in his small house, collects his related items from the garbage and watches TV at his home, and sees how humans lived on earth 700 years before. 

The story follows the arrival of Eva, another robot sent by space humans to search for evidence of life on earth, and the meeting of these two robots and chaos around them following the love of Wall-e for Eva.

The film also shows the life of humans in space colonies where everything is done by robots which makes humans fluffier. The movie also commented on the final output of earth if our practices continue for the next some centuries. 

  • Director: Andrew Stanton
  • Writers: Andrew Stanton, Pete Docter

3. Terminator 2: Judgement Day (1991)

Terminator 2 is an American film released in 1991 and produced by James Cameron. James Cameron knows as an innovative filmmaker who never missed the opportunity to surprise the audience by pushing the boundaries with his novel filmmaking.

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Terminator 2 Judgement Day

The movie starts by showing the struggle going on between humans and artificial intelligence(Skynet) in 2029. Skynet sends T-1000, an advanced terminator, to kill John at his young age, followed by John Conor sending a terminator T-800 to protect himself from T-1000.

The film goes back to 1995 Los Angeles, where young John, along with Sarah Conor, John’s mother, and T-800, fight with Skynet and ultimately defeats them.

4. Terminator (1984)

Terminator is the first film of the terminator franchise, which was released in 1984 and produced by Gale Anne Herd. It is a science fiction film in which a cyborg was sent from the future in 1984 to kill Sarah Conor, whose unborn child is going to be a human savior. Kylie was also sent from the future to protect Sarah from Terminator(cyborg). 

The film follows the mission of the terminator to kill Sarah and how Kylie saves her from the cyborg. This movie is very advanced according to its time of release. 

  • Director: James Cameron
  • Writers: James Cameron, Gale Anne Herd
  • Stars: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton, Paul Winfield, Michael Biehn


5. The Iron Giant (1999)

The Iron Giant is an American animated science fiction film produced by Warner Bros. The movie has a runtime of 86min and shows the story of a nine-year-old boy and his friendship with a giant robot coming from deep space and the effect of their friendship on the earth.

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The Iron Giant (1999)

One night, Hogarth Hughes (nine-year-old) found a crashed object from space in the forest near the town of Rockwell, and he founds out that a 50 min tall object was trying to eat the transmission line. The Gian robot becomes the friend of Hogarth but the presence of the robot troubles the US government agent who wants to destroy that object. Now it’s Hogarth’s job to protect his friend.

  • Director: Brad Bird
  • Writers: Tim McCanlies, Brad Bird, Ted Hughes

6. Blade Runner (1982)

Blade Runner is a 1982 American film that is ahead of its time and relevant even today. The film was based on the novel, “Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep?” Harrison Ford and Rutger Hauer’s starter film is set in 2019 in Los Angeles, where Deckard tries to find four bioengineered humanoids called replicants who enter the earth illegally, and these replicants try to find their maker. 

This makes an interesting plot, and many interesting characters keep popping up throughout the movie. The key element of the movie is its ending which surprised the most. The movie gives the audience a touching ending instead of an action-packed drama.

  • Director: Ridley Scott
  • Writers: Hampton Fancher, David Webb Peoples, Philip K. Dick
  • Stars: Harrison Ford, Rutger Hauer, Sean Young
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Blade Runner (1982)

7. Short Circuit (1986)

Short Circuit is a science fiction American film released in 1986. This movie explores the idea of events that can happen if robots understand the meaning of death and to what extent artificial intelligence can go into survival mode. The movie is produced by David Foster and Lawrence Turman.

Short Circuit

Short Circuit (1986)

A U.S. military robot got struck by lightning through a power grid which made changes in its programming and fed consciousness into the robot. The robot left the military and learned about the concept of death when he killed the grasshopper accidentally and related the NOVA’s disabled order of him to his death.

This sets the movie to an interesting plot where a cat-and-mouse chase starts between NOVA and a robot named Number 5.

  • Director: John Badham
  • Writers: S.S. Wilson, Brant Maddock, Jay Tarses
  • Stars: Ally Sheedy, Steve Guttenberg, Fisher Stevens

8. Child’s Play (2019)

Child’s Play is a remake of a 1988 horror film with the same name and belongs to the same franchise. The movie tells the story of an artificial intelligence doll named buddy. When a programmer was fired by a manager in Vietnam, in revenge, the programmer disabled the safety features of the doll and shipped that doll to the export unit before committing suicide.

A young boy named Andy received that doll as a gift on his 13th birthday. The doll starts to simulate violent crimes seen on TV. After noticing the problem with the toy, Andy, along with his friends, tries to stop the doll.

  • Director: Tom Holland
  • Writers: Don Mancini, Chris Sarandon, Alex Vincent
  • Stars: Catherine Hicks, Chris Sarandon, Alex Vincent

Child’s Play (2019)

9. Big Hero 6 (2014)

Big Hero 6 is an American animated movie released in 2014. It was Disney’s first animated film which was also nominated for the BAFTA Awards. The movie was loosely based on the Marvel comic of the same name. The movie features the story of Hiro, a 13-year-old robotic nerd who has a flat-friendly robot named Baymax.

Big Hero 6


Baymax’s sole purpose is to take care of the people, but some chain of events happened in his life of Hiro which threw him into a dangerous situation. Then he transformed Baymax along with his friends to make a clan of high-tech superheroes.

  • Director: Don Hall, Chris Williams
  • Writers: Jordan Roberts, Robert L. Baird, Daniel Gerson

10. I, Robot (2004)

I, Robot is Will Smith’s science fiction action film produced by Laurence Mark, John Davis, Topher Dow, and Wyck Godfrey. The movie is set in 2035, where a detective comes across the case of the suicide of a scientist.

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I, Robot (2004)

Robots are common objects of the world and are programmed to live alongside humans. Detective Spooner, based on his initial investigation, suspects that this may be a murder, not a suicide. He wonders if robots can murder someone. Now with the help of Dr. Calvin, Detective Spooner have to find out the truth because if his suspicion is true, then it can be very dangerous.

  • Director: Alex Proyas
  • Writers: Jeff  Vintar, Akiva Goldsman, Isaac Asimov
  • Stars: Will Smith, Bridget Moynahan, Bruce Greenwood

11. Robot & Frank (2012)

Robot & Frank is an academic award nominee 20122 science fiction comedy-drama film released in 2012. The film features an old thief who now lives alone after completing his sentence in jail. Now he is getting old, and his memory is fading away. So he received a robot as a friend from his concerned son.

Frank Langella featured film explores how the old cat burglar found a heist companion in the robot and their adventure to save the library where Frank spent most of his time.

Robot & Frank

Robot & Frank (2012)

  • Director: Jake Schreier
  • Writers: Christopher Ford
  • Stars: Frank Langella, Peter Sarsgaard, Susan Sarandon

12. Transformers (2007)

Transformers is an American science fiction film based on Hasbro’s toy line of the same name. This movie is the first part of the transformers franchise and bursts the mind of the audience by showing the cars transformed into robots. The movie made a sensation at that time and the market filled with the toys of transformers.


Transformers (2007)

When Tim Witwicky buys his first car without knowing that it is actually an alien robot and this is not the only robot that has arrived on earth, evil transformers have also arrived, led by Megatron and committed to doing anything in search of Allspark. 

This sets an interesting plot point for an action-packed drama where Autobots led by Optimus and protagonist Tim Witwicky have to fight with Megatron and company in order to save the world.

  • Director: Michael Bay
  • Writers: Robert Orci, Alex Kurtzman, John Rogers
  • Stars: Shia LaBeouf, Megan Fox, Josh Duhamel

13. Real Steel (2011)

Real Steel is a science fiction sports drama film co-produced by Don Murphy, Susan Montford, and Shawn Levy. The movies are set in the future, where boxing is no longer a human sport; in fact, robots have replaced the humans in the ring.


Real Steel (2011)

This film features a former boxer, Charlie, who now has a hard time winning a fight with his robot. He tried different robots until his so found a robot in the trash name Atom and called this robot worth fighting. Atom went on the rampage to win the fights in a row but could be able to defeat Zeus, the king of robots?

  • Director: Shawn Levy
  • Writers: John Gatins, Dan Gilroy, Jeremy Leven
  • Stars: Hugh Jackman, Evangeline Lilly, Dakota Goyo

14. RoboCop 2 (1990)

RoboCop is the sequel of RoboCop in which RoboCop returns to protect the people of Detroit from crime, but this time, he has to face another RoboCop when a rogue OCP member secretly creates an evil RoboCop 2. It was not received well by the audience as compared to its first part, but it was still able to surprise the audience with its technicalities.

  • Director: Irvin Kershner
  • Writers: Edward Neumeier, Michael Miner, Frank Miller
  • Stas: Peter Weller, Nancy Allen, Belinda Nauer

RoboCop 2 (1990)

15. Westworld (1973)

It is an American science fiction film in which a malfunctioning robot creates havoc in the park. An amusement offers a vacation of a day in return for U$ 1000/day. The park offers adventurous life to its visitors, which includes interaction with modern robots.

In the amusement park, a robot got out of control and created problems for the visitors, and started destroying things. The movie got famous for its imagination and successfully took the audience on a trip of science fiction along with it.

  • Director: Michael Crichton
  • Writers: Michael Crichton
  • Stars:  Yul Brynner, Richard Benjamin, James Brolin

Westworld (1973)

16. 2001: A Space Odyssey

A Space Odyssey is an epic science fiction film released in 1968. The movie comments on the evolution of human beings and what human beings have learned after the evolution of millions of years; Machines can’t be learned properly in a short time. The movie was produced by Stanley Kubrick.


2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

The movie starts millions of years ago when the ancestors of humans were living on earth. The movies show their evolution and link with the modern space evolution of modern human beings. The movie beautifully shows how humans were the initials in space same as they were noobs on earth million years ago.

After finding the artifact on the lunar surface, a spacecraft was sent to Jupiter in order to find the origin of an artifact with a HAL supercomputer which has feelings like human beings. The plot follows the story of the exploration program of Jupiter, and the movie successfully amazes the audience considering it was released in 1968.

  • Director: Stanley Kubrick
  • Writers: Stanley Kubrick, Arthur C. Clarke
  • Stars: Keir Dullea, Gary Lockwood, William Sylvester

17. Batteries Not Included (1987)

The movie has a simple story of the struggle between a builder who wants folks to leave their house and the tenants who do not want to leave their home with a science fiction element of an alien robot who comes to rescue the old couple by using his super abilities.

  • Director: Matthew Robbins
  • Writers: Mick Garris, Brad Bird, Matthew Robbins
  • Stars: Hume Cronyn, Jessica Tandy, Frank McRae

Batteries Not Included(1987)

18. Ex Machina (2014)

Ex Machina is a science fiction thriller movie released in 2014. A young programmer named Caleb has won a competition to spend a week at the house of his company’s CEO, where he has to perform the Turing test on an artificially intelligent robot name Ava.

Nathan, the CEO of the company, lives on an isolated mountain where he has developed many AI robots and locked them in his house. The movie further explores the story of Ava as the protagonist and how she gains her freedom from Nathan’s house by manipulating Celeb.

  • Director: Alex Garland
  • Writers: Alex Garland
  • Stars: Alicia Vikandar, Domhnall Gleeson, Oscar Isaac

Ex Machina (2014)

19. Pacific Rim (2013)

Pacific Rim is an American science fiction action film that is set in the future when a war has emerged between humans and Kaiju. Kaiju is a monster creature that emerged from the deep pacific ocean. 

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Pacific Rim (2013)

The only defense mechanism for the protection of humanity is neural network-programmed robots. However, every attack done by Kaiju was more powerful than the previous one, so there was a need for a change in strategy in order to fight Kaiju. In response, humans activated a plan to destroy the portal beneath the ocean. Is the plan executed successfully?

  • Director: Guillermo del Toro
  • Writers: Travis Beacham, Guillermo del Toro
  • Stars: Idris Elba, Charlie Hunnam, Rinko Kikuchi

20. Ghost In The Shell (2017)

Scarlett Johansson starrer is a science fiction film that sets in the near future where a completely mechanical body is connected to the human brain. Dr. Ouelet is working on the technology of cybernetics, where human organs are enhanced artificially.

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Ghost In The Shell (2017)

The brain of a young child is connected to a mechanical body that lost her parents in cyber attacks. The movie is received well by the audience, and Scarlett looks good in this avatar of humanoid.

  • Director: Rupert Sanders
  • Writers: Shirow Masamune, Jamie Moss, William Wheeler
  • Stars: Scarlett Johansson, Pilou Asbaek, Takeshi Kitano

21. Bicentennial Man (1999)

Bicentennial Man is a science fiction film in which the Martin Family brings a robot to their home for the purpose of doing small tasks. Bust as the days pass, they notice that their robot is started developing feelings like humans. Robin Williams’s starrer film further builds the whole storyline on this plot.


Bicentennial Man (1999)

The movie spread across the time lime of two centuries and follows how a robot saves himself from destruction after understanding the concept of death.

  • Directors: Chris Columbus
  • Writers: Issac Asimov, Robert Silverberg, Nicholas Kazan
  • Stars: Robin Williams, Embeth Davidtz, Sam Neill

22. Alien (1979)

A spacecraft got an alien signal on their way returning home, and the crew decided to follow the signals, which landed them on the moon. The signal is quite cryptic, and it is a kind of warning instead of a signal.


Alien (1979)

On the moon, three crew members among seven found a big chamber on an abandoned spaceship. They found various large egg-like structures which attacked them with some kind of acid when they reached near the eggs.

  • Director: Ridley Scott
  • Writers: Dan O’Bannon, Ronald Shusett
  • Stars: Sigourney Weaver, Tom Skerrit, John Hurt

23. Enthiran (2010)

Enthiran is an Indian science fiction film released in 2010 and produced by Kalanathi Maran. This movie brings the concept of robots and artificial intelligence into Indian cinema. As expected, it was also received well by the Indian audience.

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Enthiram (2010)

The movie shows the story of a humanoid robot named Chitti. Chitti was developed by a brilliant scientist in his own image. Being impressed by the capabilities of Chitti, Dr. Vaseegaran decided to make Chitti more human by feeding human feelings into it. Chitti develops human-like feelings like love, anger, etc. He became capable of forming his own android army and posed a threat to the city.

  • Director: S. Shankar
  • Writers: Madhan Karky, Swanand Kirkire, S. Shankar
  • Stars: Rajinikanth, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Danny Denzongpa

24. Star Trek Generations (1994)

Star Trek Generations is an American science fiction film released in 1994 and produced by Rick Berman. The movie sets in the 23rd century when a maiden starship of USS Enterprise-B is pressed into a rescue mission to save refugees ships, and then events unfold, and caption Kirk has to sacrifice his life in order to save the passengers.


Star Trek Generations (1994)

  • Director: David Carson
  • Writers: Gene Roddenberry, Rick Berman, Ronaldo D. Moore
  • Stars: Patrick Stewart, William Shatner, Malcolm McDowell

25. The Stepford Wives

The movie was released in 1975 and produced by Edward J. Scherick. The movie sets in the town of Stepford, where a married couple recently moved in. The town was quiet and good, in fact, too good to be true. Jonna Eberhart noticed that the wives of this town were very strange.


Stepford Wives (1975)

The wives are very obedient and follow every instruction given by their husbands, which makes Jonna suspicious of them. She teams up with another visitor to find out the mystery of the wives of Stepford and what they found was very horrific.

  • Director: Bryan Forbes
  • Writers: Ira Levin, William Goldman
  • Stars: Katharine Ross, Paula Prentiss, Peter Masterson

26. Not Quite Human (1987)

Not Quite Human is a comedy science fiction American film that follows the story of an android name chip. Dr. Carson created a teenage robot and enrolled him in the school along with his son and named him Chip. Dr. Carson also stars teaching in the same school in order to closely monitor behavior of Chip.


Not Quite Human

A former employee of his has some evil ideas in his mind and steals the Chip in order to make some profit. The movie moves around this plot. It is a good one-time watch having light comedy.

  • Director: Steven Hilliard Stern
  • Writers: Alan Ormsby, Seth McEvoy
  • Stars: Jay Underwood, Alan Thicke, Robyn Lively

27. Not Quite Human II (1989)

It is the second part of its prequel Not Quite Human, which was released two years ago. Now Chip is in college and has some unique problems, which in easy language can be called love and a serious problem of having accidentally installed a virus in it. Due to the virus, Chip often loses control of himself and creates problems for other characters, but the film leaves the audience with a smile.

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Not Quite Human II

  • Director: Eric Luke
  • Writers: Eric Luke, Seth McEvoy, Kevin Osborn
  • Stars: Jay Underwood, Alan Thicke, Robyn Lively

28. The Day The Earth Stood Still (1951)

It is a science fiction film from the decade of the 50s produced by Julian Blaustein. When a spaceship landed on the earth after world war-2 with a human-like Alien and a huge robot and conveyed the message that humans must live in peace. Otherwise, they need to be eliminated as a danger to other planets.


The Day The Earth Stood Still

The Alien named Klaatu wants to convey this message to the representatives of all nations, but the conversion doesn’t go as expected. The movie comments on the adverse effect of wars not only on the earth but on the whole universe.

  • Director: Robert Wise
  • Writers: Edmund H. North, Harry Bates
  • Stars: Michael Rennie, Patrica Neal, Hugh Marlowe

29. Terminator 3: Rise Of The Machines

It is the third movie of the Terminator series released in the year 2003. After defeating Skynet terminator T-1000, John is now living his life freely off the grid, thinking he is safe now. But Skynet again sends a terminator Terminator-X more advanced and powerful than Terminator-1000.

The human resistance also sends a terminator named CSM-101 to protect john and a woman to protect them from advanced assassins and save them from nuclear attack.

Terminator 3 (2003)

Terminator 3 (2003)

  • Director: Jonathon Mostow
  • Writers: John Brancato, Michael Ferris, Tedi Sarafian
  • Stars: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Nick Stahl, Kristanna Loken

30. Terminator Salvation (2009)

It is another film about the terminator series. The movie is set in the year 2018 when the terminator killed most of humanity, and the survivors have been hiding from the machines.

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Terminator Salvation

John, the leader of the human resistance, is the sole survivor of the resistance after a failed attack on Skynet. John has to save Kylie while Skynet sends a whole army to kill John and Kylie. Meanwhile, a new weapon, half machine, and half human came on the resistance’s side; could he be trusted?

  • Director: McG
  • Writers: John Brancato, Michael Ferris
  • Stars: Christian Bale, Sam Worthington, Anton Yelchin

31. Screamers (1995)

Screamers is a science fiction horror film co-produced by Franco Battista and Tom Berry. The movie sets in the future when a military commander travels through space to break a peace deal in an interplanetary war and discovers that those weapons that they made to kill the enemies have now evolved themselves and have gained cognizance. 

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Screamers (1995)

After being betrayed by his own higher authority, the commander decides to negotiate a separate deal with the new bloc’s forces but to do so, he has to pass through a dangerous wasteland where he has to face threats from the same weapons that he helped in making.

  • Director: Christian Duguay
  • Writers: Philip K. Dick, Dan O’Bannon, Miguel Tejada-Flores
  • Stars: Peter Weller, Roy Dupuis, Jennifer Rubin

32. Eyeborgs (2009)

Eveborgs is an American science fiction film that comments on the possibilities of how can CCTV cameras can be hacked and used for inhumane purposes. The story follows a terrorist attack in the USA, after which the government linked all the CCTV cameras in the country into a single, all-seeing network called OCDN.

The system uses multiple artificial intelligent robots to monitor the CCTV camera in order to find out the suspects of any crime. These surveillance machines are called eyeborgs.


Eyeborgs (2009)

A federal agent found that physical evidence does not match the visuals of the OCDN system. Now he starts investigating the reasons behind that. Is there any possibility that the system was hacked and misused by criminals?

  • Director: Richard Clabaugh
  • Writers: Richard Clabaugh, Fran Clabaugh
  • Stars: Adrian Paul, Dale Girard, Mikey Wiseman

33. Shin Kido Senki Gundam Wing Endless Waltz

It is a Japanese animated science fiction film released in 1998. The movie shows the situations of wars between earth and space colonies. The movie follows the plot when the 5 Gundam pilots bring a peace deal between Earth and space colonies and then move on in their lives. But the peace deal did not sustain longer as the newly completed space colony announced war. Do pilots need Gundams again to fight a war or not?

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Shin Kido Senki Gundam Wing Endless Waltz

  • Director: Yasunao Aoki
  • Writers: Riki Takahashi, Yoshiyuki Tomino

34. Flight Of The Navigator

It is an American science fiction film based on the concept of time travel as well. A young boy goes missing in 1978 and is found in 1986 without aging a day. His family got surprised as well as happy by his arrival of him. Now the investigation starts about where he was in all those eight years. During the investigation, NASA founds that his mind is full of alien technical journals. Had he been with aliens all those years?

Flight of the navigator

Flight Of The Navigator

  • Director: Randal Kleiser
  • Writers: Mark H. Baker, Michael Burton, Phil Joanou
  • Stars: Joey Cramer, Paul Reubens, Cliff De Young

35. The Matrix (1999)

It is the first installment of the Matrix series, released in 1999. The movie deals with the question of what is real or reel. Often we ask questions about our actual existence. The film follows the story of Anderson, who is living two lives in the town. During the day, he is an average computer engineer and a hacker at night known as Neo.



Neo is always in search of his reality and what he found was quite shocking. The movie takes you to the world of cyber intelligence crime.

  • Director: Lana Wachowski, Lilly Wachowski
  • Writers: Lana Wachowski, Lilly Wachowski
  • Stars: Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Carrie-Anne Moss

36. Transcendence (2014)

Johnny Deep plays the character of a scientist whose love for artificial intelligence takes him on a dangerous path when he successfully installs his consciousness and all his emotions in the AI machine. Along with his consciousness, his drive for knowledge was also installed into a much more powerful and capable machine.

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Transcendence (2014)

  • Director: Wally Pfister
  • Writers: Jack Paglen
  • Stars: Johnny Deep, Rebecca Hall, Morgan Freeman

37. Chappie (2015)

Chappie is a dystopian science fiction film co-produced by Neill Blomkamp and Simon Kinberg. The movie sets in the future, where crime in cities is dealt with by the humanoid robot police force.

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Chappie (2015)

The problem starts rising when a robot is programmed differently, and the robot name Chappie gets the ability to think and feel for himself. The authority sees Chappies as a threat to humanity and strives for its destruction. Will they be able to see Chappie as the last of its own kind?

  • Director: Wally Pfister
  • Writers: Jack Paglen
  • Stars: Johnny Deep, Rebecca Hall, Morgan Freeman

38. Singularity 

Singularity is a 2017 science fiction film produced by Robert Kouba and Sebastian Cepeda. The movie sets in the year 2020, when VA industries launched their most powerful robot named Kronos, which is designed to end all wars. Kronos surprised all and declared humans as the threat to world peace and declared an all-out war on humanity.



Almost a century later, only a bunch of humans left and sought shelter to protect themselves from Kronos. In search, they reached a new world that seems to look human friendly but is this new world real?

  • Director: Robert Kouba
  • Writers: Robert Kouba, Sebastian Cepeda
  • Stars: Julian Schaffner, John Cusack, Carmen Argenziano

39. Passenger (2016)

It is a romantic science fiction film produced by Stephen Hellen. A passenger of a spaceship awakes about 90 years early due to a malfunction in a sleeping pod. Now he is all alone in a spaceship for the next 90 years. So he decided to open another sleeping pod for his company, and he chose a female passenger for his company.

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Passenger (2016)

40. A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001)

It is a pure robot science fiction film set in the near future when due to global warming, the ocean level rises up to a dangerous level, and all the coastal cities of the world are now submerged in the oceans. The movie sets in a time when robots have become very advanced and ready to replace humans.

Artificial Intelligence-David

A.I Artificial Intelligence

A robot kid named David is developed by this time and is the first to have feelings adopted by a mother named Monica as a substitute for his real son, who is frozen into disease and waiting for his death. David develops a feeling of love for his mother and lives happily with Monica, but the problem starts creating when his son returns home after curing his disease.

  • Director: Steven Spielberg
  • Writers: Steven Spielberg, Ian Watson, Brian Aldiss
  • Stars: Francis O’Connor, Haley Joel Osment, Jude Law

41. Bumblebee

It is an American 2018 film based on the character of Transformer(B-127), who starts to live off the grid in a small California town until a girl finds him completely scared and broken. The teenage girl is a brilliant mechanic who lives with his boyfriend and rebuilds the transformer. 


Bumblebee (2018)

The teenage girl named Charlie accidentally activates the signal that the Decepticons track down and heads towards the hearth to hunt down the B-127 transformer, meantime Charlie befriends B-127 and calls him Bumblebee. Will they together be able to defeat Decepticons? 

  • Director: Travis Knight
  • Writers: Christina Hodson
  • Stars: Hailee Steinfeld, Jorge Lenderborg Jr., John Cena

42. Implanted (2021)

It is a science fiction thriller film. The movie follows the story of a young girl who is struggling in her life with finances, so in order to support her finances, she took participates in an AI experiment where she will be planted with nanochip.


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The movie never slips off from its plot, and the fast-paced film shows the dilemma of a young girl when LEXX nanochip orders her to commit murder and kill those whom chip perceives as a threat. Refusing to follow, chip punished her with unbearable pain. Will she be able to move out from chip’s slavery?

  • Director: Fabien Dufils
  • Writers: Fabien Dufils, David Bourgie
  • Stars: Michael Girolami, Nader Boussandel, Scott Broughton

43. I’M Your Man (2021)

It is a German science fiction romantic film that also won an award in Berlin. The movie follows the story of a scientist who is assigned to an experiment in order to obtain her research fund.

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I’M Your Man (2021)

She has to live with a robot for three weeks which was created to make her happy. The story revolves around the story of a humanoid robot and a lady scientist.

  • Director: Maria Schrader
  • Writers: Jan Schomburg, Maria Schrader, Emma Braslavsky
  • Stars: Maren Eggert, Dan Stevens, Sandra Huller

44. Better Than Us 

The film sets in the year 2029, when robots become an important part of the world and lives adjacent to humans. Robots help humans in their work and help folks to raise their children. 


Better Than Us

The machine got the ability to think like humans, but in this environment family rebels against the machines and rejects living with robots. Will the family succeed in their mission?

  • Director: Alexander Kessel
  • Stars: Paulina Andreeva, Kirill Karo, Aleksandr Ustyugov

45. After Yang (2021)

After Yang is a science fiction drama film that follows the story of the child robot Yang, Jake and Kyra adopted Yang from a certified reseller, not from the original owner. When Yang becomes unresponsive, Jake goes on a mission to fix Yang; in his journey, he found about the previous life of Yang and his relationship with Ada in his past life.

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After Yang (2021)

  • Director: Kogonada
  • Writers: Alexander Weinstein, Kogonada
  • Stars: Collin Farrell, Jodie Turner-Smith, Malea Emma Tjandrawidjaja

46. Love, Death, And Robots

It is a collection of various animated short stories about robots spread across multiple genres, including science fiction, romance, fantasy, and horror. This animated series consists of standalone episodes not more than 22 minutes of runtime.

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Life, Death, and Robots

  • Creator: Tim Miller
  • Stars: Nolan North, Scott Whyte, Fred Tatasciore

47. Dr. Goldfoot And The Girl Bombs (1966)

It is an Italian science fiction drama film that follows the story of a scientist named Dr. Goldfoot. He is determined to coordinate with Chinese governments to create women explosive robots aimed at killing major generals of the NATO forces. Will he succeed in his evil plan?

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Dr. Goldfoot and the Girl Bombs, image credit:- IMDB

  • Director: Maria Bava
  • Writers: Franco Castellano, Giuseppe Moccia, Franco Dal Cer
  • Stars: Vincent Price, Fabian, Franco Franchi

48. Dr. Goldfoot And The Bikini Machine

It is the first venture of Dr. Goldfoot, released in 1965, in which, along with his partner Dr. Foot develops bikini beauties that are designed to manipulate and win the fortune of the most influential men in the world. 

An agent went behind robot 11 to track down and expose Dr. Foot, but would he be able to remain unaffected by bikini beauty’s charm?

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Bikini Machine (1965)

  • Director: Norman Taurog, Ishiro Honda
  • Writers: Robert Kaufman, James H. Nicholson, Elwood Ullman
  • Stars: Vincent Price, Frankie Avalon, Dwayne Hickman

49. Robots (2005)

It is a computer-animated science fiction comedy film produced by Blue Sky Studios. A world is shown in the movie, which is filled with apperceptive robots. The movie follows the story of a young robot Rodney who wants to join his idol inventor, Bigwed’s organization. 

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Robots (2005)

However, Ratchet becomes the new president of the company and constantly gives profits to the company, only working on new parts, which creates a catastrophic condition for old robots. Will Bigwed, along with old robots and Rodney, manage to regain his old position in the company? The movie shows how a corporate life in a robot world looks like and what can be their power struggles and problems.

  • Director: Chris Wedge, Carlos Saldanha
  • Writers: Lowell Ganz, Babaloo Mandel, David Lindsay-Abaire

50. Astro Boy (2009)

It is an animated science fiction film based in a futuristic metro city. A young robot named Astro was developed by a scientist as the spitting image of his son that he lost. Unfortunately, Astro is not able to live up to the expectations of the scientist, and being disappointed, he goes on an adventurous journey in order to find its acceptance.


Astro Boy

  • Director: David Bowers
  • Writers: Osama Tezuka, David Bowers, Timothy Harris

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