A time travel movie, that was also a dance movie - this cross genre dance off between robots from the future and modern day dancers was a crowd pleasing visual feast - although it's a pity that there sound quality wasn't up to the task.
Awesome low budget costume making, an interesting and original premise and overall well executed, Robots vs Humans is worth a watch for the dance moves and costumes alone - but the team have a way to go in both story and technical before being ready for the big time. Still - a very visually entertaining entry and I expect more from 10-4 big red in the future!
I would have given this short a better score as I quite liked the overall feel of it, unfortunately for me the sound issues at the beginning kind of spoilt the movie for me. I did love the premise though. Way to go team 10-4 big red!
Hardly anybody wants to draw music/dance, and I bet this team was with the majority. Nevertheless, they really ran with the ball and had some very enjoyable long sequences (as well as some that got tired). The robot costumes were inspired, even if the storyline (robots come back in time to... dance) left a lot to be desired. Lots of dancing in this film, but the camera never really gave anyone a chance to shine. Also a film with a LOT of smoke, and enjoyable, even some pyrotechnics. Nifty special effects and I think they gave the whole experience a damn good shot.
Not sure why these robots travelled back in time to get Sydney or why they had to have a dance off, it felt like they wanted musical/dance as a genre instead. Some funny parts to it when the robots go back to the future to prepare for the dance off and hammer a whole lot of stuff on the bench.
The line felt like it was thrown in and I must have missed the toy but the dolly zoom was nice.
This team seemed to have a lot of fun making their film. Costumes and dancing were great, technically it wasn't fantastic and I struggled to hear the dialogue at points but overall not a bad effort.
A slick film about a badass dance off between time-travelling-robots and a bunch of present day humans. This film looked great, but too many effects on the robots voice meant I didn’t totally understand WHY this dance off was going on. I think it was a Terminator-esque, must-stop-the-thing-before-it-happens time travel story. The robot costumes were deliberately and hilariously restrictive on the actors, especially in the scene of them trying to upgrade themselves in a workshop. The dance off itself was really well lit and choreographed. Ultimately though, the story here doesn’t really go anywhere, and it definitely felt like more of a Dance/Musical than a Time Travel film.