While the 2002 film version was very lame most of the time. The scene where we first meet the Vox-114 was funny. As Dr. Hartdegen goes to leave.
Vox: Live long and Prosper!
Notice that despite being a hologram he's still just as snarky as a human!
Also, Vox's insistence on performing a selection from the score of the (fictional) Andrew Lloyd Webber musical adaptation of The Time Machine... including creating extra iterations of himself to sing harmony.
Meta-example: The Uber-Morlock's Pinhead-looking getup is made from rubber car mats. You will never look at him the same way again.