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* CrowningMomentOfFunny: For a bad movie, there is at least one funny joke during the escaped future slave's description of the cyborg masters to Anne, a former prostitute turned nun.
-->'''The Runaway:''' They want us to do the work!
-->'''Anne:''' Yeah. I've known some pimps in my time.
* EnsembleDarkhorse: A random gang-member who's dressed like some kind of French revolutionary caught the eye of Mike and the Bots, who gave him a bit of dialogue.
** And, of course, '''FRED BURROUGHS!!!'''
%% * EsotericHappyEnding: See the FridgeHorror entry below.
* FightSceneFailure:
-->'''Mike (as The Runaway):''' So when you edit it it'll look like I'm hitting him, right?
* {{Glurge}}: The ending has what sounds like a ''6 year old girl'' calling the Teen Troubled Hotline.
* HilariousInHindsight: The film went through so much DevelopmentHell, the third crew remarked it would be great if ''Future War'' ended up on ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000''.
* {{Narm}}:
** "Monsters in the 'hood," and "Driiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiive!"
--->'''Crow:''' Look, how much more can I drive? There's no inherent quantity of driving I can increase! If you want me to go ''faster'', you need to tell me that.
** Everything related to the "halfway house for huge guys."
** The Runaway calling himself a tool. Yes, yes you are.
* PoorMansSubstitute: The Runaway, Daniel Bernhardt, is a European martial artist with a thick accent. Doubles as ActorAllusion, as Bernhardt was also the Poor Man's Substitute for Van Damme in the ''Film/{{Bloodsport}}'' sequels.
%% * SnarkBait: Yeah?
* SoBadItsGood: This movie is ''endearingly'' incompetent. The crew at ''WebVideo/BestOfTheWorst'' called it "so bad it's ''awesome''" and that the most amazing thing about the film was that adults made it.
* SpecialEffectsFailure:
** Oodles. The cyborgs are guys wearing Laser Tag vests and clown make-up, the dinosaurs are puppets, and then there is the news team. To quote Mary Jo Pehl:
-->"There's a moment in this movie which is kind of heartbreaking. There's a brief scene where a television news reporter is doing a live remote stand- up. His cameraman is using a pretend card-board camera; it's a taped-up box with a lens apparatus taped to it. That made us sad."
** One of the more inexplicable ones: The Cyborg and dinosaur POV shots make it clear that these enhanced supersoldiers from the future see "considerably worse than humans". Things are either so pixellated as to be completely indistinct (Cyborgs) or simply... red (Dinos).
** The first cyborg's white facepaint vanishes between shots when fighting the Runaway.
--->'''Servo:''' Hey, he looks better without makeup!
--->'''Crow:''' Yeah, he's so ''pretty''; he really doesn't need it.
** During the climactic church fight, the Runaway's scars disappear and reappear from shot to shot, as Mike gleefully points out.
%% * WTHCostumingDepartment: "PLAID AVENGERS, HOOOOOOOOOOO!"
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