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* MinimalistCast: Just one person and a bunch of robots.


Robot World is a ScienceFiction film by Neil Rowe.

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Robot World [[quoteright:350:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/robot_world.png]]

''Robot World''
is a ScienceFiction film by Neil Rowe.


* ApocalypticLog: In a small shed, the astronaut finds [[spoiler:an old film reel of a family celebrating when a large attack occurs]].

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* ApocalypticLog: In a [[spoiler:a small shed, shed]], the astronaut finds [[spoiler:an old film reel of a family celebrating when a large attack occurs]].

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* ApocalypticLog: In a small shed, the astronaut finds [[spoiler:an old film reel of a family celebrating when a large attack occurs]].

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* [[spoiler: UrbanRuins]]: [[spoiler:Among the ruins the astronaut encounters on Earth are a suspension bridge, a residential area, and a military bunker.]]

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Robot World is a ScienceFiction film by Neil Rowe.

A lone astronaut (Ian Rowe) is slingshot through space to a distant earth-like planet to see if it has intelligent life. When he arrives, however, he finds the planet to be rather empty, but luckily has breathable air.

Unfortunately, while he does find others on the planet, they're all robots programmed to target any organic life they come across.

The Film was released on December 4th, 2015.

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!!Robot World contains examples of:
* AttackDrone: The astronaut is attacked by these on occasion.
* CoversAlwaysLie: The humanoid robot with [[GunsAkimbo a gun in each hand]] on the cover? He never shows up.
* [[spoiler: EarthAllAlong]]: [[spoiler: The planet the astronaut ended up on was really Earth after robots wiped out all organic life... or at least all life in Britain.]]
* HeelFaceTurn: One of the robots finds the astronaut and, rather than kill him, joins him and follows him around.
* KillerRobot: The land is crawling with them, and they attack the astronaut upon seeing him.
* NoEnding: The astronaut sees aircrafts approaching in the distance... [=THE END=]!
* RobotDog: Robots with a quadrupedal built are encountered that seem to behave in this manner. One even joins the astronaut in his journey.
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