Top 20 Robots in Film Pt.2

Welcome to the science fiction realm where we’ll be listing our favorite robots, androids, and cyborgs characters in film.

20. Annalee Call – Alien: Resurrection (1997)

Annalee Call was an Auton and an engineer aboard the smuggling ship the Betty. She acted as a sleeper agent aboard the Betty with the aim of killing Ripley 8 before the Xenomorph Queen gestating inside of her could be harvested for study.

19. ED-209 – RoboCop (1987)

The Enforcement Droid, Series 209, or ED-209, are a fully-automated series of peacekeeping machines created by Omni Consumer Products. Currently, the units are programmed for urban pacification, but OCP has also negotiated contracts with the military for use in war.

18. Hound- Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014)

Hound is a technical specialist and highly experienced, gutsy Autobot commando. He is a boisterous warrior who throws himself into every mission with large array of guns and ammo.

17. AMEE – Red Planet (2000)

AMEE, Autonomous Mapping Evaluation and Evasion, is a robot designed for the U.S. Marine Corps and designed for intelligence gathering via direct reconnaissance, but is capable of autonomous scouting and guerilla warfare. AMEE goes into Military Mode when the MARS-1 crew attempted to shut it down to salvage its mapping module.

16. Omnidroid – The Incredibles (2004)

They are a series of superhero-killing battle robots created by the supervillain Syndrome as part of Operation Kronos. The Omnidroids are programmed with an artificial intelligence that allows them to learn as it fights its opponents and to solve any problems they encounter.

15. Quintessa – Transformers: The Last Knight (2017)

The mysterious and powerful sorceress Quintessa professes to be the goddess of Cybertron and the creator of the Cybertronians. Quintessa is a ruthless, genocidal psychopath with massive delusions of grandeur.

14. Sonny – I, Robot (2004)

Sonny is a modified NS-5 robot. He was created by Alfred Lanning and becomes an ally of Susan Calvin and Del Spooner after the death of his creator.

13. Borg Queen – Star Trek: First Contact (1996)

The Borg Queen is the central nexus of the Borg Collective and brings order to the legions of voices within the Hive mind.

12. Atom – Real Steel (2011)

Atom is a beaten up chrome-colored sparring bot.

11. Vision – Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)

Vision is an android who possesses a synthetic vibranium body created by Ultron and Helen Cho, along with the powerful gem known as the Mind Stone. Originally conceived as the perfect form for Ultron, the body was stolen by the Avengers, after which it was re-purposed by Tony Stark and Bruce Banner, who uploaded the remnants of Stark’s personal A.I. J.A.R.V.I.S. into it.

10. Rachael – Blade Runner (1982)

Rachael is the latest replicant experiment of Eldon Tyrell. After imprinted with false memories, Rachael was a secretary for the Tyrell Corporation and assisted Tyrell in running operations.

9. David – Prometheus (2012)

David is a David 8 series synthetic who served as a crew member aboard the USCSS Prometheus, whose mission on LV-223 was to search for answers about humanity’s past.

8. BB-8 – Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens (2015)

A skittish but loyal astromech, BB-8 accompanied Poe Dameron on many missions for the Resistance, helping keep his X-wing in working order.

7. Dot Matrix – Spaceballs (1987)

Dot Matrix was the droid of Honor for Princess Vespa at her wedding. Yeah, she’s a ripoff of C-3PO from Star Wars but she’s funny and a helluva lot less annoying.

6. WALL-E – WALL-E (2008)

WALL-E (Waste Allocation Load Lifter: Earth class) is one of millions of WALL-E robots left (actually the last functioning one) on Earth to clean up.

5. Bumblebee – Transformers (2007)

Bumblebee is one of Optimus Prime’s most trusted lieutenants although not the strongest or most powerful of the Autobots, more than makes up for this with a bottomless well of luck, determination and bravery.

4. T-800 – The Terminator (1884)

The Cyberdyne Systems Model 101 Series 800 Terminator was sent by Skynet in 2029 to Los Angeles in 1984 to kill Sarah Connor. t was the first of the Infiltrators sent back on assassination missions by Skynet.

3. General Grievous – Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (2005)

Grievous was the Kaleesh cyborg general and leader of the Droid Army of the Confederacy of Independent Systems during the Clone Wars. Originally a Kaleesh warrior from the planet Kalee, he chose to receive cybernetic implants to increase his combat prowess. He was recruited by Count Dooku to lead the Separatist Droid Army, and trained in the art of lightsaber combat.

2. Gipsy Danger – Pacific Rim (2013)

Gipsy Danger is a Mark-3 American Jaeger and one of the oldest Jaegers still in active combat after Cherno Alpha.  Piloted by the Becket brothers, Yancy and Raleigh, the Mark-3 Jaeger was constructed at the Jaeger testing facility on Kodiak Island and tasked with defending the Alaskan coastline. It is accredited with four Kaiju kills in the span of four years.

1. Ultron – Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)

Ultron was an artificial intelligence peacekeeping program created by Tony Stark from the decrypted code derived from the Mind Stone, retooled by himself and Bruce Banner with the intent of protecting Earth from all new domestic and extraterrestrial threats. Possessing multiple host bodies under his control as well as a variant of Stark’s own personality, Ultron deemed humanity itself as the greatest threat to peace on Earth and attempted to create a technological singularity by committing genocide against them and restarting the entire world in his image.

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