Robot cartoon movie list



Want to know the 10 best Japanese cartoon movies ? One thing's for certain—the Japanese know how to do animation. Japanese cartoon movies have their own unique appearance and style. The best of these movies should have engaging storylines, amazing animation, and get great responses from their viewers.

Гладиатор (2000)
# 46 on IMDb Top Rated Movies »

Michelle Williams »
# 72 on STARmeter

A scheming raccoon fools a mismatched family of forest creatures into helping him repay a debt of food, by invading the new suburban sprawl that popped up while they were hibernating...and learns a lesson about family himself.

When a son of a gangster shark boss is accidentally killed while on the hunt, his would-be prey and his vegetarian brother decide to use the incident to their own advantage.

The story of an uptown rat that gets flushed down the toilet from his penthouse apartment, ending in the sewers of London, where he has to learn a whole new and different way of life.

Boog, a domesticated 900lb. Grizzly bear, finds himself stranded in the woods 3 days before Open Season. Forced to rely on Elliot, a fast-talking mule deer, the two form an unlikely friendship and must quickly rally other forest animals if they are to form a rag-tag army against the hunters.

3. WALL-E (2008)
From its nearly wordless first half to its hilarious slapstick finale, from its heartrending portrait of an environmentally devastated Earth to its biting vision of humanity grown alarmingly pudgy from comfort and stasis, this is one of Pixar’s greatest films. And it’s the rare film that manages to put a non-humanoid robot at its center, complete with his non-humanoid robot love interest.

5. The Matrix (1999)
The great fear underlying artificial intelligence movies is the notion that after a certain point, the world won’t need us anymore.  The Matrix  gives that idea one of its most resonant portrayals: In this future, humans are used as batteries for giant robot creatures while their minds are kept busy with a virtual reality simulacrum of the world. Thus, it brings together the technological fear inherent in most robot stories with a Zen questioning of the nature of reality. Years later, it’s still fantastic.

6. RoboCop (1987)
Paul Verhoeven’s masterpiece is a lot funnier than you might remember. It’s also a lot more violent, as we spend much of the movie watching gentle hero cop Murphy (Peter Weller) slowly edge his way towards his inevitable — and inevitably brutal — comeuppance, whereupon he will be transformed into the futuristic cyborg of the film’s title. To be fair, that technically makes RoboCop  not  a robot — he’s part human, after all — but the film is all about this push-pull between Murphy’s human side and his robot side.

8. Westworld (1973)
What the hell did Michael Crichton have against amusement parks, anyway? Years before he wrote  Jurassic Park , the author wrote and directed this ridiculously fun sci-fi Western-horror satire about a futuristic park where the android entertainers, chief among them a gunslinger played by Yul Brynner (doing a robot riff on his character from  The Magnificent Seven ), go haywire and start killing the visitors.

9. The Stepford Wives (1975)
Saying that  The Stepford Wives  is a robot movie would be considered a spoiler in some quarters, since that’s actually the grand reveal — that these mindless, doting, superficial, immaculately coiffed housewives are, in fact, machines. A seminal film that brings together many of postwar America’s great neuroses in one dark comedy: our obsession with class, the suburbs, sexual relations, and technology.

10.   The Iron Giant (1999)
Brad Bird’s touching animated film, based on Ted Hughes’s children’s book, is an underseen marvel. It marries two seemingly opposite concepts: the fact that robots often symbolize all our fears of unchecked technological progress with the idea that having a robot buddy is the ultimate childhood fantasy. It’s a wonderful family drama, a great kids’ movie, and an exciting plea for peace. And it’s still got the best performance of Vin Diesel’s career, as the voice of the Giant.

Though the appearance of robots has changed over the years, the artificial lifeforms have remained a steady staple within the science fiction genre since the beginning of cinema itself -- perhaps most famously in 1927's Metropolis .

But there have been plenty of robot movies in the last 90 years. The following 10 films are the best of the best in terms of their portrayal of robots.

The entire Star Wars series is full of robots and cyborgs and various other artificial lifeforms, but it’s 1977’s Star Wars that first introduced the world to a pair of lovable bots named C-3PO and R2-D2 .

The pair’s unusual friendship – C-3PO seems to be the only one who can understand R2’s beeps and whistles – stands as the backbone of the entire original trilogy , which confirms their place as perhaps the most iconic non-living characters in cinematic history.

It’s hard to believe that WALL-E doesn’t speak a word of dialogue throughout Pixar ’s 2008 masterpiece, as the character is even more compelling and sympathetic a figure as his human counterparts.

WALL-E’s pursuit of a fellow robot named EVE is genuinely romantic and thoroughly engaging, and it’s impossible not to feel a burst of emotion when the pair finally do get together at the end of the movie.


Want to know the 10 best Japanese cartoon movies ? One thing's for certain—the Japanese know how to do animation. Japanese cartoon movies have their own unique appearance and style. The best of these movies should have engaging storylines, amazing animation, and get great responses from their viewers.

Гладиатор (2000)
# 46 on IMDb Top Rated Movies »

Michelle Williams »
# 72 on STARmeter

A scheming raccoon fools a mismatched family of forest creatures into helping him repay a debt of food, by invading the new suburban sprawl that popped up while they were hibernating...and learns a lesson about family himself.

When a son of a gangster shark boss is accidentally killed while on the hunt, his would-be prey and his vegetarian brother decide to use the incident to their own advantage.

The story of an uptown rat that gets flushed down the toilet from his penthouse apartment, ending in the sewers of London, where he has to learn a whole new and different way of life.

Boog, a domesticated 900lb. Grizzly bear, finds himself stranded in the woods 3 days before Open Season. Forced to rely on Elliot, a fast-talking mule deer, the two form an unlikely friendship and must quickly rally other forest animals if they are to form a rag-tag army against the hunters.

3. WALL-E (2008)
From its nearly wordless first half to its hilarious slapstick finale, from its heartrending portrait of an environmentally devastated Earth to its biting vision of humanity grown alarmingly pudgy from comfort and stasis, this is one of Pixar’s greatest films. And it’s the rare film that manages to put a non-humanoid robot at its center, complete with his non-humanoid robot love interest.

5. The Matrix (1999)
The great fear underlying artificial intelligence movies is the notion that after a certain point, the world won’t need us anymore.  The Matrix  gives that idea one of its most resonant portrayals: In this future, humans are used as batteries for giant robot creatures while their minds are kept busy with a virtual reality simulacrum of the world. Thus, it brings together the technological fear inherent in most robot stories with a Zen questioning of the nature of reality. Years later, it’s still fantastic.

6. RoboCop (1987)
Paul Verhoeven’s masterpiece is a lot funnier than you might remember. It’s also a lot more violent, as we spend much of the movie watching gentle hero cop Murphy (Peter Weller) slowly edge his way towards his inevitable — and inevitably brutal — comeuppance, whereupon he will be transformed into the futuristic cyborg of the film’s title. To be fair, that technically makes RoboCop  not  a robot — he’s part human, after all — but the film is all about this push-pull between Murphy’s human side and his robot side.

8. Westworld (1973)
What the hell did Michael Crichton have against amusement parks, anyway? Years before he wrote  Jurassic Park , the author wrote and directed this ridiculously fun sci-fi Western-horror satire about a futuristic park where the android entertainers, chief among them a gunslinger played by Yul Brynner (doing a robot riff on his character from  The Magnificent Seven ), go haywire and start killing the visitors.

9. The Stepford Wives (1975)
Saying that  The Stepford Wives  is a robot movie would be considered a spoiler in some quarters, since that’s actually the grand reveal — that these mindless, doting, superficial, immaculately coiffed housewives are, in fact, machines. A seminal film that brings together many of postwar America’s great neuroses in one dark comedy: our obsession with class, the suburbs, sexual relations, and technology.

10.   The Iron Giant (1999)
Brad Bird’s touching animated film, based on Ted Hughes’s children’s book, is an underseen marvel. It marries two seemingly opposite concepts: the fact that robots often symbolize all our fears of unchecked technological progress with the idea that having a robot buddy is the ultimate childhood fantasy. It’s a wonderful family drama, a great kids’ movie, and an exciting plea for peace. And it’s still got the best performance of Vin Diesel’s career, as the voice of the Giant.


Want to know the 10 best Japanese cartoon movies ? One thing's for certain—the Japanese know how to do animation. Japanese cartoon movies have their own unique appearance and style. The best of these movies should have engaging storylines, amazing animation, and get great responses from their viewers.

Гладиатор (2000)
# 46 on IMDb Top Rated Movies »

Michelle Williams »
# 72 on STARmeter

A scheming raccoon fools a mismatched family of forest creatures into helping him repay a debt of food, by invading the new suburban sprawl that popped up while they were hibernating...and learns a lesson about family himself.

When a son of a gangster shark boss is accidentally killed while on the hunt, his would-be prey and his vegetarian brother decide to use the incident to their own advantage.

The story of an uptown rat that gets flushed down the toilet from his penthouse apartment, ending in the sewers of London, where he has to learn a whole new and different way of life.

Boog, a domesticated 900lb. Grizzly bear, finds himself stranded in the woods 3 days before Open Season. Forced to rely on Elliot, a fast-talking mule deer, the two form an unlikely friendship and must quickly rally other forest animals if they are to form a rag-tag army against the hunters.


Want to know the 10 best Japanese cartoon movies ? One thing's for certain—the Japanese know how to do animation. Japanese cartoon movies have their own unique appearance and style. The best of these movies should have engaging storylines, amazing animation, and get great responses from their viewers.

Гладиатор (2000)
# 46 on IMDb Top Rated Movies »

Michelle Williams »
# 72 on STARmeter

A scheming raccoon fools a mismatched family of forest creatures into helping him repay a debt of food, by invading the new suburban sprawl that popped up while they were hibernating...and learns a lesson about family himself.

When a son of a gangster shark boss is accidentally killed while on the hunt, his would-be prey and his vegetarian brother decide to use the incident to their own advantage.

The story of an uptown rat that gets flushed down the toilet from his penthouse apartment, ending in the sewers of London, where he has to learn a whole new and different way of life.

Boog, a domesticated 900lb. Grizzly bear, finds himself stranded in the woods 3 days before Open Season. Forced to rely on Elliot, a fast-talking mule deer, the two form an unlikely friendship and must quickly rally other forest animals if they are to form a rag-tag army against the hunters.

3. WALL-E (2008)
From its nearly wordless first half to its hilarious slapstick finale, from its heartrending portrait of an environmentally devastated Earth to its biting vision of humanity grown alarmingly pudgy from comfort and stasis, this is one of Pixar’s greatest films. And it’s the rare film that manages to put a non-humanoid robot at its center, complete with his non-humanoid robot love interest.

5. The Matrix (1999)
The great fear underlying artificial intelligence movies is the notion that after a certain point, the world won’t need us anymore.  The Matrix  gives that idea one of its most resonant portrayals: In this future, humans are used as batteries for giant robot creatures while their minds are kept busy with a virtual reality simulacrum of the world. Thus, it brings together the technological fear inherent in most robot stories with a Zen questioning of the nature of reality. Years later, it’s still fantastic.

6. RoboCop (1987)
Paul Verhoeven’s masterpiece is a lot funnier than you might remember. It’s also a lot more violent, as we spend much of the movie watching gentle hero cop Murphy (Peter Weller) slowly edge his way towards his inevitable — and inevitably brutal — comeuppance, whereupon he will be transformed into the futuristic cyborg of the film’s title. To be fair, that technically makes RoboCop  not  a robot — he’s part human, after all — but the film is all about this push-pull between Murphy’s human side and his robot side.

8. Westworld (1973)
What the hell did Michael Crichton have against amusement parks, anyway? Years before he wrote  Jurassic Park , the author wrote and directed this ridiculously fun sci-fi Western-horror satire about a futuristic park where the android entertainers, chief among them a gunslinger played by Yul Brynner (doing a robot riff on his character from  The Magnificent Seven ), go haywire and start killing the visitors.

9. The Stepford Wives (1975)
Saying that  The Stepford Wives  is a robot movie would be considered a spoiler in some quarters, since that’s actually the grand reveal — that these mindless, doting, superficial, immaculately coiffed housewives are, in fact, machines. A seminal film that brings together many of postwar America’s great neuroses in one dark comedy: our obsession with class, the suburbs, sexual relations, and technology.

10.   The Iron Giant (1999)
Brad Bird’s touching animated film, based on Ted Hughes’s children’s book, is an underseen marvel. It marries two seemingly opposite concepts: the fact that robots often symbolize all our fears of unchecked technological progress with the idea that having a robot buddy is the ultimate childhood fantasy. It’s a wonderful family drama, a great kids’ movie, and an exciting plea for peace. And it’s still got the best performance of Vin Diesel’s career, as the voice of the Giant.

Though the appearance of robots has changed over the years, the artificial lifeforms have remained a steady staple within the science fiction genre since the beginning of cinema itself -- perhaps most famously in 1927's Metropolis .

But there have been plenty of robot movies in the last 90 years. The following 10 films are the best of the best in terms of their portrayal of robots.

The entire Star Wars series is full of robots and cyborgs and various other artificial lifeforms, but it’s 1977’s Star Wars that first introduced the world to a pair of lovable bots named C-3PO and R2-D2 .

The pair’s unusual friendship – C-3PO seems to be the only one who can understand R2’s beeps and whistles – stands as the backbone of the entire original trilogy , which confirms their place as perhaps the most iconic non-living characters in cinematic history.

It’s hard to believe that WALL-E doesn’t speak a word of dialogue throughout Pixar ’s 2008 masterpiece, as the character is even more compelling and sympathetic a figure as his human counterparts.

WALL-E’s pursuit of a fellow robot named EVE is genuinely romantic and thoroughly engaging, and it’s impossible not to feel a burst of emotion when the pair finally do get together at the end of the movie.

Along with the employees of Planet Express, Futurama includes a large array of characters: co-workers, media personalities, business owners, extended relatives, townspeople, aliens, and villains . Many of these characters were created for one-time gags, background scenes or other functions in the Futurama universe. A number of them have gained expanded roles and subsequently starred in their own episodes. Other characters started out as background characters, and have been used to personify new roles later on in the series.

The main characters are listed first; all other characters are listed in alphabetical order. Only main, supporting, and recurring characters are listed. For more detail on recurring characters, see List of recurring characters in Futurama .


Want to know the 10 best Japanese cartoon movies ? One thing's for certain—the Japanese know how to do animation. Japanese cartoon movies have their own unique appearance and style. The best of these movies should have engaging storylines, amazing animation, and get great responses from their viewers.


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    Want to know the 10 best Japanese cartoon movies ? One things for certain—the Japanese know how to do animation. Japanese cartoon movies have their own unique appearance and style. The best of these movies should have engaging storylines, amazing
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