Monsters of Man (2020)

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TitleMonsters of Man
Year2020
CountryAustralia
GenreScience Fiction (Movies)
CollectionRobots
Run Time2h 11 min
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A US weapons manufacturer tests its 4 killer robots on heroin producers in the Golden Triangle in SEAsia. It goes haywire. Six American doctors must fight for their lives after four weaponized robots wipe out a village in Southeast Asia.

Parents need to know that Monsters of Man is a graphically violent movie about killer robots set loose in the jungle as a trial run for a potential military contract. It’s long, violent, and not particularly kind to non-White-male characters, but the robots are cool, and it has interesting themes about accountability and life. Many characters are killed, some in shocking, gruesome ways. Expect heavy guns and shooting, explicit blood and gore, explosions, a robot stomping on someone’s head, a man stabbing and killing a woman, and more. Death does have meaning here, though: A child cries over his dead parents, and other characters mourn the fallen. Language is also extremely strong, with near-constant use of “f–k,” “s–t,” and more. There’s mild flirting and brief kissing, and a character smokes cigarettes.

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A US weapons manufacturer tests its 4 killer robots on heroin producers in the Golden Triangle in SEAsia. It goes haywire. Six American doctors must fight for their lives after four weaponized robots wipe out a village in Southeast Asia.

Parents need to know that Monsters of Man is a graphically violent movie about killer robots set loose in the jungle as a trial run for a potential military contract. It’s long, violent, and not particularly kind to non-White-male characters, but the robots are cool, and it has interesting themes about accountability and life. Many characters are killed, some in shocking, gruesome ways. Expect heavy guns and shooting, explicit blood and gore, explosions, a robot stomping on someone’s head, a man stabbing and killing a woman, and more. Death does have meaning here, though: A child cries over his dead parents, and other characters mourn the fallen. Language is also extremely strong, with near-constant use of “f–k,” “s–t,” and more. There’s mild flirting and brief kissing, and a character smokes cigarettes.

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