StevenF Review of Battle Drone

The action adventure film Battle Drone was released on March 1, 2018 and is rated PG-13. A group of mercenaries are duped into becoming targets for an arms dealers latest armament, remote controlled robotic soldiers. The actors are a group of unknowns so, even though their characters are fairly-well fleshed out, the dialogue is a bit predictable.

There is plenty of action in this movie, some blood but no gore, and some scenes use stop motion action which is pretty interesting. Some elements of the story line I have seen before and were a bit boring. Some scenes were unbelievable, i.e. one guy using a pistol to shoot off the transmitter on a dish antenna from about a 1/2 mile away. One fight scene tended to be repetitious and overly long. I suppose if you are a big fan of action movies, you will be enthralled with this one. I watched it all the way through and was mildly entertained.

Would I buy this film? No. Would I recommend it? Yes, especially if you like action movies. Would I watch it again? Not willingly. As I said, Battle Drone had some interesting technical qualities, but as for logic factors of the story, not so much. I give it 3 1/2 stars out of 5.

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2 thoughts on “StevenF Review of Battle Drone

  1. Remmy Meggs

    There were no Terminators here, thank Goodness, and there were no get deadlier as we go robots. Finally a sensible film about the future of robotics. It was definitely more logical than previous SciFi robot movies, except for a human shooting a pistol a half mile to get a small target. I enjoyed this and will watch it again.

  2. PaulM

    I enjoyed this film and the action was good as well as some humour. I agree with the comments as it was more believable than most robot based movies, however it will only be a matter of time before there are autonomous fighting machines 😉

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