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Runaway

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Set in the near future, a robot-hunting cop whose job is to capture malfunctioning robots discovers a sinister plot of a sicko high-tech wizard, who wants to produce killer robots. 
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Film4
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May 24, 2003

It's rubbish, frankly, but rubbish in the nicest, most entertaining way possible.
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Moviehole

May 06, 2005

Sci-Fi fun with the always solid Selleck
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New York Times

May 20, 2003

Mr. Crichton has a much better feel for the film's gadgets than for its human players.
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Journal and Courier (Lafayette, IN)

December 25, 2002

A weak s-f offering.
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Mania.com
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January 09, 2015

A cautionary tale about robots run amok that ages as badly as keyboard ties and shoulder pads.
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FulvueDrive-in.com

February 17, 2006

A nifty futuristic thriller which effectively casts rock-star Gene Simmons as a very bad guy who just oozes evil. A fun flick.
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Variety
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July 22, 2008

This Michael Crichton robotic nightmare is so trite that the story seems lifted from Marvel Comics.
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Sci-Fi Movie Page
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January 15, 2005

Takes itself way too seriously.
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TV Guide
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November 05, 2008

Selleck provides a thoughtful performance, coming across as a real, feeling person instead of the expected Rambo-esque tough-guy stereotype.
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New Times

July 31, 2004

Fun sci-fi romp, with an absolutely classic turn by Gene Simmons as the villain. Coulda done without the extended make-out scene over the end credits.
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Time Out
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June 24, 2006

Once it turns from the hardware and the action to people, you can hardly believe your eyes or your ears.
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Empire Magazine
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November 05, 2008

Lady-cop-robo-fun. Nothing really profound here but who cares?
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