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Automatic

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Robgen industries newest security system is ”The J Series Automatic”, an android model designed and programmed to protect humans from violent attacks. But one night, an Automatic named J269 discovers a Robgen executive trying to rape a female employee named Nora Rochester. While trying to stop the crime, he inadvertently kills the executive. At this point, J269 then calls Goddard Marx (his creator and a Robgen chairman) to inform him of the incident. Marx tells the android to stay there with Rochester until help arrives, but Marx is intent on sweeping the fiasco under the rug by sending mercenaries to eliminate both J269 and Rochester. Now the two are fugitives on the run from a para-military hit squad.

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Automatic is not just a movie, it is life as it is, without embellishment, John Murlowski perfectly revealed the harsh, sometimes funny, but most importantly, real reality.

The movie was released in 1995, its main advantage is a really solidly cobbled together plot, in which the main characters are correctly revealed.

I don`t understand whether Action, Horror, Science Fiction, Thriller has outlived its usefulness, or whether the writers have forgotten how to write interesting ornate stories, this movie reminded me of a bunch of others, the director did not introduce anything fundamentally new.

In this movie, the concepts of `good` and `evil` are well intertwined, 90 min minutes fly by unnoticed, but after watching, there is a feeling of some kind of understatement.

John Murlowski is a fine fellow, he didn’t place all his bets on the plot, but concentrated on spectacular artistic techniques: metaphorical and technical, which is why the movie turned out to be so catchy.

The movie keeps tight grip on until the final credits, despite the fact that Annabelle Gurwitch, Daphne Ashbrook, Dennis Lipscomb, Jeff Kober, John Glover, Marjean Holden, Olivier Gruner, Penny Johnson, Philip Rosch, Troy Evans performed their roles rather weakly, probably Stanislavsky himself would have told them: `I don’t believe`.