10 Most Popular and Best Sci-Fi Robots and Droids


In this blog you will find the 10 Most Popular and Best Sci-Fi Robots and Droids.

When we say sci-fi movies, the bottom line comes to robots and droids in one way or another. We come across robots and droids frequently in many movies until today. We have listed these machines, which are sometimes part of our fearful dreams and sometimes our fantastic dreams, which can be cute or scary in mind.


MOTHER – I AM MOTHER

MOTHER – I AM MOTHER
The figure “mother” also continues binary gender stereotypes insofar as the robot is clearly a female entity, with a female voice and the clearly gendered designation “mother”. In order to raise a child, it seems, it needs a being that can be read as female. Most of the apocalyptic science fiction scenarios in the film are characterized by a clear distinction between “good” and “bad”, although it is of course always the “good” who survive in the end. Such a distinction is to a certain extent patriarchal again, because it suggests an objective and absolute moral authority. The goddess of this story, however, is not an absolute moral authority, nor is any other figure in the story


AVA - EX MACHINA

AVA - EX MACHINA
Think of the more and more intelligent devices we surround ourselves with on a daily basis, which we happily feed with information. Combining that with the steadily growing sex robot industry, 'Ex Machina' hardly feels like science fiction anymore. It is the classic story of man's relationship to technology, and of how it ultimately pushes us aside. As consumers, we are quick to let ourselves be seduced by a beautiful exterior and be impressed by the many possibilities of technology. It is only when it is too late that we realize that we have caused our own downfall. In addition, it's just the tip of the iceberg.


WALL-E

WALL-E
Opening the doors to the world of emotional robots, the animated film is about a very distant future. The human race has made the world overflowing with garbage uninhabitable. The only remedy is to colonize in space. That is why they left the world by building a large spaceship. Winning the Oscar for Best Animated Feature of the Year in its era, the film tells a charming story in the style of Charlie Chaplin movies. But while telling this lovely story, his fiction about the future world makes you feel a little uncomfortable and thoughtful. It is depicted of a future where people are obese and forget to even walk, do not need to look at each other's faces, lack to produce, get what they want without trying, and robots are more human than humans. What makes the movie so sincere is our hero, Wall-e. He is a positive and loving character who is happy with the little things, takes advantage of what he has and creates a new world. "Can the robot feel?" He answers the question and says look from this angle.


DAVID 8 - PROMETHEUS

DAVID 8 - PROMETHEUS
David 8 is the fictional character and droid from the 2012 movie Prometheus by Ridley Scott. David is dying to make his own life. One day, he gets rid of his prisoner and starts to have his own variants designed. David; It is one of the most interesting and weird robots because they have no human emotions. Although he has no emotions, he can shed simulated tears whenever he wants. He is also seen as a creepy character by many cuts. Prometheus is not a visionary film in terms of science fiction cinema, but it is impressive enough to add 'intelligence' to the genre again. Referring to the thinking science fiction times of the s, the film is flawless at the technical stage. Outer space shots also make you want to watch it over and over again in sequences that take place on the planet.

 


B1 BATTLE DROIDS – STAR WARS

B1 BATTLE DROIDS – STAR WARS
The command officers, easily recognizable by their yellow markings, acted as relays for the guidance signals of the droid control ship. The knapsacks of these speaking droids, which were used on almost all combat ships of the Trade Federation, were also equipped with a com device that connected them to the primary channels of the central computer. Well-known command officer droids were OOM-9 , OOM-14, and OLR-4 .


DALEKS - DOCTOR WHO

DALEKS - DOCTOR WHO
Daleks are famous robots that we regularly see in the legendary cult British TV series "Doctor Who." The Daleks have become popular and almost all science fiction fans know them. They entered our lives with the Doctor Who episodes published in 1963. They have been featured in many episodes until today. Daleks are passionate, immortal and ruthless robots. They are thought to have disappeared completely in one episode, but it is later understood that it is not. This ruthless and totalitarian nature of the Daleks is capable of creeping thousands of viewers on the screens.


OPTIMUS PRIME - TRANSFORMERS

OPTIMUS PRIME - TRANSFORMERS
Transformers fans aside, Optimus Prime leads the legendary fictional robot that is known and is loved by almost the whole world. With his heroism and imposing appearance, he has inspired many things from toys to song lyrics. His most well-known and appreciated characteristics are being a good hero and his kindness. Prime is a wise and war genius General. He carries a "Leadership Matrix" on his chest. We have seen this robot in almost all Transformers movies.


General Grievous

General Grievous
General Grievous is a half-human, half-droid cybernetic war machine found in the Star Wars universe. Kaleel, where he was originally born and raised, was an honorable warrior who fought to protect his planet from invaders and save his people from hunger and misery. In an assassination attempt, he found himself a lost soul forced to exist in a droid body. With the advantages of both his warrior genes and being a droid, he terrorized the Jedis as the "Knight Hunter". It is known that General Grievous killed over a hundred Jedi and collected from lightsabers. Besides this war, he was also fighting a great war within himself. He was never content to be a cyborg, he always wished he was dead in the crash. Obi-Wan Kenobi was the name that carried him to the end he expected.He is also one of the most important characters in the animated series called Star Wars: The Clone Wars.


R2-D2

R2-D2
One of the main characters of the Star Wars universe, this dear friend, who is more than a food processor, was given as a gift to Anakin by the lover of Anakin Skywalker - Padmé. Unlike other droids, we can even imagine that our droid, who can talk to Anakin, who is a Great Jedi, can humor, and when necessary, can cut Anakin, has a soul. Unlike droids whose memory is normally erased after each mission, Anakin never erased the memory of this droid, and when Anakin was a Jedi, he served as an assistant droid on Anakin's spaceship. However, after Anakin took the Sith side and the Republic collapsed, Luke Skywalkera, son of Anakin Skywalker, began to serve by the Force. It played an important role in the destruction of Death Star 1 and 2 - the Death Star, the deadliest weapon of the Empire in the Star Wars series, and also the central base of the Empire. Thanks to his success in the post, he got rid of the Recycling program. Thanks to his sympathy, barrel look, and unexpected achievements from a droid, he has built a huge fan base.


CHAPPIE

CHAPPIE
Chappie focuses on the events following the use of robot police against increasing crime rates in Africa in the near future. Our robot can think and feel emotions after Chappie is recoded again by Dane . However, people perceive these robots as a threat. This robot, which came out recently, has become one of the robots that have managed to be remembered again.

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