War of the Robots (1978)
La Guerra dei Robot
Reactor
Robots
Stratostars

Nomination Year: 1992
SYNOPSIS:  Description of the movie's "plot" goes here.

"Whoops!"

"Hey, that hurts." Smack.
The fight scenes with the out-of-order shots. And the ending where "it's fantastic to be alive, especially after being so close to death."

[At roughly 7:00 am, after 13 hours in the editing room, Tony Winkler and I queued up the War of the Robots WP clip to the time entry on Bryan's ballot and realized, for the first time, that he'd nominated the same clip for Whoops! and Worst Picture. We considered going out into the next room, waking him up, and asking him to pick a new clip -- possibly for as much as five full seconds. --G.]

Worst Special Effect

Who Won the Cake?
The musical space-walk, with strings attached and the shadow of the crane holding the guy up.

Worst Acting

His Face Is Overshadowed by...the Rest of His Face
The bushy-eyebrowed hero's acting, especially when he meets Yul Brynner From Space.

Worst Picture

"Hey, that hurts." Smack.
The fight scenes with the out-of-order shots. And the ending where "it's fantastic to be alive, especially after being so close to death."

[At roughly 7:00 am, after 13 hours in the editing room, Tony Winkler and I queued up the War of the Robots WP clip to the time entry on Bryan's ballot and realized, for the first time, that he'd nominated the same clip for Whoops! and Worst Picture. We considered going out into the next room, waking him up, and asking him to pick a new clip -- possibly for as much as five full seconds. --G.]

Actors/Directors of Note
Actor Claim to Fame
Antonio Sabato Father of Antonio Sabato, Jr. 
Yanti Sommer  
Malisa Longo  
Roberto Bianchetti  
Giacomo Rossi-Stuart  
Roger Browne  
Aldo Canti  
Director Claim to Fame
Alfonso Brescia he also wrote Choke Canyon 

Anne O'Nymous

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