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My kids liked it. The robot dog was well done, but seems like all the money for this film was spent on CGI effects. Acting was mediocre, script and plot was very poor. It took way too long for the beginning to even get to see the robot-beginning dragged on. Painful for parents, good for younger kids.
it fealt like i was watching an ABC afternoon movie. Uninspired actors, poor script, and a completely guessable plot. Im sure your kids will like it.
Sadly, Oliver Daly's kid-oriented feature only strains hopelessly for Amblin Entertainment-style magic. The result is that A.X.L. feels in desperate need of repairs.
A-X-L may be a dog, but he’s designed to be a weapon, so he looks like nightmare fuel. And nightmare fuel usually isn’t the best centerpiece for a family-friendly flick.
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A.X.L. stands for Attack, Exploration, and Logistics. It’s a top secret, advanced artificial intelligence project created by the military, but more importantly: IT’S A ROBOTIC DOG! When this very good boy escapes the lab, he’s discovered by a young man named Miles (Alex Neustaedter) and together they form a special bond built on trust and loyalty. And dirt-biking – because it takes a little more than a leisurely stroll on a leash to entertain a robotic dog! But will their friendship be enough to keep each other safe from the scientists who want their project back? This is a story about the lengths best friends will go for each other. Even if one of them is a dog. That’s a robot.
Did we mention this is a movie about an kick-a$$ robotic dog?
- Becky G
- Alex Neustaedter
- Eric Etebari
- Dorian Kingi
- Stacey Arwen Raab
- Niko Guardado
- Patricia De Leon
- Alex MacNicoll
- Madeline Bertani
- Sam Upton
Did You Know?
- Lucy Hale's first major film role, since the ending of Pretty Little Liars.