Love Death + Robots: Kill Team Kill (2022) – Review/ Summary (with Spoilers)

Government soldiers face off against a mecha bear that has killed dozens without mercy.


Community Rating: 75% (4 votes)

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Sgt. Morris (Joel McHale) and his Men ready for battle

Government soldiers face off against a mecha bear that has killed dozens without mercy.


Director(s) Jennifer Yuh Nelson
Screenplay By Philip Gelatt
Date Released (Netflix) 5/20/2022
Genre(s) Action, Sci-Fi, Animation, War
Duration 13 Minutes
Content Rating TV-MA
Noted Cast
Sgt Morris Joel McHale

This content contains pertinent spoilers.

Film Summary

Sgt. Morris and his team were on patrol, split from a much larger group. But, when they reconvene, the other group is massacred, and this giant cybernetic bear has every desire to make them next.

Things To Note

  • Reason(s) for Film Rating: Cursing (Yup), Violence (Gore, Blood, Gun Violence), Sexual Content (Starts off with someone peeing, and their penis shown), Miscellaneous (smoking)

Character Descriptions

Please Note: This character guide is not an exhaustive list of every cast member, and character descriptions may contain what can be considered spoilers.

Sgt. Morris

With a eccentric group under his command, Sgt. Morris tries to be the level-headed one who keeps them all in line.

Review


Community Rating: 75% (4 votes)


Highlights

It Does What Is Expected

In many ways, Kill Team Kill delivers what you expect. We got a sarcastic group of soldiers, this monstrous enemy who tears through people quicker than you can remember their names, and there are a lot of body parts strewn around, explosions, and jokes – even when someone is dying. All of which doesn’t really make Kill Team Kill rememberable in the long run, but it does make it entertaining in the short term.

Overall

Our Rating: Positive (Worth Seeing)

Kill Team Kill eeks out a positive rating purely because it doesn’t overstay its welcome. Thanks to that, even if, in general, you are accustomed to this kind of violence, Kill Team Kill gets to be brutal and avoid getting boring.

Who Is This For?

Those who like nearly non-stop action, sarcastic characters, and gory scenes.

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Sgt. Morris (Joel McHale) and his Men ready for battle
Love Death + Robots: Kill Team Kill (2022) – Review/ Summary (with Spoilers)
Overall
While run of the mill in terms of violence and characters, the short time commitment keeps Kill Team Kill from being a blemish in this volume.
Highlights
It Does What Is Expected
Disputable
80

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