Love Death + Robots produces its first sequel, and it features the three comedic robots continuing their exploration of the remains of human civilization.


Director(s) Patrick Osborne
Screenplay By John Scalzi
Date Released (Netflix) 5/20/2022
Date Released (Youtube) 5/19/2022
Genre(s) Adventure, Comedy, Sci-Fi, Animation
Duration 10 Minutes
Content Rating TV-MA
Noted Cast
XBT 4000 Gary Anthony Williams
K-VRC Josh Brener
Elena Katie Lowes

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Film Summary

Once again, XBT 4000, K-VRC, and a third robot tour what is left of humanity. This time, they visit the last strongholds of poor humans, rich humans, and a launchpad for those who escaped to Mars.

Things To Note

  • Reason(s) for Film Rating: Cursing (Rare If Ever), Violence (Blood, dead bodies), Sexual Content (A Dead Man’s Penis)

Review

Highlights

The Humor

While operating under subjective humor, there is no denying certain moments, like an AI for tech millionaires like Elena, can lead to some laughs. That and the more natural-sounding robots making their assumptions and asking questions about humanity. Also, the humor being equal opportunity when going after the poor who wanted civilization to end and the rich, who figured they could isolate and seclude themselves and wait things out.

Seeing More Of The Last Days Of Human Civilization

It’s rare to get a sequel to a short that is a short. So the opportunity to see more of their post-apocalyptic world and see the various ways humanity tried to survive after the robot uprising was interesting. Especially since it didn’t just focus on one sect of humanity but focused on the rich, poor, and government officials and covered far more bases than to be expected.

Who Is This For?

Those who enjoyed the first entry into the Three Robots series and people who love sarcastic humor that has a slightly dark undertone.

LOVE DEATH + ROBOTS Directory

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First Aired 3/15/2019

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Three Robots: Exit Strategies improves on the original by showing us more of the human world while maintaining the humor expected.
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