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BTDesign Award
Cybermutt (2002)

Cast: Judd Nelson, a dog

Director(s): George Miller

Language: English

Genre: Science Fiction


This made-for-television sci-fi comedy concerns a wacky scientist, Alex (Judd Nelson), whose life is saved by an unselfish dog when he almost gets hit by a car. Wanting to show his gratitude, Alex performs an operation on Rex that gives him new and exciting superpowers. But trouble arises when rivals of Alex arrive on the scene demanding the installed chip from Rex's body.


motleymitch wrote on August 7, 2006, 1:51 am
This is a rare instance where Darrell and I watched a good 20-30 minutes of this drivel and deemed it bombable, without having watched the rest. There is NOTHING that could've saved it.
Definitely made-for-TV quality. We watched a grizzled and chubby Judd Nelson talk on a phone for 10 minutes. We saw a golden retriever lie around. We got to see through the dog's POV in C-rate FX akin to when we see what the Terminator sees, but much less thrilling.
"What's that, boy? You hear someone in the next room?" Don't ALL dogs already have superior senses? Oh yeah, the dog chases a criminal out of a building and bites his car tire, deflating it.
What powers!
Lame lame lame lame lame lame lame lame.......
...poor dog.

Deril wrote on August 8, 2006, 10:34 am
WORST dog movie EVER !!

this was SOOOO freakin' bad. It would have been cool had the cybermutt actually had powers that my 10 pound poodle didn't have. Milo (my dog) can ALSO hear people in the next room, HEY! maybe he's a cybermutt too !!

This is beyond bomb. Giving it a bomb (and the 1/2 star that comes with it) is being way too generous
motleymitch wrote on August 8, 2006, 10:52 am
Cybermutt has the awesome power to relax after a bath!

motleymitch wrote on August 15, 2006, 1:32 am

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