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National Lampoon Presents: Robodoc (2008)





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In a world filled with sleazy lawyers, heartless insurance companies, and a healthcare system on the verge of collapse -- there is a solution. Doctors used to be only human -- but not anymore! Meet Robodoc, the perfect doctor who never makes a mistake. After all, his programming won't allow it! Alums from classic comedies such as Police Academy, Soap, and Married... With Children star in this Airplane-meets-ER-meets-Mannequin send-up of modern healthcare.
R (for crude sexual content and nudity)
Comedy , Drama , Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Michael Winslow
as Dr. Murphy
David Faustino
as Jason Dockery
Alan Thicke
as Dr. Roskin
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Critic Reviews for National Lampoon Presents: Robodoc

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A stumbling satire of a malpractice-marred medical profession, Robodoc has a sitcom-trained cast that should be able to land the one-liners. What's missing are the one-liners.

Full Review… | September 24, 2008
Orlando Sentinel
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Audience Reviews for National Lampoon Presents: Robodoc


Satiric indictment of the healthcare and legal industries? Nope. Semi-funny National Lampoon movie with lots of breasts, innuendo, sex jokes, and masturbatory humor? Yep.

John Wagner
John Wagner

You know a movie is going to suck when it opens with a man stumbling from a car crash still holding the wheel. Sadly, it only gets much, much worse from that point on. If I can prevent a single person from watching this movie, all the pain I endured from watching this would be worth it. Here's a sample: "There's a mime in room A." "What's wrong with him?" "Didn't say."

Alex Carawan
Alex Carawan

Congrats to my buddy, Steve Maddocks, for pulling off directing this National Lampoon movie. If it's not one of the 'Vacation' movies, then you know what you're gonna get with ANY Lampoon movie. This is right in line with those others, a silly script, cheesy acting, and a few beautiful ladies. Steve and his wife, Dorie, both had good cameo roles in it, too. Support my friend and buy it, but know that it's not the greatest. I'd really only give it a 2.5 normally.

Jonathan Grubbs
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