Robo-Dog: Airborne

Synopsis: After an accident causes Robo-Dog to get lost and lose his memory, he is taken in by a new family. Tyler enlists the help of Barry as they scour the town in search of their missing robotic best friend.
Genre: Family
 
IMDB:
6.0
G
Year:
2017
88 min
2 Views

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[Tyler] My name is Tyler Austin,

and this is my best friend

in the whole world, Robo-Dog.

He may look like a normal dog,

but he's actually a robot,

with some really cool gadgets,

like a robotic hand.

He also has cool powers

like super-speed.

Oh, and did I mention that he can talk?

I am Robo-Dog.

[Tyler] Robo-Dog is the best,

and I can't imagine ever

being apart from him.

(proud music)

Let's do this.

(powerful music)

Ready to test Robo-Dog, Tyler?

Ready.

Barry.

Are you ready to test Robo-Dog?

Hold on, technical difficulties.

Is that thing recording?

(bumbling music)

Hold on.

I got you guys in slow motion mode

and I don't know how to get it off.

No no no.

Just stop recording

and you just swipe the button.

How hard can it be?

Barry, you put your finger on the button

and you swipe it.

Tom, I'm swiping it.

May I be of some assistance?

Oh, you swipe.

Thanks, Robo-Dog.

Right, and continue.

Gentlemen, you're about

to witness the initial test

of Robo-Dog Upgrade 42,

a little program I like to refer to

as the Wilbur and Orville program.

Oh, the popcorn guys?

Did you install a popcorn machine?

That would actually

be a pretty good idea.

Next time, Tyler.

Guys, I'm referring to

the Wright brothers.

Tom, I'm pretty sure

they didn't invent the popcorn machine.

Barry, let's forget about

popcorn for the moment,

because I'm trying to share

something extremely cool

with you guys.

Robo-Dog, are you ready?

Affirmative.

Guys, hold on to your hats,

because things are about

to get a little crazy.

Initiating Robo-Dog Upgrade 42.

Wow!

In...

Three,

two,

one,

ignite.

Whoa!

Dad, that's so awesome!

You think that's awesome, Tyler?

Watch this.

Robo-Dog, go!

Yeah, go Robo-Dog!

(Tom laughs)

(Robo-Dog laughs)

Yikes.

[Robo-Dog] All right!

(alarm beeping)

Uh-oh.

What happened?

Oh no!

Jiminy jumper nuts!

One of his gyroscopes is malfunctioning.

Robo-Dog, come home, now!

Affirmative!

Dad, do something!

All right, son, how about this?

[Robo-Dog] Whoa!

I cannot stop!

[Tom And Tyler] Duck!

[Robo-Dog] Look out!

(troubled music)

I'm okay.

I'm okay.

(Robo-Dog screams)

(crashing)

Oh no.

That's one big hole.

Robo-Dog!

That was fun.

Again!

All things considered,

I think that that was quite success...

Skittles!

Ful.

Robo-Dog, are you okay?

Better than ever.

I think you should've gone

with the popcorn machine.

Okay.

The new rule is no

flying until I fix you.

The good news is all we

have to do is fix your gyro

and you should be fine.

Gyros.

Lunch, anybody?

Lunch!

What time is it?

The time is 11:
15am and 37 seconds.

[Tyler And Tom] 11:15?!

And 39 seconds.

The science fair, we gotta go!

I can fly us.

Robo-Dog, what did I just tell you?

Right, no flying until I fix you.

Let's go!

Where you guys headed?

I gotta present my

invention at the science fair.

Wanna come?

I can't.

I have an event that I have to attend,

but good luck though.

Thanks, Barry.

Dad, what about the pothole?

Right.

Don't you guys worry.

I'll take care of it.

Got the perfect thing in my car.

Do you really think that we

should trust Barry to do this?

Definitely not, son,

but we're late.

(bemused music)

(tires squealing)

(crashing)

What the heck?

Hey, did you do this?

All you have to do is

input someone's voice

and you can find them?

Yeah.

For example, speak into this microphone.

Hello.

Now speak again.

Speaking again.

(device beeping)

Ah, see, found just where you were.

Interesting.

How far can you go with this thing?

I've tested it up for six miles.

Very impressive, young man.

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