- Director: Josh Janowicz
- Writer: Josh Janowicz
- Producer: Ryan R. Johnson; Sunil Perkash; Martin Sprock
Where to start with this one? Seriously, it's difficult to pinpoint!
Let's start with Sophie...a character so annoying, so high-maintenance, so unbearably righteous, so bloody lazy...she married a fortune, lives in a mansion [just as high-maintenace as her], becomes dis-employed and yet she moans...and moans...and [perpetually] moans. Give it a goddamn rest, luv!
So...out of righteous intentions, she sacks the servants - rendering them unemployed [with 2 years salary as compensation] and ripe for deportation! To 'help' out around the mansion, this young couple invest in a robot...not just any robot, but a perfectly-buttocked, lawn-mowing, terrifically-toned, bisexual Adonis! [Who devours Dickens and dicks!] Who wrote this!?!
Buttocks feature prominently in Life Like - a source of great enjoyment...as the actors twist their bodies into incredible shapes so as not to expose their peckers to the camera. It's [unintentionally] hysterical!
There's the robot-maker...the slimiest man you would never want to meet...far less buy an extremely expensive, perfectly-buttocked, lawn-mowing, terrifically-toned, bisexual robot from!
As you may have guessed...the 'robot' dabbles with both his owners...the bathroom scene really has to be seen to be 'believed'!
Then...there's the 'twist' - it's an absolute howler...and, rather baffling...as to how this director-cum-writer thought he could 'sell' this to an audience.
It's all just a little bit too silly...as for the final scene: What was that all about?!?
An idealistic attractive young couple acquires a stunning, life-like robot for guilt free help, but as the three grow closer, their perception of humanity will be altered forever.
Cast & Characters
James D'Arcy as Julian
Addison Timlin as Sophie
Steven Strait as Henry
Drew Van Acker as James
Mark Famiglietti as Ronald Gitts
Ellen Michelle Monohan as Jessica
Nicholas Baroudi as Agent Mulroy
Hilary Barraford as Mary
Lisann Valentin as Social Worker
Justine J. Hall as Rosa
Akaash Yadav as Jeremy
Zealand Tallman as Young Henry
Martin Sprock as Barry
Mikaela Holmes as Angie