In the new sci-fi movie "Surrogates," humans live out their every fantasy through robotic doppelgangers. (Apparently Bruce Willis's fantasy involves wearing the worst hairpiece in the history of cinema.)
Of course that means
lots of sexy robots making out and going wild in clubs. (Robot
clubs are notoriously the wildest.)
In honor of the lifelike, sexed-up robots of "Surrogates," we present our tribute to the sultry mechanized humanoids who fry our circuits. They're hot, obedient and want to subjugate humanity. What more can you ask for?
10. Call (Winona Ryder), "Alien Resurrection"
We'll be honest -- we've completely forgotten everything about this movie outside of Winona Ryder
's role as an android. (Who knew Joss Whedon
wrote it?) Ryder joins a long line of cool androids in the "Alien" franchise. But unlike Bishop, her sexy robot form isn't ripped apart by the alien queen. Plus, she's the only android who once dated the lead singer of Soul Asylum.
9. Fembots, "Austin Powers" movies
Scantily clad Fembots have turned up in everything from the "Six Million Dollar Man" to the Vincent Price/Frankie Avalon classic "Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine." But only the "Austin Powers" variety fires bullets from their bikini tops. Ah, the days when Mike Myers was funny.
8. Eve (Renee Soutendijk), "Eve of Destruction"
Eve is a government-created robot built in the image of a sexy scientist (the never-seen-again-in-America Dutch actress Soutendijk). It's up to actor/dancer Gregory Hines to stop her from blowing up and taking everyone with her. Perhaps he can stop her with some perfectly timed jazz hands.
7. Tie: Arcee (Susan Blu), "Transformers the Movie" and "Alice" (Isabel Lucas) from "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen"
The sole female Transformer, Arcee is basically the Smurfette of the franchise. Her introduction in the 1986's animated "Transformers" movie (the one with Orson Welles) led boys to have uncomfortable feelings towards a curvy 2D pink robot. Meanwhile, Alice looks like any sexed-up coed from the Michael Bay school of casting until the metal tail comes out. Even with a robot tongue, she's more convincing as a human being than Megan Fox.
6. Cherry 2000 (Pamela Gidley), "Cherry 2000"
"Cherry 2000" is one of those futuristic sci-fi movies from the '80s where everything kind of looks like the '80s. Nonetheless, it's a fun bit of nonsense with Melanie Griffith as a punk rock "tracker." Gidley plays the blonde, perfect robo-wife of the title who freezes up while making out her with husband on a wet, sudsy floor.
That'll really put a crimp in your evening.
5. Tie: T-X (Kristanna Loken), "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines", and Cameron (Summer Glau), "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles"
Loken's sexy Terminator was the best part about "T3." And she's bisexual. (Loken, not the robot. Terminators only have eyes for John Connor.) Meanwhile, watching Cameron struggle with her innate desire to terminate weak human flesh was a huge part of the short-lived "Sarah Connor"'s appeal. Plus, Cameron often forgets everyday human etiquette like not walking around naked in front of teenage John Connor.
4. Maschinenmensch (Brigitte Helm), "Metropolis"
Eerie and surreal, with iconic pointy robot boobs, "Metropolis"'s lady-bot is beloved by pretentious film majors the world over. It's the only time you can display a naked robot on your wall and not look like a creepy weirdo.
3. Tie: Pris (Daryl Hannah) and Rachael (Sean Young), "Blade Runner"
Is being a replicant really all that bad? You get to tussle in dimly lit rooms with Lita Ford, er, Daryl Hannah
's "pleasure model" Pris and fall in love with Sean Young
in her prime. So why won't Decker embrace his robot-ness? Come on, the unicorn! He's a replicant.
2. Number 6 (Tricia Helfer), "Battlestar Galatica"
Helfer, the queen of Google Image Searches, successfully turned Cylons from clunky Stormtrooper rip-offs into objects of desire. We would gladly sell out the human race for even five minutes with Helfer.
1. Tie: Rosie the maid from "The Jetsons" and Aqua (Bernadette Peters), "Heartbeeps"
What guy didn't have a crush on motherly, quippy Rosie in his youth? (She was like Alice from "The Brady Bunch" with a built-in feather duster.) Meanwhile Aqua, as portrayed by the adorable Bernadette Peters, is also a servant robot who gets to hang out with robot Andy Kaufman. It was the early '80s, folks.
More From the Web:
14 Sexiest Androids in Movies
Bicycle for Two -- You and your robot.
Wolf Blitzer Sucks at "Jeopardy."