Charlie Hunnam pushes all the right buttons as a pilot of humanoid war machines battling alien sea creatures in the new action flick Pacific Rim, but it's not the first robot movie to flip our switch.
Click through for more of our favorite films featuring 'bots, cyborgs, androids, drones, monster machinery, and, most importantly, hotties. Sometimes the hunks are human, sometimes the hunks are the robots. Yeah, we're freaky like that.
Bruce Dern plays botanist-ecologist Freeman Lowell, who mans orbiting bio-domes in a plantless future with the aid of three service drones named — what else? — Huey, Dewey, and Louie.
What makes this sequel's adventure more excellent? Robot dopplegangers of slackers Bill and Ted, played by Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves.
This Michael Crichton film stars Tom Selleck as Sgt. Jack R. Ramsay, a cop specializing in malfunctioning robots in a near future where 'bots are commonplace — and very temperamental.
Is it just us, or is there something strangely sexy about Peter Weller as Alex Murphy, a police officer murdered and then revived as cyborg law enforcer? We do love a half-man in uniform.
As the ship's butler and maintenance man, David, in Ridley Scott's space odyssey, Michael Fassbender puts the androids in the earlier Alien films to shame.
What's cooler than Matthew Broderick as Inspector Gadget? Matthew Broderick as an evil replica called RoboGadget!
Jude Law lit up Steven Spielberg's sci-fi hit as Gigolo Joe, a Mecha male prostitute.
This remake of the 1951 sci-fi classic stars Keanu Reeves as alien Klaatu, who lands on Earth with a humanoid robot bodyguard named GORT — for Genetically Organized Robotic Technology — by the government agents studying it.
As space commander John J. Adams, a young Leslie Nielsen tried not to get totally upstaged by Robby the Robot, who made his first appearance here and went on to appear in numerous TV shows and films over the next few decades.
Kevin Spacey voices GERTY, robot companion of Sam Rockwell's lonely lunar miner Sam Bell.
Mario Van Peebles stars as a military android named Solo — part man, part machine, total weapon.
C'mon, loyal droids C-3PO and R2-D2 are now as iconic as Harrison Ford's Han Solo and Mark Hamill's Luke Skywalker.
As a cyborg assassin in the first three Terminator films, Arnold Schwarzenegger has one smokin' metal endoskeleton.
Jean-Claude Van Damme and Dolph Lundgren star as rival reanimated soldiers, Private Luc Deveraux and Sergeant Andrew Scott, in this Roland Emmerich sci-fi flick.
Russell Crowe was at the height of his menacing sexinessness as SID 6.7, a virtual reality serial killer who becomes a regenerating android in reality.
Michael Crichton's first feature stars Yul Brynner as Gunslinger, an android who goes ape shit in a futuristic Western-themed amusement park.
Folks like Bruce Willis's FBI agent go out into the world using surrogates, humanoid remote control vehicles, that sometimes look as hot as Trevor Donovan.
As Sam Witwicky, who gets mixed up in a war between alien robots that can look like cars, Shia LeBeouf gets beefier over the course of the three Michael Bay flicks.
Who's hotter in action — Christian Bale as Resistance fighter John Connor or Sam Worthington as cyborg Marcus Wright? The post-apocalypse world may never know.
Number 5 is alive! Steve Guttenberg plays Newton Graham Crosby, Ph.D, inventor of robots like Number 5, who rejects his military purpose.
Yeah, Sylvester Stallone's boxing hero buys a robot for his brother-in-law Paulie. Wanna make something of it?
Human boxers in the near future have been replaced by fightin' robots, and Hugh Jackman's former boxer Charlie Kenton trains 'em good.
Matt LeBlanc was a movie star for a hot second as Major Don West in this adaptation of the otherworldly '60s sci-fi TV series.
Will Smith's Detective Del Spooner ain't got no time for bad robots like Sonny who don't obey the Three Laws of Robotics.