“A.X.L.” Trailer: Look Out, Dogs!

Look out, regular dogs! As a result of man's got a new supporter and it's a sophisticated, robotic, military dog by the name of A.X.L., who, I ought to mention, will fly with the help of rockets that pop out of its body.

Will your dog turd that? If it will, i would advocate taking it to the vet, as a result of one thing is seriously wrong. Written and directed by Oliver Daly, A.X.L. finds Miles (Alex Neustaedter), a teenaged motorcycle enthusiast, weaving across the robotic dog and like a shot forming a bond, but, as A.X.L. is government property, there ar people who can stop at nothing to urge him back. The trailer for the approaching film options some astonishingly tight CGI and a decent dose of '80s cheese, however it can not help however to strike a cord in me of Monster trucks. Keep in mind that one?

“A.X.L.” Trailer: Look Out, Dogs!

“A.X.L.” Trailer: Look Out, Dogs!

“A.X.L.” Trailer: Look Out, Dogs!

Look out, regular dogs! As a result of man's got a new supporter and it's a sophisticated, robotic, military dog by the name of A.X.L., who, I ought to mention, will fly with the help of rockets that pop out of its body.

Will your dog turd that? If it will, i would advocate taking it to the vet, as a result of one thing is seriously wrong. Written and directed by Oliver Daly, A.X.L. finds Miles (Alex Neustaedter), a teenaged motorcycle enthusiast, weaving across the robotic dog and like a shot forming a bond, but, as A.X.L. is government property, there ar people who can stop at nothing to urge him back. The trailer for the approaching film options some astonishingly tight CGI and a decent dose of '80s cheese, however it can not help however to strike a cord in me of Monster trucks. Keep in mind that one?