"Digital love"

Films: Electric Dreams (1984)

Alias: None

Type: Man-Made

Location: Haunted home

Height/Weight: That of of an average human.

Affiliation: Neutral, leaning on Good

Summary: When most people think "household appliance goes rogue", they think that things are about to get terrifyingly nasty. But as it turns out, AIs can be rather petty...and amorous...

History: One day, awkward genius Miles Harding spilt champagne all over his personal computer in an attempt to prevent it from overheating. All this did was give the computer sentience, so now Miles had a digital roommate. But the computer, named Edgar, takes a fancy to Miles' love interest, and is intent on getting her first before Miles can.

Notable Kills: None.

Final Fate: After a long while of harassing Miles, Edgar becomes wracked with guilt over treating his only friend so selfishly, and willingly self-destructs. However, his conscious lives on, and he plays a special song across every U.S. radio for the ones who trusted him.

Powers/Abilities: Edgar is connected to Miles' entire home, so he can do just about anything with it.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 1.5-Sure, having your entire household turn on you sounds like a nightmare, but it was played for laughs, and Edgar himself isn't a bad guy. He just so happened to take things a bit too far, and was more than willing to apologize for it.

Trivia: -Edgar's voice was provided by Bud Cort, who was known for his starring role in 1971's "Harold and Maude".

-This film's director, Steve Barron, had done over 100 music videos before making this. He based the film on the music video culture he had embellished himself in for so long.

Image Gallery

Skynet's roommate was someone she'd rather forget.

Honestly, a tri-marriage wouldn't be so bad now.
Man's greatest desires meet man's most advanced machine.

No wonder this computar wants its owner dead.
Oh, somebody restore his dignity and take those off.

Pretty much sums up how I felt about The Emoji Movie.