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I am searching the title of a movie i've watched long time ago. I remember that there was a lot of monsters capable to bond into a sphere and a squad of people armed against that evil. In the team there was a member able to change the aspect transforming himself from man to women. Did anyone know the title?

Edit I saw the movie about 20 years ago. I think that the years of the movie was about '80. I think i saw that on VHS or on italian TV.

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Any more details that may help identification? When did you watch it (apart from a "long time ago")? What time was it likely from? What country was it likely from? Anything else you might remember? – Napoleon Wilson Jan 7 '14 at 11:29
What language was it in? Was it live action or cartoon? Where did you see it (cinema, TV)? – Stefan Jan 7 '14 at 12:10

I thought the question was a joke for the film "monster squad" ! monster squad wiki

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Taking ID as a joke, now who will save you from my rage ;) .....Anyways, can you expand your answer, why you think its a match. – Ankit Sharma Jan 7 '14 at 17:35
cos of the words monster and squad – howler Jan 8 '14 at 7:57

This isn't really a long time ago, but you're not thinking of the 2010 Indian film, Robot, are you?

Not only is it terrific fun, it has a baddie that multiplies and turns into a giant, death-dealing sphere. If I recall, I think he even turned into a woman at one point.

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Woman...when?....ohhh don't tell me, i didn't even want to re-watch that shit. Never know that Robot film is that popular even among foreigners, specially first seen in Hollywood review channels and then here. But still thinks its not a match. – Ankit Sharma Jan 7 '14 at 17:34

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