No, this isn't a movie about a horny IT guy. Written, produced and directed by Lynn Hershman-Leeson, this soft-core sci-fi story about human cloning should've gone straight to video (or been completely deleted). Probably the only reason for the release of this ho-hum operation is The Deep End's Tilda Swinton, who plays four different roles. She's a mild-mannered doctor with a trio of robot clones who need, well, an exclusively male fluid to thrive.
Gathering it becomes challenging, especially when government agent James Urbaniak tries to shut down the entire operation and a clone goes off to seduce hapless neighbor Jeremy Davies. Yes, it's odd that a movie so focused on sex and computers could be a complete letdown, but this bizarre trip is just that. The movie's quirky tone quickly gets annoying and the comedy rarely pans out, making it rather hard to get excited about Teknolust.