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I, Robot 
Still an entertaining watch!
2.5/4 stars

It is the year 2035 and Robots are the “new must have” accessory, carrying out menial tasks for the humans in all facets of life. They have 3 rules of conduct hard coded into them which essentially state they cannot harm humans. At the very beginning of the movie we are told the three laws of Robotics, which are:

1) A robot can never harm a human.
2) A robot must obey all human orders unless it conflicts with the first law.
3) A robot must protect itself unless it conflicts with the first two laws.

Will Smith plays Officer Del Spooner, a cop with an apparent attitude problem wearing his vintage 2004 converse and driving his tricked out Audi who embarks on a puzzling case of suicide of the top scientist at U.S. Robotics Dr. Alfred Lanning (James Cromwell) which he believes it was actually murder - by a robot.

Imagine the scenario where no robot had ever committed so much as a mugging so the whole idea is too ludicrous to everyone but Spooner. As the mystery deepens, Spooner unravels the very fabric of the robotic giant, locks horns with CEO Lawrence Robertson (Bruce Greenwood) and learns more about his automated enemy with the aid of scientist Dr. Susan Calvin (Bridget Moynahan). Suffice to say the story's plot thickens and a number of twists and turns emerge before the truth is revealed.
The movie has it's slight touches of humor, the effects in the movie are great, and still hold up reasonably well today and Alan Tudyk steals the show as Sonny, or should I say Tudyk’s vocal performance?


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Daniel Corleone

Daniel Corleone- wrote on 09/04/12 at 09:15 PM CT

 

Nice review. This could have been better if the brand marketing wasn't that obvious. Awesome visual effects though.

 
 
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