Overall Rank: 6756
Average Rating: 2.5/4
# of Ratings: 181
Theatrical Release Date: 03/11/2005
Genre: Animation, Adventure
MPAA Rating: PG
Director: Chris Wedge
Actors: Halle Berry, Jim Broadbent, Ewan McGregor, Robin Williams, Mel Brooks, Amanda Bynes
Plot: As a robot built for invention, Rodney heads to Robot City and emulate his idol Big Weld into making the world a better place. But a change in management threatens to derail his dreams, and dismantle his new friends, if he can't find a way to overcome Ratchet and his tyrannical rule. -- Chris Kavan
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Matthew Brady - wrote on 02/16/2014
The story is about a robot built for invention, Rodney heads to Robot City and emulate his idol Big Weld into making the world a better place. But a change in management threatens to derail his dreams, and dismantle his new friends, if he can't find a way to overcome Ratchet and his tyrannical rule. This movie as colorful animation and it's a good watch but it's not the best animated movie ever made it does have a lot of things wrong with it.
mitchellyoung - wrote on 07/16/2011
The visuals of this bright and bold animated film are stunning. I could have done with less of the Robin Williams character, who, more or less, plays a slightly less annoying of live action comedic Robin Williams. Still, there is a heart to this film that does hit home by its conclusions and some good jokes among the rust.
Chris Kavan - wrote on 11/19/2007
Again, an animated film that looks great, but I found most of the characters annoying (especially Robin Williams) so it grated on my nerves pretty much the whole way through. Anyway, it's a nice family film.
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The M.O.W. - wrote on 08/01/2008
"Robots" follows the "life" of an up-and-coming robotic being named "Rodney Copperbottom," (Ewan McGregor) who has aspirations of becoming an inventor who goes to the big city to follow his dreams. He meets up with a crazy robot (Robin Williams) who constantly needs repairs. Together, with help from a group of robots known as the "Rusties," they help "Big Weld" (Mel Brooks) whose business has been taken over by a robot who would rather make parts for profit than parts to help those in need (Greg Kinnear).
The first thing you notice is the incredible computer animation. The bright coloring is simply amazing, and the way the characters are designed are fun and quite unique. The actors are all good in their performances, and a few disguise their voices well enough for you to not realize …
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