|US Release Date||03/04/2011|
Fox’s sci-fi drama owes a lot to 'Blade Runner,' 'Robocop,' and 'I, Robot.'
With <em>The Condemned</em>, the thirst for violence turns to the Internet, and wrestler Steve Austin becomes a moral compass for the hypocrisy of society.
Blending period drama with message-driven political wrangling, <em>Amazing Grace</em> is as earnest and well-intentioned as it is unsurprising.
Although I, Robot is visually masterful and at times moving, it lacks emotion and depth because the connection between its characters, both human and robotic, is never fully explored.
Thirteen hundred ghosts shouldn't be able to drag you to see this latest sorry entry in the horror movie hall of shame.
|Matthew Lillard||Actor||Herman Spooner||1||1000001|
|John Guleserian||Director of Photography||n/a||120780||6000001|
Theatrical preview of "I, Robot." Set in 2035, detective Del Spooner suspects a robot in the murder of a scientist working on an experimental space station. His reasoning, however, goes against The Three Laws of Robotics, which state that a robot may never harm or allow harm to come to a human being. Directed by Alex Proyas, I, Robot stars
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