Robots

2005

Action / Adventure / Animation / Comedy / Family / Romance / Sci-Fi

189
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 64%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 53%
IMDb Rating 6.3 10 115746

Synopsis


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Cast

Ewan McGregor as Rodney Copperbottom
Robin Williams as Fender
Stanley Tucci as Herb Copperbottom
Jennifer Coolidge as Aunt Fanny
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650.66 MB
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PG
23.976 fps
1hr 31 min
P/S 6 / 58
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English
PG
23.976 fps
1hr 31 min
P/S 6 / 20

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Oliver Thatcher Watson 7 / 10

Pretty great

This film great for the most part. It has great CGI and great voice-casting. The people who animated this film really payed attention and made it look very detailed, and this film has a great voice cast. I will be honest and say that the story is not great, but it's not bad either. It's pretty good, just nothing too fantastic about it. The reason why is because it's pretty generic. I say that because it's the old "Stop the villain and everything gets better" cliché. They do that very well in this movie, but it's just that I've seen this happen many times in other films, and it doesn't really impress me all that much. But I guess it's good enough to sit through, I guess. There are a few times in which this film can seem a little overly kiddie. But other than that, I enjoyed this film and would recommend this to anyone who likes robots or anyone else really. I can't guarantee everyone would love this film the first time they see it, but they'll most likely have fond feelings for this film like I still do.

Reviewed by Hitchcoc 7 / 10

The Price of Automation!

I find it hard to be too hard on animated films. There is generally a creative idea that springs into action and the results are what then fits the mold. It's a "what if" thing. Obviously, many non-animated films also start with this premise, but here we can create whatever visual world we want. The sky's the limit. Here, we have a world of robots, who lead lives like humans, but who have different shapes and sizes and functions. They integrate into this world and do their thing. Some have hopes and dreams. Rodney Copperbottom is a dreamer and an inventor. He wants his inventions to be noticed, so he packs his things and heads off to find his hero, Mr. Bigweld, who holds the future of enterprising robots in his hands (are they really hands?). He arrives, but the big boss is nowhere to be found. He engages the help of a collection of outcast robots, one voiced by the late Robin Williams, to go on a quest for information. This is a nice movie with no great pretensions.

Reviewed by daa6-834-190220 8 / 10

Aged really really well

I find that this movie has aged really really well, while a lot of other Pixar / Disney / feelgood movies really didn't. movies like this often leave me in a cringe due to their forced "haha look at how funny this is!!!!111!" factor being so high, this movie did not force too much emotion in everything at all. most things just got rolled in. some things where still cringe worthy, especially the ending scene but it felt like they where pretty self aware of that. the plot is incredibly stereotypical but that didn't hurt the movie, it was easy to follow and that made it easy to look at the beautiful imaginary and boy this movie looks good! for its time but even nowadays it looks incredible! they really dedicated themselves to a theme and stuck with it. I always loved the concept of imagery like this, create a world made of ordinary things to make complex images. and that is what this movie feels to achieve, even though they did not quite do that, they did leave the same feeling when watching it. the movie is essentially this art form:

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you can just keep looking at the scenes without getting bored one bit.

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