I, Robot

I, Robot

In 2035, where robots are common-place and abide by the three laws of robotics, a techno-phobic cop investigates an apparent suicide. Suspecting that a robot may be responsible for the death, his investigation leads him to believe that humanity may be in danger.

In 2035, technophobic homicide detective Del Spooner of the Chicago PD heads the investigation of the apparent suicide of leading robotics scientist, Dr. Alfred Lanning. Unconvinced of the motive, Spooner's investigation into Lanning's death reveals a trail of secrets and agendas within the USR (United States Robotics) corporation and suspicions of murder. Little does he know that his investigation would lead to uncovering a larger threat to humanity. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Glossy M (ag) wrote: If the title didn't make you roll your eyes, the premise of the movie itself should. It's one of those ideas that's good in theory, but is easily drowned out with disgusting amounts of tropes and cliches if the directors aren't careful. I laughed. One and a half stars because I laughed. A lot.

Kara H (ru) wrote: Culture evolution at its finest.

Gabriela S (fr) wrote: Divertida y romntica !!

Keith C (us) wrote: a lot of great performances in a pretty predictable family drama caused by ghosts find the body and killer mystery

Lenny R (ag) wrote: Dobson, starring as the titular narc and overencumbered clotheshorse, has some talent and obviously looks the part, but lacks the charisma and ferocity of Pam Grier. As for the movie as a whole, while its plot is nothing extraordinary, it has some terrific dialogue and a number of memorably colourful characters, standouts being Antonio Fargas as Doodlebug and, of course, Shelley Winters as Mommy. Great music. Relatively high production values. Decent (but pretty much bloodless) action, though the big car chase is not very well staged. But I do love the Stingray, and those are some fine magnesium wheels.

Trouble B (ca) wrote: Brilliant use of low-budget effects, and overall a very original and amusing premise. Isn't afraid to show the 'chavs' who defend their tower block as the ruthless ruffians they are, yet keeps them likable.

Jamie C (mx) wrote: Great film loved the plot and the special effects were amazing, The ending was not what I expected, Overall way better than I first thought it would be, A thrill ride from start to finish and must not be missed.

Alex r (jp) wrote: Wonderful, crime drama, Midnight Express is a captivating, thoroughly engaging picture, one that is raw, poignant and stomach turning as you watch the man's ordeal unfold as he tried unsuccessfully to smuggle drugs out of Turkey. Some scenes in the film are downright brutal, and under the skilled eye of director Alan Parker, he captures it in such through his camera lens that you cannot deny the power that this film holds. Parker has made some outstanding pictures throughout his career, some soar to cinematic legend that belong up there with some of the medium's most powerful, and classic films. The film is dramatic, tense, and really in your face, and it doesn't shy away at showing you what this was really like. Brilliantly constructed in terms of tension and drama, Midnight Express is like I said, raw, gritty and poignant, but it's a beautifully made picture that manages to stand out due to its entrancing storyline. The script is solid, the cast display some determination to really suck you into the film, and the result is a one of a kind drama that should not be missed. This is a standout picture, a film that sticks with out, and will make think about what you have just seen. Midnight Express is top-notch filmmaking at its very best. This is a picture so entertaining that it's hard to turn your back on it. So if you're in the mood for something truly captivating and riveting right up to the final frame, Midnight Express is a definite must see. I very much enjoyed the film, and thought it had the right balance dramatic and crime elements to create something unique.