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This review is from: I, Robot [Blu-ray] (2004) (Blu-ray)
This is a good bit of science fiction fun with Will Smith and a load of robots which looked stunning as did the rest of the special effects. The action is brillant from the word go more so the scene in the tunnel when the robots attack Will Smith in his Audi which does look amazing I have to say. The story is easy to follow and moves along at a nice pace and everything is explained as you go, overall it's a great piece of mindless fun which I enjoyed alot. On the blu ray side of things totally brillant it had a great picture and the sound was spot on. If you are looking for a film to show off your blu ray you won't go far wrong here just don't take it to seriously and you will enjoy it.
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Initial post: 2 Jan 2015 01:39:06 GMT
Mr. A. Peau says:
A robot, like the Bicentennial Man, has intelligence but lacks authority or freedom to make it's own choices and decisions - definitely similar to Planet Of The Apes - who are programmed to be servants of mankind.
Mankind refuses to view them as a species that is capable of self-govenment, to have it's own law enforcement such as the police and military, and as a community with it's own business economy.
Will Smith is definitely a Die Hard death-defying anti-robot cop, especially in a 3D bluray remastered scifi ';:I:;', R (:;O;:) B (:;O;:) T
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