In 2035 A.D., robots are programmed to live in harmony with humans and are part of every day life. When a brilliant scientist at the U.S. Robotics Corporation is found dead, Chicago Detective Del Spooner (Will Smith) is called in to investigate. Aided by robot psychologist Dr. Susan Calvin (Bridget Moynahan), Detective Spooner uncovers the possibility that a robot may be the primary suspect in the case. But as Spooner gets closer to the truth, he gets caught up in a race for his life. With time running out, a deeper threat emerges that challenges the very existence of mankind.
A movie to watch!
- I, Robot review by CP Customer
Will Smith at what his knows best!
Let's not kid ourselves here! Will Smith is not cut out to be an actor who will perform in a social drama or a horror movie! It's comedy and adventure what he's good at and this movie proves it as well!
Set out in 2035, Will Smith apparently is the only one who doesn't trust robots and thinks that there is something more to them (the psyche we find out a little later on!). And he is out to get them!
A movie that you will want to see. Action packed, the story line is OK and the actors perform very well!
I have all the 3d equipment, so I thought I'd try the 3d version of the film, the film its self is great, I've seen it a few times, the 3d version of it doesn't have that much 3d in it, I expected more, there is a bit more 'depth' to it, foreground and background, but very little 3d
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- I, Robot review by EP
It tries to convince the audience that it’s an intelligent exploration of the philosophy behind A.I., or maybe it actually thinks it is. I, Robot is just about enjoyable, but maybe you should watch Ex Machina instead.