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I, Robot


I, Robot


I, Robot
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Did you ever think that there would come a day when robots would be everywhere and threatening to take over the world? Well, in I,Robot, it happens in the year 2035, only 30 years from now. Robots have pretty much become a normal part of everyday life. They are siblings, teachers and parents. They wash your dishes, cook your food and even walk your dogs. Robots have been hardwired to protect and obey humans. They are trusted to be "3 Laws Safe", which states that 1) A robot cannot hurt a human being or allow a human to be harmed, 2) A robot must obey orders from humans, unless there is a conflict with the first law and, 3) A robot must protect its own existence, unless doing so conflicts with the first two laws.

In I,Robot, Detective Del Spooner, played by Will Smith, is one of the few people who don't trust robots or technology in the city of Chicago in the year 2035, this essentially makes him a person who simply woke up in the wrong era. Detective Spooner has a dark past and his allergy to robots gains him stares, glares and jokes. So, it's no surprise to him when the robots start to break the trust of the humans and attempt to take over the planet. The real mystery at the heart of the story is who killed robotics pioneer Dr. Alfred Lanning and why. Was it The robot hero of the movie, Sonny, voiced by Alan Tudyk, who was found hiding at the scene of the crime? Or was it Lanning's billionaire employer, Robertson, played by Bruce Greenwood? Don't think the good Dr. didn't leave it some clues behind.

I, Robot is very loosely based on the short stories of Isaac Asimov, the father of science fiction. Great special effects make this movie well worth watching, as the robot battles, car chases and a massive army of robots are created through CGI, making you almost forget that even the androids are merely a creation.

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