A Fascinating Look At Our Future Amongst Artificial Intelligence
Even eleven years later, this movie has retained its power and
legitimate relevancy to today's rapidly aging society. While perhaps,
artificial intelligence has yet to catch up with the movie's premise of
robotics existing side by side with us, the movie's script has
important implications for our contemporary society. This mainstream,
populist movie is at the same the entertaining and like A.I. (2001),
Bicentennial Man has the same sharply photographed and easily but
poignant storyline about important issues, in this case about man's
mortality and about what makes us human. This movie has aged well and
is touching and spans 200 years in our future, with the backdrop
fascinating to seen while never being overwhelming to the story itself.
The characters while perhaps one-dimensional, each provide archetypes
and allows the audience to focus on the story and events not the depth
of character which really are not the primary substance of this movie.
Robin Williams brings his genius of comedy and humor to the role and in
a way the smoothly fits in with the movie. A sweetly epic movie in a
gentle and unpretentious way for the masses with both heart and simple
intelligence worth watching..
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Men in tight is a hilaric movie from Mel brooks with the story of Robin Hood in a laughing way. Must See. Ever seen "The Net" with Sandra Bullock? One of her first good acting performances on the screen. This movie (1995) is really profetical, because it is reality right now..
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fantastic movie for family :).
I love this move which is really good. If really we get this kind of robos then I love to be with them :).
bicentennialman is a good movie.
it a nice movie.
This flim contains an extraordinary from other movies.
Good Watch... Even after 10 years
I had read this short story a long way back, and it was one of the best
"then". And just thinking of how Asimov even imagined these things in
the 60s is quite a task in itself.
Now about the movie... Well... Its been more than 10, in fact 11 years
since the movie came, but still when I watched this, i was not at all
disappointed. Yeah i agree that the technology and computer-graphics
were not used very much (as compared to.. say Matrix), but that is why
i liked it even more. Now when you watch I, Robot, you can see the
flimsy cars (which seemed so cool those days...), so the "under-use" of
CG was in my opinion a good decision.
Also, in the acting department, Robin is really good, as is Embeth
Davidtz. The Director or whatever of the NA is the only sore thumb i
saw in the movie... he seems so idiotic.
Music was good, and there are some scenes which will make you laugh
(even though they might seem a bit childish...) The innocence of the
Android is what pulls you in, and keeps you bounded till the end.