Runtime: 115 minutes
Directed by: Alex Proyas
Starring: Will Smith, Bridget Moynahan, Bruce Greenwood, James Cromwell, Chi McBride, Alan Tudyk
I, Robot is a well oiled machine. Yeah… I went there.
I can’t say one bad thing about this film. (Why would I want to?) It has excellent pacing and every piece of dialogue is carefully chosen. Along with visual cues weaved in too.
It goes from a seemingly simple plot to an incredibly complex one. It has many plot twists, some you may figure out, some you will definitely not. Nothing is coincidental.
I loved the world it’s set in and it’s a shame we never see more, but we get enough for the film to tell its story.
(Hint: Someone write a book so I can read it and love it. I know it’s inspired by Isaac Asimov collection of short stories of the same name, but they’re apparently not the same.)
I love Will Smith’s character Spooner and his portrayal of him. His reasons for his actions are well thought out.
Sonny, (voiced by Alan Tudyk), Oh Sonny, I defy anyone not to love him.
You can’t look away for a minute or you’ll miss something and that’d suck!
To sum up, great characters, amazing story, good pacing
Was it worth the watch? Yes
Would I re-watch? Yes