Movie Review: I, Robot (2004)


My Rating: 4Stars

This afternoon I went to see the movie “I, Robot” at Broadway Cinema, Olympian Plaza. Another one of the movies from my Must See Movies list.

The plot of the movie is nothing too original, matter affect it is very familiar to me. I did not read the book by “Issac Asimov”, but then I never do before a movie accept for the “Harry Potter” series. Of course Will Smith helped a lot in keeping the movie interesting.

The special effect is quite impressive, most of technologies used in the movie are very believable and possible. I have noticed recently in the past few science fiction movies; the technologies appeared in the movie are all very possible and some of them I can imagine seeing in the next few year. This shows a great deal of research were done by the set designers.

This is the first time Product Placement is done, where the manufacture designed the product especially for the movie, rather than placing a product that the manufacture is currently selling. Audi spent a year creating all the vehicles in the movie after studying the script and characters of the movie.

Rating Legend:
5Stars Not to be missed
4Stars Wait for the DVD
3Stars Buy from iTunes Store
2Stars Rent it on iTunes
1Stars Waste your time elsewhere

1 Comment

  1. Putting mind-bendingly cool concept car in a very successful movie? “I, Robot” US$144.7M Not to mention doing the same in “Iron Man” (2008) $318.3M

    Ya, that’ll help Audi’s brand. =)

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