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Plot: Even in a world populated entirely by mechanical beings Rodney Copperbottom is considered a genius inventor. Rodney dreams of two things, making the world a better place and meeting his idol, the master inventor Bigweld. On his journey he encounters Cappy, a beautiful executive 'bot with whom… Runtime: 91 min Release Date: 11 Mar 2005
'Robots' is an entertaining animated film that is both funny and delightful. The animation is wonderful and has its own style. Even though it's not exactly of the Pixar quality, that actually works for the film especially with the motions. Colour has also been impressively used. The robot world is spectacular to watch. The designing is brilliant e.g. the train station and robot city.It includes a huge impressive ensemble of voice actors sadly most of the cast is wasted but not all the actors were efficiently used and many suffer due to poor character development. Ewan McGregor <more>
and Robin Williams have most of the lines and they do reasonably well.The film has a soul but the screenplay doesn't stick to the main plot. There are several plot holes and perhaps as fun as they are too many characters that lack development. In spite of its flaws, it's very much watchable, especially with the family. It is visually stunning and there are many funny moments, but there's surely something missing. You don't take anything away with you after the film's finished.
Very enjoyable, charismatic, ideological, and humorous (by Carena42)
I was fascinated very much with the Robots movie. Despite that I hadn't seen an animated movie in quite some time, this movie took be back to the childhood days of passionate, diligent, and intriguing watching of a movie which was entertaining as well as inspiring. The theme of big business and personal aspirations of success and justice were there, but also were the characters which made the struggle and the journey fun just by the humor on such subjects as companionship, competition, social interface, and confidential rapport. The family support and friendship emphasis more than <more>
enhanced the theme to value the consumer and bring back honesty and integrity to the marketplace of products and salesmanship. However, also I enjoyed the fun-moments during all the diverse ways of achieving honor and respectful ways of doing things, which satirized humorously certain aspects of life we enjoy but are not sure how to fully partake in such as meetings, social functions, holidays, conquest, discussing issues, and consulting allies. So therefore, if politics, economics, corporate control, social networking, and entertainment among friends, family and colleagues seems complex and overwhelming, for a little bit of amusement and relief, watch the movie, because the issues will linger on, but you can get as much enjoyment in them as you wish by paying attention to the keen way these aspects of life are displayed.
Frenetic, Frantic and very, very well done! (by sfnite)
I'm a huge Pixar fan, and positively DETEST the garbage being pumped out by Dreamworks. I thought Ice Age was a very noble first effort, and a very nice film - so it was with much anticipation that I viewed this movie today already open in Singapore, where I'm vacationing .NICELY DONE!!!! It's a bit exhausting, as they don't "engineer" the script with a normal "down" scene so you can catch your breath. This film is nonstop - and utterly satisfying.Robin William's first animated flick since Alladin - worth the wait.Artistic design was fabulous.. and <more>
even though I'd like to start an international boycott of all films that feature fart jokes, they probably had the best damn fart joke I've ever seen in a movie.Check it out - and leave room for it on your DVD shelf. This will be a movie that the kids will watch a zillion times and memorize every line.
Tons Of Gags & A Good Message (by ccthemovieman-1)
Animated movies are usually pretty good but nothing that great to me. However, this one is a "keeper." It gets high marks for all the jokes in here, lots of which are adult-style but not sleazy or filled with sexual innuendos, although there are a few of those, enough to make this PG, not G. However, the vast amount of clever lines is the main attraction here.Actually, the jokes come so hard and fast, it's hard to keep up with all of them. The visuals aren't gorgeous, as many modern-day animated films have become, but they are interesting. Not only is there a ton of gags to <more>
hear, but there are to see, too. You almost have to stop it frame-by-frame to see all the funny stuff penciled in the artwork.The story couldn't be simpler but it manages you keep your attention and doesn't overstay it's welcome, although I think animated films are more effective it they don't go over 80 minutes. This one is closer to 90.There is a good message in here, too. Maybe I'm mistaken but what I heard was the idea that just because people might be old, decaying and not as productive for society, it doesn't mean you have to discard them. Life has value and is precious from conception to dying of old age. Amen to that!
Incredibly Clever. Robin Williams Is Truly Gifted. (by BigHardcoreRed)
From the previews, I expected this to be just another animated movie to cash in on the success of other computer animated movies like Shrek, Finding Nemo, Monsters Inc., etc. In a way, I guess it is, but it is MUCH better than I would have thought from just the previews. This is a good example of a film that did not give away most of the best parts in a short trailer.Robots is a pretty simple story about a young, naive robot named Rodney Copperbottom Ewan McGregor who ventures into the big "Robot City" to find success as an inventor and make a better life for himself and his <more>
parents. He seeks out his hero, Mr. Bigweld Mel Brooks , who promises to personally check out each invention. Rodney finds that Bigweld is nowhere to be found and the company has been taken over by the evil robot, Ratchet Greg Kinnear . Rodney and a crew of misfit robots, led by Fender Robin Williams , who he met when first arriving in Robot City, take it upon themselves to figure out the mystery of Bigweld's disappearance and to expose the evil Ratchet to the public.Again, the story is simple, if anything, so the kids can enjoy it but as you hear quite a bit with this new breed of animation movies, there is enough humor for the average adult to enjoy as well. However, like Finding Nemo, the real treat with this movie is the animation itself. The beautiful sceneries and the slick new robots are awesome and pretty original. Even the old, rusty robots are nice to look at. Also, as most probably expected or have probably even read already, Robin Williams takes this movie up a notch. That man is incredibly gifted when it comes to entertaining. This movie is surprisingly good. 9/10
Chase Your Dreams to Make Them Come True (by claudio_carvalho)
In a world of robots, the young Rodney decides to move to the metropolis of Robot City, to meet the powerful inventor and his idol Bigweld, trying to get a position in his corporation. However, the new president Ratchet manages the company for profit with new parts only, leaving the old robots fated to become scrap in the mill of Ratchet's mother. Rodney, with the support of his old robots friends, convinces Bigweld to fight for his position back."Robots" is a funny and very creative adventure with many good messages. The first one certainly is that everybody must chase the <more>
dreams to make them come true. There is a great criticism to the power and ambition of great corporations, oriented to huge profits without giving any importance to the majority of consumers. The revolutionary power of ordinary people together, fighting for their rights, is also explicitly showed in this animation. There are many funny situations in this great entertainment for the whole family. My vote is nine.Title Brazil : "Robôs" "Robots"
*much* better than I was led to believe (by timmyp3)
I don't think that with the notable exception of one thread here on IMDb this movie gets enough credit. The animation was darn good, and the humor had me laughing an awful lot. As a comedy this certainly hit the spot. I think if you enjoyed Ice Age, you could certainly find yourself enjoying this film as well.Sure, as some have pointed out the "characters weren't really developed" and "there were a lot of characters involved". *shrug* Who cares? I didn't sit down to watch this expecting to have a well-written Shakespeare play acted out before me. I sat down <more>
expecting to enjoy myself, laugh, and forget about the world around me for the time being, at least . This movie gets a check in all three columns.
Old story, but amazingly redone... (by store_house)
When the movie started out, I felt like I know totally what's gonna happen... and boy - was I in for a surprise! The overall plot is a bit predictable but the screenplay is awesome! The animation has a refreshing look and the movie has conjured up a funny image of the Robot world, something similar to what 'Finding Nemo' did with the Underwater world.The main characters are understandably less comic. Look out for some of the funny haracters like Robbin Williams'. An applaudable job by the whole crew - Overall, and 8/10 - loses out slightly on its plot predictability.
Energetic and surprisingly well done (by oshram-3)
From the same group that brought you Shark Tale comes the new CGI film Robots, and it's obvious from the get-go that the same thinking went into this film much like Shark Tale, Robots masterfully creates a semi-parodic world that is both funny, charming, and works on rules all its own. Robots is fast-paced and frenetic, moving its characters around a metallic landscape both literally and figuratively, pulling some very creative tricks out of its belt as it chugs along. The plot is fairly straightforward and classic kiddie fare: young Rodney Copperbottom Ewan McGregor leaves his <more>
loving suburban folks and moves to the Big City though not designed to look like NYC, it's patently obvious that's the metaphor to meet his idol, Mr. Bigweld Mel Brooks and become an inventor who can help ordinary folks, just like Bigweld. Only things are corroded in Robot City, and the once benign Bigwell Industries has been taken over by the sleek autocrat Ratchet Greg Kinnear . When Rodney's initial attempt to impress Ratchet doesn't go well, he is consigned to the depths of the city, and there he meets his new down-and-out friends, obsolete models of robots dodging extinction every day, led by Fender Robin Williams . But all of that takes only about fifteen minutes, and all along the way we are treated to a visual barrage that is the optic equivalent of one of Williams' comic rants, constantly and manically hopping from one subject to another, pausing just long enough to let us get the joke before leaping on to another topic. Robot City is one frightening but hilarious landscape after another, and it's dizzying to watch Rodney and Fender take the Crosstown Expressway. In fact at times there's almost too much going on in the background one guy selling bootleg CDs reveals names like Britney Gears , and sometimes you're hard-pressed merely to keep up with all the visual gags. But Robots is dazzlingly clever. All of the characters are fun and reasonably well-rounded for a movie like this, where character is often almost completely ignored. From Rodney's earnest desire to help his fellow robots to Fender's manic fear that he will be discarded to Piper's Amanda Bynes pluckiness, the characters are both instantly recognizable and instantly likable. Only the villains, Ratchet and his mother, Madame Gasket Jim Broadbent are sketchily defined. The voice acting is superb. McGregor is very enjoyable, and Williams does his usual outstanding job. I felt Mel Brooks did a particularly good job as the rotund Bigwell, and Bynes was excellent as well. Even minor supporting characters were voiced very effectively. The design work is nothing short of genius. In a world devoid of soft fleshy organics like us, the robots have their own laws of physics, and while there are many nods to our world in the designs walking mailboxes, dog robots looking to pee on fireplug robots, Ratchet wears a metallic tie, etc. the sheer creativity of design is almost staggering. The look of the world ranges from the grungy to the pedestrian to the sleek and shiny, but it never fails to engage and delight. The characters likewise are all interesting and well-designed, but also extremely easy to identify which helps when the frantic action starts. Robots is very clever and very well done. It has nice messages for the kids about believing in yourself, your dreams, and sticking with your friends, as well as not valuing external looks too deeply; but a lot of the jokes will cater more to the adults at times, so there's something in it for everyone. Robots took me a little by surprise, it was so good. This is one you definitely don't want to wait for the DVD with it deserves to be seen on the big screen.