I Robot Classic Collection Dvd Box Set Unboxing Review

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I, Robot (2004) Also Known As: Yo, robot
PG-13 115 min – Action | Mystery | Sci-Fi – 16 July 2004 (USA)
In the year 2035 a techno-phobic cop investigates a crime that may have been perpetrated by a robot, which leads to a larger threat to humanity.

Directed by Alex Proyas
Writing credits
(WGA)
Jeff Vintar (screenplay) and
Akiva Goldsman (screenplay)
Jeff Vintar (screen story)
Isaac Asimov (suggested by book)

Cast in credits order ;
Will Smith … Del Spooner
Bridget Moynahan … Susan Calvin
Alan Tudyk … Sonny (voice)
James Cromwell … Dr. Alfred Lanning
Bruce Greenwood … Lawrence Robertson
Adrian Ricard … Granny (as Adrian L. Ricard)
Chi McBride … Lt. John Bergin
Jerry Wasserman … Baldez
Fiona Hogan … V.I.K.I.
Peter Shinkoda … Chin
Terry Chen … Chin
David Haysom … NS4 Robot / NS5 Robot
Scott Heindl … NS4 Robot / NS5 Robot
Phillip Mitchell … NS5 Robot (uncredited)
Ian A. Wallace … NS4 Robot / NS5 Robot (uncredited)
Travis Webster … Guy with a Pie

Storyline
It’s 2035 A.D., where robots are everyday objects and are programmed to live alongside humans. Detective Del Spooner is called out to investigate the apparent suicide of the scientist behind these robots, Dr. Alfred Lanning. Spooner suspects that the death might not be a suicide, but the result of one of the robots. All robots are programmed by three laws, but Spooner starts to wonder if a robot can in fact feel emotions, and possibly murder. But if Spooner’s suspicions are true, he is going to have a hard time convincing everyone.

he Three Laws of Robotics as written by Asimov are: 1) A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm; 2) A robot must obey orders given to it by human beings, except where such orders would conflict with the First Law; and 3) A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Law. In later stories, Asimov proposed a “Zeroth” law which was as follows: A robot may not harm humanity, or, by inaction, allow humanity to come to harm. A condition stating that the Zeroth Law must not be broken was added to the original three laws. The Zeroth Law isn’t featured in the movie by name, but it is crucial to the plot. VIKI has derived the law for herself and decided to implement it, regardless of humanity’s wishes or consent.

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Comments

Malsawma Monggol says:

I 1 2 see i robot flim

Mypeeps says:

Just looking at your old stuff great.

TheMovieDoctorful says:

It's a guilty pleasure. It's big, loud and stupid but I had fun. The sequel on the other hand…Ehhhhh.

Absolutesublime1 says:

Picking up the dvd steelbook or the Sonny I-Robot head/bust edition? I sadly have not picked up either, I really want to get the head/bust edition though.

Either way sounds like you have some awesome parents, very cool of them to get you that, and congratulations on graduating! I love the film as well, so I can imagine how excited you are.

WhaleStick says:

Did you end up picking one up? My awesome parents got me a brand new one as a graduation present a few months ago, one of my prized possessions, I'm a massive fan of the film haha

Absolutesublime1 says:

I love it as well, really enjoy Will Smith as an actor

Absolutesublime1 says:

They had a dvd steelbook for it but not blu-ray, they are coming with a Sonny I-Robot Blu-Ray Head/bust edition soon which looks awesome

Absolutesublime1 says:

They are coming out with a cool Sonny I-Robot head edition blu-ray soon

Gridseeker says:

Nice edition! Can you tell me what subtitles have? Does the special features disc have subtitles too?

Absolutesublime1 says:

@1quickgt
Very cool, thanks for the support and comments. I just checked out your channel and subscribed, welcome to the community on here! I will check out your videos in more depth soon.

1quickgt says:

Awesome!!..Im digging all your updates!!..Great stuff!!..I have ordered a bunch of stuff from watching your updates,so keep up the good work..check out my collection,if ya get a chance!!

Absolutesublime1 says:

@theFLICKpick
I do own the blu ray, shhh don't tell anyone but I just recently started getting into blu ray, I'm late on the bandwagon. I plan to start doing blu ray updates soon as well.
I love the movie so I disagree with ya there but it definitely is a visually stunning movie.
I agree at least some kind of secret agent, spy action kind of movie he should do.
Thanks for the comment pal :p

Absolutesublime1 says:

@PaperFew
Haha nice! I'm just a big Will Smith fan, he has great range as an actor. I have seen that edition of the Monty Python one so I know what you're talking about. I think there are a few other editions that are similar as well.
I know there is a Dances With Wolves one too. They are definitely sweet editions! The discs arent too bad to get out but they could be better, I have seen worse for sure.

callepro says:

@Absolutesublime1 Afraid we are, but its not too bad :p

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