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Ave Dominus Nox!
well i have to say there is only one word for it .... interesting that is just such an inviting story will smiths best and most serious movie yet
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I liked it, but there are hardly any sci-fi I don't like ^_^ it was a fun action movie. Some things were a bit unrealistic (like the car spinning) I not a nit-picker either, but other than that it was cool. Beets star wars episode 2 hands down
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I like it because it's not as unrealistic as a lot of commercial sci-fi, it could almost happen. But I don't think we'll have A.I. already in 2035, it's way too complicated. Before we get true A.I we'll get flying cars and life extension treatments.. If no apocalypse happens before that..
The main story is avesome, but what pulls the movie down for me is the uninteresting main characters(seen 'em before), and that the movie never truly takes off. And apart from advertisement, what the ***** was the deal with those converse shoes?
Ave Dominus Nox!
I thought it was a good film, not as unrealistic as some but not totally believable all the same. I agree that 2035 is a bit early for this to happen though.
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I liked it very much.
I never had the chance to read the book when I was younger, but everyone I was with who HAD read the book was angry at this version. Guess they didn't stay very true to the original.
I liked how it was a bunch of Asimovs fiction stuck together. Sunny is Caliban (not from an Asimov book but was inspiried by him), the nanoids are from the Robot City series, Sunnys dreams of free robots comes from Robot Dreams, and Susan Calvin is in alot of his work. They couldnt stay true to the book because you cant really make an anthology into a movie.
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well even tho i havent seen it i read the book and i didnt really like it. the movie looks like a terminator spoof and im not to fond of will smiths ass. have you guys read what maddox had to say about it? :lol:
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I really wanted to see it but I wanted to see what others thought of it first. i might go rent it when it comes out (asuming it hasnt already, im so out of the lop sometimes)
I liked it, was a good sci-fi, as everyone has said not as unrealistic as some sci-fis but the AI of that standard in 2035 was a unrealistic but hey its only a movie! Id advise people to see it, I might even see ut again as I can see as many films as I want for Â£10 per month at my local cinema!
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