I went to I, Robot
expecting to see another high-budget technophobic "robots are scary" movie, and was pleasantly surprised. The movie actually shares its basic plot with an Asimov short story by the name of "...That Thou Art Mindful Of Him". And seeing Dr. Susan Calvin was a hoot, of course, though she seemed a little too effeminate by the end of the movie-- I liked the cold-as-steel don't-even-think-about-it Susan Calvin better.
The movie is about robots, but its message is certainly not the "robots are scary and by extension evil" crap we've seen in so many other places. I was intrigued by this film's advertising campaign: They use people's ingrained technophobic "Frankenstein complex" to get them to come and see the film, then they show them a film that, on second look, is much deeper than that.
Watching the robots fight was awesome. Like deadly ballet. I especially liked the shot where Sonny tosses this mission-critical canister up in the air, terminates a robot in bullet-time, catches the canister, and goes.
Go see this movie! If you liked Tron, chances are you'll like this!
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