PG | | Comedy, Drama, Sci-Fi
12 January 2000 | Blake French (firstname.lastname@example.org)
8 | Fine performances and a shapely message are the things that make this misadvertised production work. *** our of ****
BICENTENNIAL MAN (1999) *** Starring: Robin Williams, Sam Neill, Wendy Crewson, Embeth Davidtz, and Oliver Platt ...
In the beginning of the film, the older sister mentions that Kate McAllister's family also owns an android. This is almost certainly a reference to the family of Kevin McAllister from the first 2 Home Alone movies, which were directed by Chris ... ...
Can you do me a favor... would you mind unplugging me? That's an order.
The final scene in which the nurse robot stops life support systems on request is invalid; the First Law of Robotics would have prevented it. No amount of begging would result in a positronic robot assisting in suicide or euthanasia. In fact, according to Asimov's stories, even witnessing a human being hurt might destroy a robot's positronic brain and the movie acknowledges the Three Laws of Robotics.
$8,234,926 (USA) (19 December 1999)
$58,220,776 (USA) (28 May 2000)
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