2 May 2013 | claudio_carvalho
A Delightful Movie for the Whole Family
In New Orleans, the scientist Allan Topher (David Eigenberg) of the Kinetech Laboratories develops the robot with artificial intelligence Code 328 programmed to work as rescue and search machine and to learn the human emotions. However, the president and CEO Porter (Kim Coates) intends to use the robot as a weapon to search and destroy and sells one hundred units to the dealer Esperenza (Joaquim de Almeida) for 75 million dollars. Allan opposes to Porter's intention and is fired. However, before leaving the company, he deletes his files and steals Code 328. Allan and the robot are chased by Porter's security team and in the pursuit, he loses the robot that breaks in parts in a garbage container.
Meanwhile, the nerd boy Henry Montgomery Keller (Bobby Coleman) has just wined a prize for his project in the science fair of his school but he is bullied by the school bully and hides in the garbage container where the pieces of Code 328 are. Henry brings the robot home and fixes it. Then he names him as Cody and introduces him to his mother Joanna (Penelope Ann Miller) and his sister Meagan (Holliston Coleman). Cody becomes Henry's best friend and the pride and joy of the Keller family. When Henry seeks out Cody's "father", he does not know that Allan is looked on by Porter's men. When Henry and Cody meet Allan, they are hunted by the security guards. Now, Allan and Henry and his family have to find a way to save Cody and avoid the selling of one hundred robots to Esperenza.
"Robosapien: Rebooted", a.k.a. "Cody the Robosapien", is a delightful movie for the whole family. I loved the adventures of Cody and his friend Henry in New Orleans. The plot is predictable but anyway I believe that viewers that appreciate the genre family entertainment will find it enjoyable. My vote is eight.
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