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  • November 07, 2010 greatyook6
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    In ‘I robot’ there are three laws of robotics. These laws get on the wrong track in the movie. It implies that robotics have to protect human but once the robotics start to recognize them as humanity the biggest threat to human is humanity itself. Subsequently, robotics begins thinking they have to control human. This can be seen computers start to refuse to accept words they are given but they start to analyze sentences. It can symbolize that they have free will in the end. Well, actually the main robot character shows the perfect free will in the movie. Then, can robotics in the movie be seen as living things? If we think about living things basic phenomenon, systematization of cell, as essential part of life, the systematization within machines or computers can be also seen as living things as well, subsequently the hero of ‘I robot’ becomes the living creature

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  • October 20, 2009 Mickeyforme
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    This movie is fun but sometimes boring. It has a good sci-fi plot but all of it sometimes seems overwhelming. Smith did a great job of placing humor in this action film. The movie has a nice sense of the future-besides the robots of course.