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Robots
- Ewan Mcgregor

Overview - The pixel-happy production company Blue Sky follows its successful feature ICE AGE with more animated antics in ROBOTS. Rodney Copperbottom (voiced by Ewan McGregor) is a talented inventor who hopes to make his fortune by moving to Robot City and working among the nuts and bolts of the robotics industry.  Read more...

 
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Overview

The pixel-happy production company Blue Sky follows its successful feature ICE AGE with more animated antics in ROBOTS. Rodney Copperbottom (voiced by Ewan McGregor) is a talented inventor who hopes to make his fortune by moving to Robot City and working among the nuts and bolts of the robotics industry. Rodney fantasizes about building robots for his boyhood hero and master inventor Big Weld (Mel Brooks), but when he meets him, Rodney's dream threatens to turn rusty. Big Weld reveals that his company is now being run by the evil Phineas T. Ratchet (Greg Kinnear), a merciless moneymaker who wants to rid the world of the antiquated robots that clutter up the streets of Robot City. This leaves Rodney's aspirations needing a major oil change, and with little chance of finding work, he feels about as useful as a broken spare part. So he takes to the streets, where he finds some unlikely salvation in a group of robots lead by Fender (Robin Williams). Fender urges Rodney to help save them from the scrap heap, while Ratchet and his company create threatening new policies on robot reconstruction. The ensuing action leads to a breathtaking set of adventures in the futuristic city. A fun, dizzying delight, ROBOTS benefits from the many voices of Robin Williams, who is the perfect comic foil to Ewan McGregor's central character. The special effects are masterfully handled, and the rendering of Robot City is a true sight to behold. A film that should find a broad audience among adults and children alike, ROBOTS is fast-paced animated entertainment at its finest.

Cast List

Jim McClain - Screenwriter, SNIPER 2 (2002)
David Lindsay-Abaire - Story, ROBOTS (2005)
Ron Mita - Screenwriter, SNIPER 2 (2002)
Jerry Davis - ACTOR/ADULT
Babaloo Mandel - American Screenwriter/Producer
Marc Mandel - American Screenwriter/Producer
John Powell - Composer/ FACE OFF (1997), ANTZ, CHICKEN RUN
William Joyce - Illustrator/Writer/Producer of Children's Material
Robin Williams - American actor/comedian
Ray D. Tutto - American actor/comedian
Marty Fromage - American actor/comedian
Christopher Meledandri
Jim Broadbent - British actor
James Broadbent - British actor
Greg Kinnear - American actor/host
Halle Berry - Oscar winning actress, MONSTER'S BALL
Drew Carey
Mel Brooks - American Director/Writer/Producer/Comedian
Melvin Kaminsky - American Director/Writer/Producer/Comedian
Ewan McGregor - Scottish actor, TRAINSPOTTING
Amanda Bynes - Actress, BIG FAT LIAR (2002)
Lowell Ganz - American screenwriter, producer, LAVERNE & SHIRLEY
John C. Donkin - Producer, ROBOTS (2005)
Chris Wedge - Director, ICE AGE (2002)
Jennifer Coolidge
Terry Bradshaw - Football Player - Pittsburgh Steelers

 
Details
    DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 89
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 024543193913
  • Genre: Family
  • Rating: PG (MPAA) (some brief language and suggestive humor)
  • Release Date: September 2014

Related Categories:
Movies > Childrens
Movies > Animated

Related Keywords:
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Theatrical Release: March 11, 2005

Reviews:
"[T]he movie bops along with a happy, jumping, kinetic vitality." - 03/18/2005 Entertainment Weekly, p.41-42


"ROBOT's visuals are its finest asset. The world populated exclusively by robots is an intriguing blend of the retro and the futuristic that often is dazzling..." - 03/11/2005 USA Today, p.3E


"There are great individual jokes and sequences, like a tour through Robot City's demented transport system that's straight out of Chuck Jones..." - 05/01/2005 Sight and Sound, p.76-78

 
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