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Bicentennial Man
Robin Williams and Sam Neill




Overview -
Andrew Martin (Williams) is a household android whose intended function is thrown for a loop when he begins to feel genuine human emotions. Over the next two centuries the resulting dealings with his adopted family and new acquaintances provide the film with ample opportunities to raise important questions about individual human existence, as Andrew seeks to become human. Based on the Isaac Asimov story of the same name.

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Overview

Andrew Martin (Williams) is a household android whose intended function is thrown for a loop when he begins to feel genuine human emotions. Over the next two centuries the resulting dealings with his adopted family and new acquaintances provide the film with ample opportunities to raise important questions about individual human existence, as Andrew seeks to become human. Based on the Isaac Asimov story of the same name.

Main Cast & Crew

Chris Columbus - Director
Robin Williams
Sam Neill
Wendy Crewson
Embeth Davidtz
Oliver Platt
Hallie Kate Eisenberg
Stephen Root
Lynne Thigpen
Bradley Whitford
Kiersten Warren

 

Details

DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 131
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 717951004888
  • Genre: Family
  • Rating: PG (MPAA) (Language)
  • Release Date: June 2000

Related Categories:
Movies > Dramas

Related Keywords:
Romance
Science-Fiction
Theatrical Release
Future/Futuristic Worlds

 

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Reviews:
"...[The] future-gazing effects are excellent..." Variety, p.108


"...The film looks great and all the special effects are stunning..." - 02/01/2000 Box Office, p.59


"...Thoughtfully engaging....[Williams's] performance is subtle, his reactions restrained..." - 12/17/1999 USA Today, p.10E


"...With stupendous special effects, amazing make-up artistry and sumptuous production design....James Horner's score sustains a mood of wonderment and stirred emotions..." - 12/17/1999 Los Angeles Times, p.C14

 

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