Cody the Robosapien (2013)
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Critic Reviews for Cody the Robosapien
Despite the tissue-thin plot, slipshod performances and predictable single-mum family dynamics 'Robosapien' is surprisingly easy to endure - a freewheeling kids' film. Nothing more, nothing less.
The film's cloak-and dagger plot barely passes muster, but Cody's antics - which include break dancing, tantrum throwing and blowing raspberries - will probably appeal to those young viewers whose behaviour they mimic.
There may be shades of E.T. To this, but it just hasn't got that depth or emotional edge that makes kids films so poignantly well-rounded at times.
Audience Reviews for Cody the Robosapien
Don't give up on me. A government organization creates a robot that its inventor hopes helps society for the better; however, when he discovers the robot is planned to be used for military purposes, he breaks the robot and hides it from the government. A boy finds the robot and fixes it. Meanwhile, the inventor and boy's parents are taken by the government who will stop at nothing to find the robot. The robot and boy will work together to save the inventor and parents. "He was taught to hate. All he needs is a little kindness." Sean Mcnamara, director of Soul Surfer, Space Warriors, Bratz, Race to Space, Casper: A Spirited Beginning, 3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain, and Treehouse Hostage, delivers Cody the Robosapien. The storyline for this is fairly dreadful and unrealistic and reminded me of Agent Cody Banks. The acting is as you'd expect and was made for television quality. "I want you to meet the world's bravest family." I recently came across this on Showtime Anytime and thought it would be a fun movie to watch with my daughter. This was very average but she felt it was fun and giggled here and there. Overall, this is a below average addition to the children's genre that is only worth watching if nothing better is available. "I call this one the Cody crossover." Grade: C-
Ya había visto esta temática, pero aun con la tecnología actual sigue pareciendo antigua no se como que la calidad de imagen no es tan buena como las demás parece una película de esas que hacen directamente para DVD o de las que alguna productora independiente hace para algún evento. Pero aún así es divertida.
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