I, Robot is one of those movies that critics and assholes hate but regular audiences look at in a more positive light. It's IMDb score of 7.1/10 is proof of this. While I don't find that a score worth bragging about, it shows that a decent amount of people were satisfied with what they got. I, Robot isn't perfect or memorable. In fact, the Bridget Moynahan lady whom I had never heard of until I saw this movie had a performance which felt more robotic than the actual things. Yet I had a hell of a good time watching I, Robot. The special effects are great with Alan Tudyk shining in his motion-capture role as Sonny. The action sequences are thrilling although that camera could be disorienting. Luckily, I am immune to Hollywood's evil attempts at making me throw up from motion sickness. I survived a found-footage movie AND a first-person movie for crying out loud. A bit thought-provoking as well especially as Will Smith's character evolves from his robot-hating personality to a guy who says to himself "Maybe these guys aren't quite the devil's minions I made them out to be" That has a good chance of not being 100% accurate. It's better than the generic man vs. machine actioner. I, human had a blast watching I, Robot.