Robots Reviews

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November 18, 2019
Robots tries hard to please, but ultimately elicits indifference.
February 12, 2019
The animation is just so beautiful.
December 28, 2010
Endearing "follow your dreams" story with plenty of laughs.
June 19, 2009
The movie's admirable theme, that there are things more important than profit, comes across under the virtuoso visuals that peak when endless falling dominos turn into a veritable ocean of the little black blocks being surfed by a robot.
August 7, 2008
February 2, 2007
A computer-generated animated adventure featuring few product placements, which is quite a departure from the norm for such children's fare.
October 3, 2006
full review in Greek
October 2, 2006
A fun ride with plenty of laughs, excitement and touching moments about living out your dreams no matter your make, model or build.
April 1, 2006
January 12, 2006
... in a world populated by living machines, not a single soul can be found...
October 14, 2005
Priceless special effects of the cast talking about doing the voices of these mechanical 'bots with a heart...
September 24, 2005
Although Robots has great animation, wonderful visual invention, and a few clever jokes, it has no compelling characters or story to hold them together.
August 7, 2005
"Robots" is fraught with silly one-liners, plot contrivances and predictable solutions. There's nothing for mature minds except toilet humor.
July 5, 2005
June 28, 2005
If only they had taken another year to create a story worthy of the design!
May 16, 2005
April 23, 2005
What makes Robots enjoyable is its constant whimsy, the clever visual and verbal puns the animators make, filling every scene with blink-and-you-miss-'em gags.
April 21, 2005
Does not suffer from Shark Tale syndrome; instead a good story with a good message and great performances.
April 20, 2005
The story holds it back from the "classic" status... All the same, Robots is cute and colorful. Kids will love it and parents will be entertained enough not to mind.
April 15, 2005
Far more interested in yelling 'look what we can do!' than in developing any of its characters or livening up its recycled story.
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