Astro Boy

Astro Boy
Astro Boy

Year

2010

Duration

94 minutes

Genres

Animation, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

After his son dies, a brilliant scientist tries to recreate the boy by building the most human robot imaginable. But deep down he knows this isn't really his son, and when Astro discovers that he isn't human and does have superpowers, he ends up out on his own. Soon, though, he is making new friends - and is ready to save the day when Metro City needs a new hero. This computer-animated adventure mixes plenty of action with a sweet and touching story.

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Contains mild fantasy violence

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