Chappie

Chappie
Chappie

Year

2014

Duration

115 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

In a not-too-distant future, draconian, oppressive automatons police the citizens of a violent and chaotic Johannesburg. As the humans controlling the drones hatch plans to launch even larger crime-fighters, one developer works on a new, revolutionary robot - one that has been programmed to think, learn and feel. The result, a childlike robot called Chappie, soon loses his innocence when he becomes caught up in the city’s underworld guided by a pair of unruly punks. The fight over Chappie that ensues between the criminals, scientists and authorities makes for a visually impressive sci-fi adventure.

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strong language, bloody violence

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