I, Robot

I, Robot
I, Robot

Year

2004

Duration

110 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

As technology keeps advancing, one of our biggest lurking fears remains what might happen if one day we invent something that develops a will of its own? That's the subject of this nerve-jangling sci-fi thriller set in the near-future, which follows a detective investigating a murder he thinks has been committed by a robot. The robots who now exist throughout society have been programmed not to harm humans, but what if they gone beyond our ability to control them? Loosely based on a series of Issac Asimov's short stories. PLEASE BE AWARE: After ordering I, Robot the disc you will receive may be marked as being a 15 certificate - however, this relates to the extra features on the DVD and not the film itself, which is certified with the BBFC as a 12.

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12 Classification

Contains moderate violence.

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