Meet The Robinsons

Meet The Robinsons
Meet The Robinsons

Year

2007

Duration

90 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Family, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Anything is possible in this animated adventure that combines spectacular visuals with a great message about not giving up on your dreams. 12-year-old Lewis is an amateur inventor whose inventions, while brilliant on paper, often go horribly wrong in practice. This means that Lewis has yet to be adopted from the orphanage where he was left as a baby, and feels hopeless about the future. But then he meets a boy called Wilbur who takes him on an amazing journey - through time.

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