Robots DVD Review
There's a world full of robots with famous voices in the new Robots animated movie. Are they a blast or a bummer? Get the 411 with our movie review!
Ewan McGregor's voice shows up as the robot star of the animated adventure/comedy movie, Robots - which is from the same peeps who brought you Ice Age! Ewan plays Rodney Copperbottom, a young genius of an inventor who wants to hit the big times in Robot City and meet his hero, the legendary Bigweld. But, things go horribly wrong as the big city, and some robo-jerks, try to put the smackdown on Rodney. Here's what's up with this new flick!
What's Going On in Robot City?
After hitting Robot City at warp speed, Rodney gets tangled up with a gang of robot misfits lead by the crazy Fender (Robin Williams). Then he finds out that the evil Phineas T. Ratchet and his not-so-evil co-worker, Cappy (Halle Berry), are up to a whole pile of no good that he has the skills to fix. It's up to him to save the day before his friends end up in the scrap heap.
Famous Voices, Crazy Robots and Lots of Laughs!
One of the best things about Robots is that it has a great bunch of voice actors as the robots, from Amanda Bynes to Ewan "Star Wars" McGregor and even Halle Berry. The best part though is the brilliant comedian Robin Williams as Fender the banged-up red robot who's always falling apart and is totally nuts. The computer animation in Robots is also excellent and there are some awesome scenes, especially the kinda-Britney cameo!
Robots - DVD Features
Get ready for a DVD that is jam-packed with amazing extras! Not only can you check out mini-features, deleted scenes and director commentary, you also get and exclusive look at the new flick, Ice Age 2! Still want more? How about an exclusive Xbox multi-player racing game to play with your pals? It's all right here on the Robots DVD.
Robots - Bottom Line
Other than a few scenes that should've been shorter and a few jokes that get taken too far, Robots is a funny flick that's worth checkin' out. If your 'rents aren't keen on taking you, let 'em know that Robin Williams is in it!
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