Movie Picture Tomorrow, the future is here. I, Robot, starring Will Smith comes to DVD everywhere! In honor of this grand event we're giving away copies of the DVD set to lucky MovieWeb readers!
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Superstar Will Smith conquered the robots—and the summer—in the critically-acclaimed, box office smash, I, ROBOT. Now, Fox Home Entertainment brings the $145 million “high tech thriller ride with eye-popping visual feats” (Chicago Tribune) to DVD and rental VHS on December 14, 2004, just in time for the holiday season. Smith gives “one of his best performances ever” (Chicago-Sun Times) as a robo-phobic police detective in the near future who must investigate the murder of a good friend allegedly killed by one of his own mechanical creations. Mind-blowing special effects and an enthralling plot filled with twists and turns make I, ROBOT “a great movie” that “ranks with the first Matrix.” (Joel Siegel,
“Good Morning America”). Priced at $29.98 U.S./$43.98 Canada, the I, ROBOT DVD includes a commentary track by the film’s director and writer, a “making of” featurette, an inside look at Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Robots & Elektra and a photo gallery.
DVD Special Features:
The I, ROBOT DVD is packed with bonus material including a full-length audio commentary by director Alex Proyas (Garage Days, The Crow) and screenwriter Akiva Goldsman (A Beautiful Mind, The Cinderella Man), “The Making of I, Robot,” Fox’s Inside Look: Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Robots & Elektra and a still gallery. The DVD is presented in English 5.1 Dolby Digital and Spanish and French Dolby Surround with the Widescreen version in 2.35:1 and the Pan & Scan version in 1.33:1.
Will Smith rages against the machines in this mind-blowing, sci-fi action thriller! When scientist Dr. Alfred Lanning (James Cromwell) is found dead, robophobic detective Del Spooner (Smith) suspects an advanced robot, the, NS-5, committed the murder. According to the three Laws of Robotics, however, a robot is incapable of harming a human – but rules were meant to be broken! Bridget Moynahan co-stars in this suspenseful thrill ride that questions whether technology will ultimately lead to mankind’s salvation…or annihilation.
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