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I, Robot (2004

I, Robot (2004
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Movie analysis: I, Robot - by Tommy Hayfield Tommy Hayfield's image for: "Movie Analysis i Robot" Caption: Location: Image by: "I, Robot" the 2004 movie was based on an anthology of short stories of the same name published in 1950 by Isaac Asimov. 1) A robot may not injure a human or allow by inaction for him to be harmed. 2) Robots must obey humans where orders don't break first law. 3) Robots must protect their own existence as long as that doesn't violate the first or second law. The producer of "I, Robot" Alex Proyas to in my mind preserved the spirit of Isaac Asimov by keeping the focus on the robot star of the movie, Sonny, who was so pure of heart and honest you might think you were back in the 1950's before the abrasiveness of our culture overtook the charm of honestly held values. The music of the closing credits was like a march for robots written in a thrilling and enchanting style which supported the innocence of the story written a few generations ago now. The movie runs 110 minutes and is a science fiction/action movie.

Planète interdite (1956 Metropolis (1927 Sin City (2005) “I, Robot”: Interpretations of the Power and Influence of Robots and Artificial Intelligence | CinemaLit I, Robot is a collection of science fiction short stories written by Isaac Asimov and originally published in 1950. He decided to conglomerate nine of his previously individually published robot stories with a more developed story-line centering on Dr. Susan Calvin’s testimony of the history of robotics. Since 1950, the stories about the development of robots that Calvin tells an anonymous reporter have been republished many times. All robot stories until Asimov’s I, Robot involved the idea of robots turning against their creators (Gunn 45). While several of Asimov’s robot stories were adapted as television shows in the 1960s, the first attempts to make a film adaptation out of the entire I, Robot collection were unsuccessful. Comparisons between the collection of short stories by Asimov and the movie created in 2004 that shares the same name can be made, but there is a very short list of similarities. Asimov’s “Little Lost Robot” is the most applicable short story to the film.

The Terminator (1984 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968 Brasil (1985) I, Robot (film) Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Pour les articles homonymes, voir I, Robot. Bien qu'elle en reprenne le titre, l'intrigue du film est assez éloignée du scénario publié par Harlan Ellison et Isaac Asimov en 1978. À Chicago, en 2035, les robots sont pleinement intégrés dans la vie quotidienne. L'officier de police Del Spooner ne croit pas au suicide d'Alfred Lanning, qui est un des pères fondateurs de la robotique. Il tient donc à découvrir le meurtrier, et ses premiers soupçons se tournent vers un robot nommé Sonny. Première loi : Un robot ne peut porter atteinte à un être humain ni, restant passif, laisser cet être humain exposé au danger.Deuxième loi : Un robot doit obéir aux ordres donnés par les êtres humains, sauf si de tels ordres sont en contradiction avec la première loi.Troisième loi : Un robot doit protéger son existence dans la mesure où cette protection n'est en contradiction ni avec la première ni avec la deuxième loi. Source : Voxofilm Doublage : Dubbing Brothers

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