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Quote: from Lotus on 2:56 am on June 2, 2004[br]On a somewhat different tangent...and it doesn't look as good as I first thought it was when the preview very first started...anyone else catch the trailer for 'I, Robot' with Will Smith? About robots man creates than end-up becoming violent...
Kinda reminded me of The Second Rennasaince...but it definitely looks like it's more going to be action-geared than focusing on the whole 'what is human' subject....I might be wrong though.
Asimov. It's an Isaac Asimov story. Also see: Robot Dreams. Good stuff.
See.. the robot is played by Carlton, and Will has to sto...
Ok, that actually made me laugh out loud. Props, Nemi.
Bicentennial Man was another Asimov story brought to the big screen. The stories share some similarities.
I, Robot was one of my favorite Asimov stories growing up, along with Foundation. Fortunately that'll never get made into a movie, for much the same reason Neuromancer won't get made into a movie (I'm sticking my fingers in my ears now. Whats that about a Neuromancer movie? I can't hear you! La la la la la!).
It's too bad about I, Robot. I mean it's a great story... pitty the movie's gonna seriously blow goats for quarters. Mark my words.
Yet again, someone really should have had a consulting team on that title...sheesh... that a play on 'I Sparticus' or 'I Tarzan' or 'Hooked on Ebonics Worked for Me' ?
speaking of bad sci-fi, The Chronicles of Riddick, oh yeah baby...Vin at his finest, I bet it is so bad it makes the teeth ache. Can't wait.
Yet again, someone really should have had a consulting team on that title...sheesh... that a play on 'I Sparticus' or 'I Tarzan' or 'Hooked on Ebonics Worked for Me'?
No dude. It's a play on "I, <state your name>..."
Thoes types of speech openings have a very human feel to them. They are implicit of concepts like self-awareness and other things distinctly human which is really what the movie is about.
And it's the same title as the very famous book by Issac Asimov, I, Robot, upon which the story was based.
Now... as for Riddick... Have you seen the trailers? They look fucking awesome! It's really unfortunate the movie itself will be SO fuckin bad it'll make you want to claw your eyes out, but that's hardly the point here, isn't it? The point here, as we all know, is Vin.
Don't try and deny it. I'll go and see the movie in the theater regardless of how incredilbly bad it is, just to see Vin doin his thing.