Bicentennial Man

Part of the Ruby Oliver Film Festival.

A movie so lengthy I felt as though I had lived 200 years by the ending.  Full of Chris Columbus hallmarks like the bratty kid (for no discernible reason) and the overly intrusive maudlin score. It was an interesting selection as it was the first Robin Williams movie I watched after his death, and given that the bicentennial man wanted to end his life after a certain point.

Cost:  free from library
Where watched:  at home.

poster from: http://www.impawards.com/1999/bicentennial_man_ver1.html

4 thoughts on “Bicentennial Man”

  1. Lol @ your first line. You crack me up. I saw this a really long time ago and don't remember much about it but I do recall not really liking it.

  2. No more comments are allowed, since this is a three sentence comment review. I don't recall of I liked it or not. This is an excellently amusing review.

  3. Would Bicentennial Man have played at the Flicks? It's a Christoper Columbus film.
    (Not that I'm doubting your most excellent place memory, but still.)

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