A movie the whole family can enjoy together.
I saw the movie when it first came out, and looked for it again and again on the premium channels through the years. Finally I bought it on ebay and convinced the family to sit down and watch it with me one Sunday afternoon. Reluctantly, our daughter, her friend and our niece pulled themselves away from their video games and online chats, and my wife set the show she was going to watch to record in the bedroom. The movie started and by the time "Andrew" did the presentation of the 3 laws, (watch the movie to understand), they were all laughing, good 'ole belly laughs at that, and were totally wrapped up in the movie, waiting to see what was to come next. The film offers some lessons, some humor, and some food for thought, it is well done and easy to watch for people of all ages. We all laughed a little and cried alittle, for a while we were ageless, just people watching a good flick, the kids weren't cool, we parents were'nt nerds, it took us away and brought us together, and you can't say that about that many movies anymore. For that reason, Bicentenial Man has earned itself a spot on the shelf of movies we will watch again and again. I highly reccomend this movie, it will leave you with a warm fuzzy feeling.