In one outdoor scene not too far into the movie, a Kinjaz logo can be seen on the side of a building. The Kinjaz are an urban dance group. See more »
What a team we make. A broken robot and a broken little girl.
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No robots were harmed in the making of this film. The filmmakers do not believe that robots are evil. They are good. Definitely good. Super super good. In fact, when the robot overlords take over we will be the first in line to bow at their benevolent feet. Or wheels -- or whatever. See more »
The visual finish on this movie is close to on par with recent animated blockbuster films which is a great achievement.
Unfortunately I feel like it was held back by some questionable choices of voice actors (that didn't seem to match the characters), low quality voice acting and a story that doesn't really make you care about the characters enough to worry about what is happening on screen.
So all in all a great effort, with some notable downsides.
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