I, Robot parents guide

I, Robot

Overall B-

Living in a future world populated by human serving androids, Detective Del Spooner (Will Smith) is considered paranoid. Despite the laws requiring the mechanical slaves to be hard-wired so they can't harm humans, the police officer is convinced there is a problem with the programming of some of these Robots.

Release date July 15, 2006

Violence C-
Sexual Content C+
Profanity C
Substance Use A

Why is I, Robot rated PG-13? The MPAA rated I, Robot PG-13 for intense stylized action, and some brief partial nudity.

Run Time: 115 minutes

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I, Robot
Canadian Movie Rating Info
Province Rating Rating Descriptor
British Columbia PG Coarse Language
Alberta PG Fightening Scenes, Not Recommended for Young Children
Manitoba PG Violence.
Ontario PG Coarse Language, Violence
Quebec G Not For Children
Martimes PG
Canadian Home Video PG

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News About "I, Robot"

Cast and Crew

I, Robot is directed by Alex Proyas and stars Will Smith, Bruce Greenwood, Aaron Joseph, Craig March.

Home Video

The most recent home video release of I, Robot movie is October 22, 2012. Here are some details…

Home Video Notes: I, Robot 3D

Release Date: 23 October 2012

I, Robot is re-releasing to home video in a 3D Blu-ray version.

Home Video Notes: I, Robot

Release Date: 11 March 2008

Catch I, Robot on Blu-ray and you’ll also nab some hi-tech bonus materials. These include iteractive D-Box technology and Trivia Track/Pop-Up Notes. Other extras are extended and deleted scenes, high definition theatrical trailers and three audio commentaries (by director Alex Proyas and screenwriterAkiva Goldsman, screenwriter Jeff Vintar, and composer Marco Beltrami). Audio tracks are available in 5.1 DTS HD Master Audio (English) and Dolby Digital 5.1 (French and Spanish), with subtitles in English, French and Spanish.

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