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Academy Award®-winner Robin Williams stars in a delightfully heartwarming comedy about one extraordinary android who just wants to be an ordinary guy! It doesn't take long for the Martin family to realize Andrew (Williams), who was purchased as a mere "household appliance," is no run-of-the-mill robot! Funny, incredibly lifelike, and possessing an astounding level of creativity, this special machine soon takes on a life of his own -- and eventually begins a centuries-long quest to achieve true humanity!
Robin Williams, Sam Neill, Embeth Davidtz, Embeth Davidtz, Wendy Crewson, Hallie Kate Eisenberg, Stephen Root, Lynne Thigpen, Bradley Whitford, Kiersten Warren, Kiersten Warren, John Michael Higgins, George D. Wallace, Oliver Platt, Lindze Letherman, Angela Landis, Igor Hiller, Joe Bellan, Brett Wagner, Scott Waugh, Quinn Smith, Kristy Connelly, Jay Johnston, Ples Griffin, Marcia Pizzo, Paula Dupre' Pesmen, Clark Devereux, Bruce Kenneth Wagner, Paula West, Kevin "Tiny" Ancell, Richard Cross, Adam Bryant
© 1999 Touchstone Pictures and Columbia Pictures. All Rights Reserved.
Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: Bicentennial Man is ruined by a bad script and ends up being dull and mawkish.
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Common Sense Says
Film about robot who wants to be human is so-so.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this film has some mild profanity and sexual references, including a "facts of life" discussion, Andrew's adaptation so that he can have sex (but not children), a post-sex conversation in bed, and one of the most romantic descriptions of the sex act ever written. There are also ill-behaved and surly children whose behavior is not curtailed by the family.
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- Genre:Sci-Fi, Comedy, Drama
- Release Date:December 17, 1999
- Languages:English, Spanish
- Audio Format:5.1
- Screen Pass Eligible:Yes
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