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Meet the Robinsons
Release Date: March 30, 2007
Studio: Walt Disney Pictures
Director: Steve Anderson
Michelle Spitz
Starring: Angela Bassett, Tom Selleck, Harland Williams, Laurie Metcalf, Adam West, Ethan Sandler, Tom Kenny
Genre: Animation
MPAA Rating: G
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meet-robinsons104.jpg (124 K) Lewis is an orphan who dreams of finding a family. His journey takes an unexpected turn when a mysterious stranger named Wilbur Robinson whisks him away to a world where anything is possible... THE FUTURE.

There, he meets an incredible assortment of characters and a family beyond his wildest imagination, The Robinsons, who help lead him on an amazing and hilarious adventure with heartfelt results.

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I did like the whizzy Robinsons
Michael Wilmington
Chicago Tribune

It's a real technical breakthrough, a cartoon feature done in 3D computer images of unusual depth and plasticity that creates its own crazy world and then dunks you in it.

Those far-out Robinsons are a trip
John Anderson

3-D is an acquired taste I've never acquired, but the success of Robinsons isn't contingent on effects, but on wit and emotion.

Meet the Robinsons’ is 3-D eye candy
Christy Lemire
Associated Press

Story feels 2-D, but the film has glorious visuals and you get cool glasses... Here, the effects spring organically from the story. You feel like you’re immersed in a complete universe, the way the ground slopes toward you or objects seem to come from behind you and enter the screen.

This thing is one bumpy ride.
Lisa Schwarzbaum
Entertainment Weekly

Under such circumstances, who knows whether the project is meant to be earnest, ironic, post-ironic, made for adults, made for kids, made to teach lessons, or made to be watched in an altered state? All or none...jeez, this thing is one bumpy ride. C

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