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The 47th Disney animated feature film , it was released in standard and Disney Digital 3-D versions. It was the first film released after then- Pixar executive John Lasseter became chief creative officer of Walt Disney Animation Studios. Lewis is an aspiring year-old inventor who grew up in an orphanage , whose inventions have been scaring off potential parents. He works all night on a machine to scan his memory to locate his birth mother, who abandoned him at the orphanage when he was a baby.SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: Favorite Animated Movie Villains Defeats and Deaths: Part 2
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Meet the Robinsons (United States, 2007)
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Mature children probably will enjoy the film best, as it tackles sensitive issues such as abandonment, rejection, and adoption. I strongly recommend this movie for everyone. Top critical review. Reviewed in the United States on August 3, I have never seen such sloppy story writing.
Walt Disney must be rolling in his grave, poor man. Who is giving this ramshackle of a cartoon high ratings? It had everything in it, a gumbo of nonsense, dinos and trains and zombies and monsters and future people and feel good one liner cliches. Two hours of my life I will never get back. Sort by. Top rated Most recent Top rated. Filter by. All reviewers Verified purchase only All reviewers. All stars 5 star only 4 star only 3 star only 2 star only 1 star only All positive All critical All stars.
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It was too late to return it since I purchased it so early. My mistake but learned a lesson to always do a preview. There was a problem loading comments right now. Showing 0 comments. Sort by: Newest Oldest. If your ever having a hard time or you have alot on your mind. I like to watch movies like this. This one in particular is a good movie that gets me happy, the moral of the story is boy trying to find his mom but finds a family, with phrase keep moving forward.
If you like that warm happy feeling then definitely watch this. I think this is one of those movies not a lot of people have heard of but once you watch it you wonder why! As an adult, I cant stop the water works when I watch this. It deals with real deep concepts like love, family, rejection, and acceptance in a very kid friendly way. It's also funny! I really love watching this one with the kiddo 2yo.
I hope in time he understands the themes but for now he enjoys the goofiness of it : I know you'll love it too! This is old cartoon movie I watched a few years back. I saw it while surfing new movie releases on amazon. I figured my grandson may like it due to the character. I love movies from this time period of disney, and they did well with this bluray of Meet The Robinsons!
The picture is pristine and the PCM surround track is excellent! I highly recommend this to any disney fan! Talking frog - not a good minion.
Me, I'm a little jaded by the frequency of animated feature films clamoring for the viewers' attention, so I waited on this one until the dvd came out.
Turns out this is a pretty nifty animated flick, good for all ages. The central plot and themes of the story certainly aren't new, concerning a lonely year-old prodigy named Lewis living in an orphanage who longs for a family. But after disastrous adoption interviews Lewis is starting to think it might not happen for him.
His fondest wish is to glimpse the face of his mom, who abandoned him on the steps of the orphanage when he was a baby. He believes that if he can just find her, she'll take him back into her life.
So first he needs to remember her face. Being a budding inventor, Lewis creates the memory scanner "Ooooh - it's shiny! There he meets a strange kid named Wilbur Robinson who then more or less gets him into his time travel aircraft and shanghais him into the future a future where Canada has become Northern Montana and part of the U.
In the future, Wilbur needs a favor from Lewis. Lewis just wants Wilbur to time travel him to the point when his mom left him. But on their heels and with a focused grievance against Lewis is the none too bright but waxy mustachy scalawag, the Bowler Hat Man, and his henchthing Doris the malignant robotic chapeau who actually might be the brains of this outfit. The Bowler Hat Man is bent on stealing Lewis's memory scanner invention and grabbing credit and glory.
Who knows what she's thinking. She's a hat. But, scarily, the future of humanity just might be at stake before this one's over. You know, the usual stuff. But stuff still very much worth going over, yes? The visuals in this film are just marvelous and smacks of exuberance and fanciful daydreams. The characters are cartoony looking, yup, but the CG graphics are so well done, the motions of the characters so fluid and natural that the viewer is instantly swayed well, I was swayed.
Too, there's a splendid sense of optimism and wonder conveyed in the Robinsons' future world, which resembles a joyous Lego Wonderland come to life. When the dark, foreboding alternate future is briefly experienced by Lewis, the contrast is startling and even sobering.
There's a couple of nice twists as the plot unfolds, which you might or might not see coming. I caught some, missed others. It's an all-star cast having a romp with their madcap characters. Harland Williams is a hoot as Carl the robot. Adam West makes his Uncle Art sound like a superhero even if he's only an intergalactic pizza deliverer. But, hands down, the standout voice belongs to the director himself Stephen Anderson, who's just aces as the Bowler Hat Man, whose aspirations far exceed his feeble ability to realize them.
Anderson makes the Bowler Hat Man the best character in the film. Of the special features, the ones I really enjoyed are: the audio commentary by Director Stephen Anderson and "Special Guest" see the film first; as the director cautions at the start: plenty of spoilers in the commentary ; "Inventing the Robinsons" - the Making Of featurette; the educational but fun segment "Inventions That Shaped the World"; and the three deleted scenes, introduced by Anderson and totalling 7 minutes.
Not to mention, I like the goofy dinosaur doing the Running Man on the Menu screen. Singing frogs, a rampaging dinosaur, a daffy robot, twins hanging out at doorbells, a dog sporting spectacles, a monster for a butler, and other peculiar characters. What else?
A great over-the-top villain the Bowler Hat Man will tickle your fancy. A heartfelt score by Danny Elfman. I don't normally mention musical scores, but Danny Elfman just hits it out of the park with his composing, each note seemingly ideal for establishing the intended mood. And, on top of it all, it's a time travel story. This flick sets a quick pace and has a tendency to lay down drive-by comedy, meaning the jokes are quick hits and then you move on.
The avalanche of family members had me addled for a while 'til I sorted out who was who. Hopefully, you don't get as bewildered. The kids will definitely have a blast.
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Wilbur : I never thought my dad would be my best friend. Lewis : I don't even know what I'm doing. Wilbur : Keep moving forward. Lewis : I mean, this stuff is way too advanced for me.
The patriarch of the Robinsons, Wilbur's father, and Franny's husband. He is in charge of Robinson Industries. Community Showcase More. Follow TV Tropes.
Michael "Goob" Yagoobian
Michael "Goob" Yagoobian , or also better known as the Bowler Hat Guy , is the secondary antagonist of Disney's 47th full-length animated feature film Meet the Robinsons. He was voiced by Stephen J. Anderson as an adult, and Matthew Josten as a young boy. Michael is a tall, slender man with brown hair and a thin mustache. He is often seen wearing a bowler hat and suit. He is commonly dressed in black as an adult. As a young boy, Michael is more interested in baseball than his roommate's inventing hobby, though he still tolerated and went along with Lewis' wacky and whimsical schemes. However, after he missed the winning catch, his fury became completely uncontrollable and powerful, as he was constantly in a very bad mood. Once the orphanage shut down, as time progressed and as he grew up , his resentment of Lewis grew. As an adult, Michael never really matured, acting insane and foolish, suggesting that he never went onto higher education after school.
Wesley Singerman: Wilbur
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It's tempting to label Meet the Robinsons as just another in a long line of recent computer animated kid-traps, but it deserves a more upbeat description. Thankfully, we're not subjected to the new staple of the big-screen cartoon - anthropomorphized animals are kept to a minimum a few genetically engineered frogs and a T-Rex. I'm tired of talking bears and singing donkeys.
Meet the Robinsons
As a year-old boy, Michael is more interested in baseball than his roommate's inventing hobby. He is mature for his age as he is willing to let go of his problem. However, in one of Lewis' timelines, after he missed the winning catch, his fury became uncontrollable as he was constantly in a bad mood. Once the orphanage shut down, as time progressed and as he grew up , his resentment of Lewis grew.
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