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It goes from bad to worse....

"This answers the age-old question, how bad can a movie be? I thought that “The Day After Tomorrow” (2004) had seen disaster movies hit their nadir, but I hadn’t reckoned with director Scott Derickson and screenwriter David Scarpa. They have seen that turkey and raised it."

"This has one idiotic occurrence after another, just like “The Day After Tomorrow.” There’s a huge robot that can control electricity and just about everything else. But the good guys capture this robot and transport it to a huge building to try to drill it open. How did they capture and control something so powerful, you might ask? Don’t"

"Reeves is perfectly cast for Scarpa’s script because he only has to say short sentences composed of words that rarely exceed one syllable."

Hmmmm......We'll see how the little programmable 'child units' respond to this movie. Not much else out there to go see, and it is PG-13 so I guess a lot of parents, looking for something to entertain the kiddies, will let them or drag them to see this....

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