Meet The Robinsons


A quote from Walt himself, “Keep moving forward”, acts as both motto and moral in this latest Disney digi-toon. The Mouse House is treading water here with a flimsy confection that seems designed to plug the gap between Pixar’s Cars and Ratatouille. Filching elements from The Jetsons, Back To The Future II and The Matrix, it spins around abandoned boy genius Lewis, whose quest for his birthmother is put on hold when he’s time-machined into the future by a member of the eponymous mega-clan. Director Stephen J Anderson has fun larynxing the baddie, but the puddle-deep Robinsons exposes his direct-to-video background. After meeting the Robinsons we scarcely get to know them, while the finale fusses over loose ends. This is eye candy with a hollow centre.


Film Details

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  • UK Theatrical Release Date: March 30th 2007

User Reviews

    • seoforward

      Dec 1st 2010, 18:27

      I totally disagree with this review and rating, watch it again and then come back to me with a more tangible seems like someone did a no.2 in your breakfast and you thought you would share your bad mood with everyone. Meet the Robinsons is one of the best stories ever told, originally from a book by William Joyce the beautiful animation takes us on a wonderful journey. Much more than a simple tale of what if. Meet the Robinsons is a heart warming take on life and moving forward no matter what life throws at you "You think I'm crazy don't you" it again you know what I am talking about.

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    • seoforward

      Dec 1st 2010, 18:36


      Forgot to vote with all that ranting "you think i'm crazy don't you?" watch the film

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