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Film Review - Robots (2023)


“Robots” doesn’t have the best timing when it comes to jokes and commentary on American life. Perhaps this is due to its European sensibility, with Danish co-writer/co-director Caspar Christensen (partnering with Anthony Hines, who’s worked extensively with Sacha Baron Cohen) attempting to make a farce about the ways of the U.S.A., trying to fashion some type of satire concerning the mess we’re all in, imagining a future of Trump-ian politics, Tesla-led technological liberations, and human insensitivity. And there’s even a gag centered around a mass shooting. To label “Robots” a comedy is being generous, as it consistently fumbles funny business, with the production stuck in a weird holding pattern of dismal slapstick and misguided performances. It could’ve been a Quentin Dupieux-esque batch of mischief covering sex and fraud, but Christensen and Hines don’t have a vision for cinematic silliness, creating a terrible episode of television instead. Read the rest at


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