Bicentennial Man

Theatrical Release: December 17, 1999
Bicentennial Man
Not Recommended for Families

Synopsis

This latest comedy from Touchstone follows the life and times of the title character, an android (Robin Williams), who is purchased as a household robot programmed to perform menial tasks. The Martin family quickly learns that they don’t have an ordinary robot as Andrew begins to experience emotions and creative thought. In a story that spans two centuries, Andrew learns the intricacies of humanity, life and love, as his desire to become more human becomes a reality.

Dove Review

Content Description

Two profanities from the woman the robot falls in love with; the robot is taught how to swear, so we hear one over and over as he learns how to say it; a teen girl uses a crude word; a flatulence joke. Although the film has many positive qualities, we can't recommend it due to the misuse of God’s name.

Info

Source: Theater
Company: Touchstone Pictures
Writer: Nicholas Kazan
Director: Laurence Mark
Producer: Wolfgang Petersen, Gail Katz
Genre: Unknown
Runtime: 133 min.
Industry Rating: PG
Starring: Robin Williams, Sam Neill, Embeth Davidtz, Wendy Crewson, and Oliver Platt.