Set in the near future, where robot boxing is a top sport, a struggling promoter feels he's found a champion in a discarded robot. During his hopeful rise to the top, he discovers he has an 11-year-old son who wants to know his father.
Ever wondered what $160 million could buy you? Only the very cheapest of these films, for starters. If you like eye-popping CGI, star-studded casts, and characters that are just begging to be made into action figures, then check out this collection of the biggest sci-fi blockbusters Hollywood has to offer.
Instead of taking your kids to the zoo, act like a true 21st century parent: sit them in front of the TV. For a movie you’ll enjoy too, watch “We Bought a Zoo.” Matt Damon is always fine. For a movie only the kids will like, try “Zookeeper.”
The very best sci-fi 2011 has to offer; including Hugh Jackman finding redemption through robot boxing in 'Real Steel', Bradley Cooper unlocking his full potential in 'Limitless' and Jake Gyllenhall quantum leaping in 'Source Code'.
What's worse than a deadly robot, armed to teeth with rockets, lasers, and infrared targeting? What about the same robot, but clicked and dragged 10x (don't forget to hold shift, or the dimensions will be off).