Bicentennial Man & Mission to Mars

Bicentennial Man & Mission to Mars

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Director: Brian De Palma, Chris Columbus

Cast: Brian De Palma, Chris Columbus, Gary Sinise, Robin Williams

     
 
If a robot spends enough time around humans, can he learn to become one of them? The Martin family purchases a domestic android as a servant and names him Andrew (Robin Williams). Andrew comes to know the man of the house as Sir (Sam Neill), his wife as Ma'am Wendy Crewson, and their daughter as Portia (Embeth Davidtz); before long, the Martins suspect that they do

Overview

If a robot spends enough time around humans, can he learn to become one of them? The Martin family purchases a domestic android as a servant and names him Andrew (Robin Williams). Andrew comes to know the man of the house as Sir (Sam Neill), his wife as Ma'am Wendy Crewson, and their daughter as Portia (Embeth Davidtz); before long, the Martins suspect that they do not have an ordinary robot on their hands. Andrew seems capable of expressing emotion and generating original thoughts, and the longer he stays with the Martins, the more strongly these human traits manifest themselves. Over the next 200 years, Andrew becomes less a machine and more a member of the family, until a mechanic (Oliver Platt) tells Andrew that he might be able to turn him into a human being. Based on a short story by renowned science fiction author Isaac Asimov (surprisingly, it's only the second Asimov story to be brought to the screen), Bicentennial Man was directed by Chris Columbus, who previously worked with Robin Williams on Mrs. Doubtfire.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/14/2008
UPC:
0786936774252
Source:
Walt Disney Video
Region Code:
1
Sales rank:
19,984

Special Features

Bicentennial Man:; Production featurette; Theatrical trailer; ; Mission to Mars:; Audio commentary; Animatics to scene comparison; Documentary: "Visions of Mars"; Visual effects analysis; Production art gallery; DVD-ROM; Theatrical trailer

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Bicentennial Man
1. Opening Credits/A Surprise [:12]
2. The Three Laws of Robotics [:22]
3. A Leap of Faith [3:10]
4. One Little Horse [3:10]
5. Hints of Something Special [1:40]
6. A Visit to NorthAm Robotics [:34]
7. The Facts of Life [:34]
8. A Duet in Time [4:13]
9. Financial Considerations [:11]
10. A Complicated Proposal [1:43]
11. Little Miss's Wedding Day [:12]
12. Talk of Freedom [:09]
13. "One" No More [3:00]
14. Saying Goodbye to Sir [4:09]
15. Andrew's Journey [2:47]
16. Rupert Burns Enterprises [5:20]
17. The Makeover [:57]
18. Andrew Returns Home [5:04]
19. Someone to Talk With [3:03]
20. Yet Another Goodbye [3:17]
21. A Profound Transition [6:24]
22. A Very Special Evening [4:51]
23. A Human Conversation [:16]
24. Doing the Wrong Thing [:16]
25. The World Congress (Intolerance of Immortality) [:41]
26. An Order to Things [3:04]
27. Welcome to the Human Condition [2:42]
28. The World Congress (In Search of Dignity) [:29]
29. A Destiny Fulfilled [:29]
30. Closing Credits [3:55]
Disc #2 -- Mission to Mars
1. Opening Credits/Barbeque [:11]
2. Three Commanders, One Ship [6:00]
3. Cydonia, Mars [6:00]
4. Space Station [6:00]
5. Deadly Discovery [:04]
6. Distress Call [:05]
7. The Right Crew [4:44]
8. Rescue Mission [:41]
9. Dance Lesson [1:37]
10. Signs From Mars [:40]
11. The Mission Is a "Go" [:20]
12. Maggie [6:03]
13. Meteoroids [5:24]
14. Falling [1:38]
15. Desperate Maneuver [1:25]
16. Losing Woody [2:26]
17. Arrival [1:20]
18. The Greenhouse [1:06]
19. Luke's Story [1:20]
20. The Secret [:49]
21. Unlocking the Code [2:53]
22. A Message [3:13]
23. Where No Man Has Gone Before [5:58]
24. The Truth Revealed [2:45]
25. Goodbye [4:15]
26. Countdown [2:09]
27. Voyage Home [4:12]
28. End Credits [:02]

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