Bicentennial man review

Andrew is a unique machine with real emotions, a sense of humour and a burning curiosity to discover what it really means to be a human.

Over the course of his service spanning two hundreds years and several generations, Andrew discovers much about the intricacy’s of life and love, and finds there are many things he can teach as well as learn.

This is one of the saddest (most depressing) films I have ever seen, but it still manages to pack in some good laughs.

This film is good but make sure you have a large supply of tissues – don’t miss it!

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