Meet the Robinsons

Theatrical Release: March 30, 2007
DVD Release: October 23, 2007
Meet the Robinsons
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Synopsis

Lewis is an orphan who dreams of finding a family. His journey takes an unexpected turn when a mysterious stranger named Wilbur Robinson whisks him away to a world where anything is possible…THE FUTURE. There, he meets an incredible assortment of characters and a family beyond his wildest imagination, The Robinsons, who help lead him on an amazing and hilarious adventure with heartfelt results. Based upon the book ‘A Day with Wilbur Robinson’ by William Joyce.

Dove Review

This amazing movie focuses on some important values-like self confidence, being true to one’s self, letting go of the past and moving forward. It also emphasizes the point that our actions can change our future.

The animation is flawless and the characters are well defined. There is some minor cartoon-like violence and just a few minor issues which we list under the “other” category below. This film is imaginative and loaded with good things including some interesting plot twists. Every family should meet the Robinsons! They will be glad they did! This film is space-friendly and family-friendly all the way! We award this film five doves and we recommend it for every family member.

Content Description

Sex: A couple kiss
Language: None
Violence: Cartoon-like violence; boys struggle in space ship; food fight; a dinosaur tries to chase down and eat a few characters; man is hit by a bowler; explosion at science fair.
Drugs: A medical shot is given for allergies; character wears caffeine patches; a character gets a caffeine rush.
Nudity: Not unless you count a nude dinosaur!
Other: We encourage parents of adopted children to watch the film with their kids and discuss their feelings about the situations expressed; some minor disrespect shown to adult characters; childish name calling; some kids lie but there are repercussions; kid drives a space vehicle without having a license; some frogs go to a bar.

Info

Company: Disney
Writer: Michelle Bochner and Daniel Gerson and Shirley Pierce and William Joyce
Producer: Dorothy McKim
Genre: Animated
Runtime: 102 min.
Industry Rating: G
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter