Robot Dreams

2023 [SPANISH]

Animation / Drama / Music

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Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 100% · 27 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 93%
IMDb Rating 7.5/10 10 3008 3K

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906.3 MB
1280*692
English 2.0
NR
25 fps
1 hr 38 min
Seeds 100+
1.64 GB
1920*1038
English 2.0
NR
25 fps
1 hr 38 min
Seeds 100+
1.47 GB
1920*1038
English 2.0
NR
25 fps
1 hr 38 min
Seeds 100+

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by kosmasp 10 / 10

(Ro)B(ot)FF

No pun intended - the movie is a love letter. To friendship, to life and to New York to a degree. I have not been to New York (it is a dream of mine to go there one day), but I imagine those who live there, will feel the mood and the general idea the movie gives us. This is New York of the 80s .. so yes a certain building is still standing strong - hopefully you do not have strong feelings about that. In a negative way that is.

The animation is good - and while you have to suspend your disbelief (a dog living on his own, being humanized - same with other animals), all being called by the name of ... well the animal they are. So the dog has the name dog on his door bell. There is one funny moment, where he (or she, but I assume it is he) has a tag with the name cat ... just a small little joke ... and there are many others to be found all over the movie.

Fore and background working hand in hand .. like our two main characters. Though you just know that things are way too perfect ... something has to give. And while that also requires a big amount of suspension of disbelief (there surely has to be another way to get ... "there"/inside/outside), it is important for the movie .. and the growth of the characters. We never know how our main character earns money btw - another things you just have to let go ... this is fantasy. Don't ruin it for yourself. And a very well written one at that. So enjoy it - as a dream and do not make it a nightmare ...

Reviewed by CharlieIsOmega 8 / 10

A love letter to children's cinema and a past life

I wish all children's films were remotely close to what Pablo Berger has achieved with his animated debut.

A film that manages to be enjoyable for both children and adults. A work that will undoubtedly grow with the younger viewer, since its true story is hidden between the lines.

A superb handling of visual humor, along with some dramatic shots to make them poster and that tear you apart.

At times it doesn't work for me and I feel it gets repetitive or stalls certain sequences too long, time that could have been used to explore a certain character at the end or other tangents, but when, it works, damn, it knows where to play. I wish this animation would come back to the big studios in North America.

I love you crocodile boy.

Reviewed by pizza0 10 / 10

You are likely to Cry watching this movie

Robot Dreams is a beautifully crafted, well structured, multi-layered animated feature that is packed with meaningful messages and emotional triggers about relationships, memories and connections. As you follow the story, the lack of dialogue sharpens your senses and your mind interprets the imagery but also supplies this process with your own experiences, attempting to connect to the pictures at a subconscious level. As the movie reaches the climax, you will realize that the movie has somehow mirrored a large number of your memories where relationships or connections ceased to exist because the passage of time got in the way. This overwhelming feeling will make you emotional.

Robot Dreams reminds me of Mary and Max: two unlikely characters find comfort and much more in each other's company, the magic of this connection gets imprinted onto a single piece of music used throughout the film, for Mary and Max it's Perpetuum Mobile and for Robot Dreams, well you can watch it for yourself.

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