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Robot Awakening (2015 Movie)
- Movie Title: OMG, I’m a Robot! (2015)
- IMDb Rating: 5.5/10
- Director: Tal Goldberg, Gal Zelezniak
- Stars: Yotam Ishay, Hili Yalon, Tzahi Grad
- Genres: Action | Comedy | Sci-Fi
- Resolution: 480p | 720p | 1080p
- Language: Hindi & Hebrew
- Subtitles: Yes
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OMG, I’m a Robot?! (Hebrew: אני לא מאמין, אני רובוט?!, tr. Ani lo ma’am in ani Robot!), also known as Robot Awakening, is an Israeli science fiction comedy film directed by Tal Goldbergand Gal Zelezniak.
Actors Yotam Ishay and Tzahi Grad co-star in the lead roles. It also presents a Jewish “R2-D2” dubbed by Rob Schneider. It was produced by Amir Manor, shot by Tomer Shani, and edited by Yiftach Paul Shoshan.
OMG, I’m a Robot! 2015 Synopsis:
Danny is amazed to find out he is a deadly robot. With renewed hopes and robotic forces, and with the help of his macho boss and a small Jewish “R2D2” (Dubbed by Rob Schneider), Danny sets off to rescue the love of his life.
Review of OMG, I’m a Robot! :
No details are known regarding this movie’s production history; however, its credits feature the Tel Aviv University logo and credit to fund that supports student film projects; suggesting either that this may have started life as a student project, or has had upgrades applied later. No one would confuse this film for one with an average commercial budget (even by Israeli standards), yet self-awareness comes naturally for sci-fi comedies; thus making its low budget look not disastrous either – working with what resources available, its art director even won an award nomination from Israel Film Academy! And its artificial quality also fits its nature as a fable.
The balance between assertiveness and sensitivity is of critical importance in Israel where, over the past fifty years, society has mocked them with references like having an army that bombs “yorim uvochim,” or bombards and balks (“bombing and bawling.”). As humans, we’re presented with robots who possess feelings, while these artificially intelligent machines seem incapable of creating feelings at all. A metaphysical question emerges regarding whether robots truly possess feelings or just fake them. Although not thoroughly addressed herein. Tzahi Grad and Dror Keren can both be seen here playing their usual characters: Tzahi as an authority figure and Dror as a Russian immigrant respectively. I found two pretty actresses playing major parts, although sometimes difficult to distinguish from each other; both lead actors were convincing as sensitive robots while at the same time remaining robotic; as was expected given such difficult challenges to performing both aspects.