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The Mitchells Vs the Machines Review
The Mitchells vs. the Machines, a new animation film full of action and comedy, is set after an ordinary family finds itself at the center of its greatest challenge of all to save the world from its demise by robots. Simple, isn't it?
The Mitchells Vs. The Machines created by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, the makers of the Academy Award-winning film Spider-Man: Into, The LEGO Movie and The Lego Move Second Part-their first major anime film franchise was Cloudy with a Chance of Meatball, a success for Sony pictures, who made it to 2018 when they made the best film of their career, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, a crossover story from what we see for our Spider-Man superhero, featuring various fashionable and outstanding music that were awarded the first Academy Award for the duo so far, and that duo is working on the part of next year's film.
The Mitchells vs. the Machines, a new animation film full of action and comedy, is set after an ordinary family finds itself at the center of its greatest challenge of all... to save the world from its demise by robots. Simple, isn't it?
It all starts when introverted creator Kate Mitchell is accepted into the cinema school she dreamed of joining, and her enthusiasm for leaving the house her naturalist father insists on taking the whole family on a drive to school, so that they can be brought closer together through one last trip without confusion or compulsion. But when things get worse on the journey, the family suddenly finds itself in the midst of a robotic revolt! Everything from smartphones, Roomba vacuum cleaners, evil Furbys are employed to capture every human on Earth.
And now saving humanity is in the hands of Mitchell's family. The family includes the emotive mother Linda, the eclectic brother Aaron, and the spongy dog Monchi, and two friendly but simple robots.
The coordinated comedies and the family atmosphere, because this film is so good for mass viewing with your family during Ramadan, something we have missed so much in recent years, it has become impossible to watch with family members, but the movie The Mitchells vs.
the Machines is designed not only to have the all-important goal of spending time with your family, but to devote the message to a developed world full of modern means, mobile phones and devices.
And this is just like the world we live in, a world that is very dangerous for future generations, and the filmmakers were telling us that we could change that if we were to turn to our normal lives and focus more on spending more time with the people we love, because one day they wouldn't be with us.
An ambitious Michigan filmmaker, Katie Mitchell, often collided with her naturalistic, tech-loving father, who was recently admitted to California film school; When they separate, Rick decides to cancel Katie's trip and instead takes her with her mother Linda, her younger brother Aaron, and the family dog Munchy, on a trip across the country to her college as a final bonding experience.
Meanwhile, a highly intelligent AI organization named Pal betrays its creator, Mark Bowman, after declaring it obsolete, planning to unveil a new line of home robots, and orders all the robots to capture humans from all over the world and release them into space, but the Mitchell's manage to avoid being caught in a cafe along the way.
Katy attempts to download the murder code, but is turned off after giant Forbe stalks the family, but they eventually trap Bal, as his laser destroys the router, disables the hardware supporting the organization, and disables all robots, which also stops the murder code download, and the Mitchell family is seen as heroes.
On Rotten Tomatoes, the film received a 97% approval rating based on 112 reviews, with an average rating of 8.3/ 10, and the site's critical consensus reads: "Strikingly and energetic, Al Michelle has a funny and fun story that all family members can watch and enjoy, and nearly 27 critics confirm this, pointing to global acclaim.
Along with several monthly art sites that gave positive reviews to the film, because it gave an image of the past, which was very impressive, perhaps because we are coming in the near future to overlap between human and artificial intelligence in our lives. On the other hand, Netflix has become a very strong competitor with many notable works such as movies and animations.