Meet The Robinsons

Meet The Robinsons

Meet The Robinsons

This Disney animated film follows Lewis, a lonely young inventor. His latest and most ambitious project is the Memory Scanner, a device to help him recall his mother and to help him reunite his family.

But before he puts his plan into action, his invention is stolen by a strange man donning a black bowler hat. Shortly after, a stranger named Wilbur Robinson whisks Lewis away in a time machine. The man in the bowler hat is from the future, and there Lewis - with the help of the Robinson family - tries to track down his invention.

2007Rating: G, .94 minsUSAWalt Disney Animation
AdventureAnimatedComedyKids & FamilyScience Fiction

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Reviews & comments

Just Right

I feel like this movie was highly unrecognised and under-rated, even though ratings are not that low. I feel like this movie is a paragon of the family genre. This film isn't overwhelmingly brilliant or passionate, but perfect in a more modest way. This film portrays curiosity in a wonderful way, with mesmerising gizmos and gadgets, inventions that inspire....

5.0
Variety

Variety

press

Like a surprising run of recent movies, Meet the Robinsons is based on a picture book (William Joyce's "A Day With Wilbur Robinson"). Unlike most of them, it achieves liftoff...

Variety

Variety

press

A sharp-minded, plenty entertaining toon that will keep children of all ages wide-eyed and on their toes...

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

The most un-Disneylike cartoon yet from Disney animation. The thing is a hellzapoppin' of eccentric characters, zany situations and wacky gizmos, but little effort has gone into making any of this connect with an audience...

New Zealand Herald

New Zealand Herald

press

The story and humour don't live up to the fantastic visuals, wacky characters and creative 3D effect...

3.0
Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

Kids will enjoy the colourful animation and fun characters, but adults will wish it all made a bit more sense...

2.0
BBC

BBC

press

Saddled with a severe surfeit of characters and a needlessly complicated narrative, Meet the Robinsons ultimately proves as erratic and spluttering as Lewis's patented peanut butter and jelly splurt gun...

2.0
Variety

Variety

press

Like a surprising run of recent movies, Meet the Robinsons is based on a picture book (William Joyce's "A Day With Wilbur Robinson"). Unlike most of them, it achieves liftoff...

Variety

Variety

press

A sharp-minded, plenty entertaining toon that will keep children of all ages wide-eyed and on their toes...

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

The most un-Disneylike cartoon yet from Disney animation. The thing is a hellzapoppin' of eccentric characters, zany situations and wacky gizmos, but little effort has gone into making any of this connect with an audience...

New Zealand Herald

New Zealand Herald

press

The story and humour don't live up to the fantastic visuals, wacky characters and creative 3D effect...

3.0
Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

Kids will enjoy the colourful animation and fun characters, but adults will wish it all made a bit more sense...

2.0
BBC

BBC

press

Saddled with a severe surfeit of characters and a needlessly complicated narrative, Meet the Robinsons ultimately proves as erratic and spluttering as Lewis's patented peanut butter and jelly splurt gun...

2.0

Just Right

I feel like this movie was highly unrecognised and under-rated, even though ratings are not that low. I feel like this movie is a paragon of the family genre. This film isn't overwhelmingly brilliant or passionate, but perfect in a more modest way. This film portrays curiosity in a wonderful way, with mesmerising gizmos and gadgets, inventions that...

5.0