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Review Date: June 30, 2019
Year of Release: 2019
Rating: PG-13
Running time: 115 minutes
Box Office Gross: N/A
Site Rating: 1 out of 10 stars

The sci-fi film “I Am Mother” starring Academy Award winner, Hillary Swank, is about a robot raising a little girl, after robots destroy humans. The young girl is unaware of what has happened and calls the robot “Mother.”

The film has a very bleak outlook on humanity and takes an offensive dig at Christianity in true Hollywood style, as the industry (tinseltown) is hedonistic, unethical and sacrilegious. Therefore, it hates anything encouraging people to be decent human beings and that which implores others to refrain from hurting and harming others.

The special efx in the film is good, as is the acting. However, the themes present in the film are offensive and a real downer. There is an excessive amount of violence and there are gross moments in the film. There are also items that involve the macabre and inexcusably where children are concerned. The film also has a foolish ending. It is a waste of a film budget with fairly expensive sets on an unoriginal film.


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