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Title: Surrogates  

Year Of Release: 2009

Review Date: July 31, 2010

Rating: PG-13

Running time: 97 minutes

Box Office Gross: $122,444,772

Site Rating: 2 out of 10 stars

"Surrogates" starring Bruce Willis, is about a world, where robot clones are built for people to live vicariously through them, whilst engaging in risky and dangerous behavior, they normally would not participate in. This film is a rip-off of Arnold Schwarzenegger's "The Sixth Day."

The plot of "Surrogates" lingers over a group of people, appalled at the idea of robot clones, labeling it unnatural. They take action to put an end to the program - literally - via infecting the mainframe with viruses and spyware.

Spoiler Alert: Willis' character is actually a prettied up, youthful FBI Agent, robot surrogate, being controlled by the older, human version of himself. At least if need be, the robot could have gotten a computer system together, unlike the real FBI

This film wasn't anything special, just your run of the mill rip-off of a project that was already done. The acting was average and the special fx mundane. 

 


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