Saturday, January 29, 2011

Robot ("Endhiran" TeztigoMix_Part 02) ***Kollywood(Tamil)***

This is so weird I just had to include it here.

Begins as a combo between Terminator and Matrix and then it gets weirder and weirder...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enthiran

Thx b3ta for the link:
http://www.b3ta.com/links/Bollywoods_version_of_The_Matrix_Terminator



For those interested here is Wikipedia's description of the scene:

Vaseegaran establishes remote communication with Chitti via holographic projection and instructs Chitti to return to his lab. But Chitti refuses to oblige and disconnects the transmission. Calling himself "Version 2.0" now, Chitti begins to create replicas. Dr. Bohra is killed by Chitti. Soon Chitti's army of robots cause mayhem in the city, and take over AIRD. Vaseegaran undertakes the responsibility to stop Chitti. Disguised as one of the robots, he successfully infiltrates the AIRD headquarters. Vaseegaran instructs the police to cut the power supply in the entire city and Sana distracts Chitti from the problem by pretending that she had finally fallen in love with him. When Chitti and his army are about to run out of power, they find an alternate solution: they seize vehicles on the road and use their batteries to recharge themselves.

Chitti finds Vaseegaran, but as Chitti is about to kill him, the police force strikes AIRD. The robots assemble themselves into a sphere, snake, tower, and drill bit formations to defend themselves. One of the robots is immobilized by a grenade explosion, and is taken into custody by Vaseegaran. He uploads a computer worm into Chitti's network which temporarily brings down the robot army. Chitti identifies the source of the worm and sends a "self-destruct" command to the robot. The robots assemble in the shape of a giant and chase Vaseegaran's armoured bus. Vaseegaran uses the data he had backed up from the destroyed robot to de-magnetise the robot army, collapsing the giant formation. Chitti is pulled into the bus by a huge magnetic wall, allowing Vaseegaran access to Chitti's internal control panel, through which he instructs all the other robots to self-destruct. He then removes the red chip.

In a court hearing, the jury rules capital punishment for Vaseegaran citing the large number of casualties and damages to public property caused by the robot army. Chitti, explaining to the court that the law allows it to be treated as material evidence, if not as a witness, explains that it was Dr. Bohra who caused Chitti's deviant behaviour. He shows the court, using his eyes as 3D projectors, the video footage of Dr. Bohra installing the red chip inside him. The court decides to drop all charges against Vaseegaran, while concluding that Chitti should be dismantled in order to avoid further mishaps of the same kind in future. Back at the lab, in the presence of bureaucrats and police officials, an emotional Vaseegaran tells Chitti to dismantle itself. While taking off its parts one by one, Chitti apologizes to Sana and Vaseegaran for the problems it caused.

Twenty years later, in 2030, students in a science museum are escorted by a guide towards a showcase that has Chitti's body parts arranged. The guide tells the students that Chitti was the most advanced humanoid robot created, but it was dismantled due to "certain reasons". A curious student (Shriya Sharma) asks why, to which Chitti's head responds, "I started to think."

1 comment:

Kofla Olivieri said...

Wow, great film! At first I thought it was like Will Smith "I-robot", but this is one has much better special effects

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