By Alice King
June 16, 2000 at 04:00 AM EDT
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In Bicentennial Man, Robin Williams plays a 21st-century robot who, amid his whirs and clatterings, discovers he has a heart — or, rather, that he wants one. The android’s 200-year world-spanning journey toward humanness (his humanity’s evident from the start) proves blandly saccharine — and a tad creepy. When the anatomically improved automaton returns to find his beloved Little Miss an old lady, he instead tries out the new equipment on her look-alike granddaughter. Ah, eternal love. B-

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  • PG
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  • 131 minutes
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