Raymond K. Nakamura
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The only thing I knew about this was that Matthew was in it. I enjoyed how this story kept surprising me. And I liked the robots. The father-daughter story made me cry. The science did not really make sense and usually that would bother me. But I decided to think of it as magic, given how advanced it seemed to be. This movie left me wondering about it in many ways. Taking a physics course with the hope of figuring out how love transcends time and space, I expect you would be disappointed, but maybe STEM educators should try that.