I saw it this afternoon.
Now, consider that any sci-fi movie automatically puts me in a positive frame of mind: if it's not dreadful, I'm gonna at least like it.
So I liked it.
But not a lot.
And I wouldn't go see "I, Robot II."
The movie's OK, is all.
It has more of the feel of a boring, overly long "Star Wars" sequel than, say, "Minority Report," or "Total Recall," both of which I found absolutely, completely absorbing.
Things I liked:
1) Bridget Moynihan, always a babe, even when she's made up ghoulishly and poorly lighted as she was in this movie
2) Will Smith's car. His 2035 Audi is what I'm buying.
I especially like how, after the car is absolutely totaled by a massive robot transport, all the air bags inflate and our hero emerges with a just a few cuts and bruises
3) The wonderful animated robot faces and surfaces
4) Will Smith's amazing left arm, which, after an accident and advanced medical treatment, turns out to be life-saving
5) The line, "You have to read the organ-donor card real carefully; they don't tell you what they might put in"