TV Shows

Finch (2021)

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Released Year: 2021
Runtime: 115 minutes
Directors: Miguel Sapochnik
IMDB: Finch (2021)


On a post-apocalyptic Earth, a robot, built to protect the life of his dying creator's beloved dog, learns about life, love, friendship, and what it means to be human.



IndieWire - David Ehrlich
A broadly safe film like “Finch” might roll into its destination with an ease that belies the risks of getting there, but sometimes the real treasure is the friends we build along the way.
Empire - Olly Richards
Tom Hanks is more than enough to make this almost one-man show thrilling and heart-breaking. Prepare to weep. Doubly so if you’re a dog person.
Slashfilm - Chris Evangelista
Hanks carries the entire film on his back, and this is yet another great bit of work from the actor.
Paste Magazine - Jacob Oller
A forgettable sci-fi with standout elements—making the most of what he’s got left, even if it’s not enough.
The Hollywood Reporter - David Rooney
There’s little that’s unpredictable in Miguel Sapochnik’s unabashedly sentimental sci-fi road movie, which could almost have been assembled in a robotics lab from the durable parts of countless movies past. But darned if I wasn’t misting up in the melancholy climactic scenes.

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