I, Robot Soundtrack (

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Rating: 7.10/10 from 577000 votes
Tags: humanoid robot, man versus machine, grandmother, dystopia, artificial intelligence
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Yo, robot

Title in Português:

Eu, Robot

Title in Italiano:

Io, robot

Title in Français:

I, Robot

Title in Türk:

Ben, Robot

Title in Deutsch:

I, Robot

Synopsis

Set in a future Earth (2035 A.D.) where robots are common assistants and workers for their human owners, this is the story of "robotophobic" Chicago Police Detective Del Spooner's investigation into the murder of Dr. Alfred Lanning, who works at U.S. Robotics, in which a robot, Sonny, appears to be implicated, even though that would mean the robot had violated the Three Laws of Robotics, which is apparently impossible.

It seems impossible because... if robots can break those laws, there's nothing to stop them from taking over the world, as humans have grown to become completely dependent upon their robots. Or maybe... they already have? Aiding Spooner in his investigation is a psychologist, Dr. Susan Calvin, who specializes in the psyches of robots.

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I, Robot
Top Floor, Por Favor
Joe Lervold: Performer
Joe Lervold: Writer
Superstition
Stevie Wonder: Performer
Stevie Wonder: Writer
NS5 Commercial
Stephen Barton: Writer
Rescue Me
Carl Smith: Performer
Fontella Bass: Performer
Main Titles
Marco Beltrami: Performer
Gangs of Chicago
Marco Beltrami: Performer
I, Robot Theme (End Credits)
Marco Beltrami: Performer
New Arrivals
Marco Beltrami: Performer
Tunnel Chase
Marco Beltrami: Performer
Sonny's Interrogation
Marco Beltrami: Performer
Spooner Spills
Marco Beltrami: Performer
Chicago 2035
Marco Beltrami: Performer
Purse Snatcher
Marco Beltrami: Performer
Need Some Nanites
Marco Beltrami: Performer
1001 Robots
Marco Beltrami: Performer
Dead Robot Walking
Marco Beltrami: Performer
Man on the Inside
Marco Beltrami: Performer
Spiderbots
Marco Beltrami: Performer
Round Up
Marco Beltrami: Performer
20th Century Fox Fanfare (with CinemaScope extension) (Alfred Newman)
David Arnold: Performer
All About Eve (1950) - Main Title / The Award (Alfred Newman)
David Arnold: Performer
How Green Was My Valley (1941) - The Family and Bronwen / Finale / End Title (Alfred Newman)
David Arnold: Performer
The Song of Bernadette (1943) - The Vision (Alfred Newman)
David Arnold: Performer
Laura (1994) - Main Title (David Raksin)
David Arnold: Performer
The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (1947) - Prelude / Local Train / The Sea (Bernard Herrmann)
David Arnold: Performer
Captain From Castile (1947) - Conquest (Alfred Newman)
David Arnold: Performer
Twelve O'Clock High (1948) - Main title (Alfred Newman)
David Arnold: Performer
The Day The Earth STood Still (1951) - Prelude / Outer Space / Radar (Bernard Herrmann)
David Arnold: Performer
Viva Zapata! (1952) - Gathering Forces (Alex North)
David Arnold: Performer
My Cousin Rachel (1952) - Main Title (Franz Waxman)
David Arnold: Performer
The Robe (1953) - Main Title / Caligula's Arrival / Finale (Alfred Newman)
David Arnold: Performer
Prince Valiant (1954) - Main Title / King Aguar's Escape (Franz Waxman)
David Arnold: Performer
Untamed (195) - Main Title (Franz Waxman)
David Arnold: Performer
The Rains of Ranchipur (1955) - Main Title (Hugo Friedhofer)
David Arnold: Performer
How to Marry a Millionaire (1953) - Street Scene (Alfred Newman)
David Arnold: Performer
The Seven Year Itch (1955) - Main Title (Alfred Newman)
David Arnold: Performer
Three Coins In The Fountain (1954) - Prelude / Rome (Victor Young)
David Arnold: Performer
Love Is A Many-Splendored Thing (1955) - Main Title / God Has Been Good / Finale (Alfred Newman)
David Arnold: Performer
The Long, Hot Summer (1958) - The Long, Hot Summer, Lyrics by Sammy Cahn, Performed by Jimmie Rodgers / Two Butterflies
David Arnold: Performer
From The Terrace (1960) - Love Theme (Elmer Bernstein)
David Arnold: Performer
Disc Time:
David Arnold: Performer
Cleopatra (1963) - Main Title / Cleopatra Enters Rome (Alex North)
David Arnold: Performer
The Sand Pebbles (1966) - Overture / Main Title (Jerry Goldsmith)
David Arnold: Performer
Planet Of The Apes (1968) - Main Title / The Hunt (Jerry Goldsmith)
David Arnold: Performer
Patton (1970) - Main Title / German Advance (Jerry Goldsmith)
David Arnold: Performer
Tora! Tora! Tora! (1970) - Main Title (Jerry Goldsmith)
David Arnold: Performer
The French Connection (1971) - Main Title / This Is It (Don Ellis)
David Arnold: Performer
The Poseidon Adventure (1972) - Main Title (John Williams)
David Arnold: Performer
The Paper Chase (1973) - End Title (John Williams)
David Arnold: Performer
Conrack (1974) - Main Title (John Williams)
David Arnold: Performer
The Omen (1976) - Ave Satani (Jerry Goldsmith)
David Arnold: Performer
Magic (1978) - Main Title (Jerry Goldsmith)
David Arnold: Performer
The Fury (1978) - For Gillian / End Title (John Williams)
David Arnold: Performer
Alien (1979) - Main Title (Jerry Goldsmith)
David Arnold: Performer
Norma Rae (1979) - It Goes Like It Goes (Lyrics by Norman Gimbel, Performed by Jennifer Warnes) (David Shire)
David Arnold: Performer
Author! Author! (1982) - Main Title (Dave Grusin)
David Arnold: Performer
Max Dugan Returns (1983) - End Title (David Shire)
David Arnold: Performer
Romancing The Stone (1984) - End Title (Alan Silvestri)
David Arnold: Performer
Commando (1985) - Prologue / Main Title (James Horner)
David Arnold: Performer
Predator (1986) - Main Title (Alan Silvestri)
David Arnold: Performer
The Fly (1986) - Main Title (Howard Shore)
David Arnold: Performer
Lucas (1986) - Main Title (Dave Grusin)
David Arnold: Performer
Raising Arizona (1987) - Way Out There (Carter Burwell)
David Arnold: Performer
Wall Street (1987) - Bud's Scam (Stewart Copeland)
David Arnold: Performer
Big (1988) - Opening (Howard Shore)
David Arnold: Performer
Broadcast News (1987) - Young Jane / Main Title (Bill Conti)
David Arnold: Performer
Die Hard (1988) - The Nakatomi Plaza / Gruber's Arrival (Michael Kamen)
David Arnold: Performer
The Abyss (1989) - Bud on the Ledge (Alan Silvestri)
David Arnold: Performer
Hoffa (1992) - End Credits (David Newman)
David Arnold: Performer
Mrs. Doubtfire (1993) - Main Title (Howard Shore
David Arnold: Performer
Speed (1994) - The Rescue (Mark Mancina)
David Arnold: Performer
Cast Away (2000) - End Credits (Alan Silvestri)
David Arnold: Performer
Unfaithful (2002) - Unfaithful (Jan A.P. Kaczmarek)
David Arnold: Performer
Ice Age (2002) - Opening Travel Music (David Newman)
David Arnold: Performer
I, Robot (2004) - End Credits (Marco Beltrami)
David Arnold: Performer
Fantastic Four (2005) - Main Titles (John Ottman)
David Arnold: Performer
Night At The Museum (2006) - Night At The Museum (Alan Silvestri)
David Arnold: Performer
Horton Hears A Who! (2008) - Horton Suite (John Powell)
David Arnold: Performer
Independence Day (1996) - End Credits (David Arnold)
David Arnold: Performer
Peter Pan - Flying
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Elf - Buddy's Journey
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Mr Magorium's Wonder Emporium - Finale
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Taken - Main Title
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Robots - Robots Overture
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Looney Tunes: Back in Action - Car Trouble
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Wallace And Gromit: The Curse Of The Were-Rabbit - A Grand Day Out
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Flicka - Main Title
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Racing Stripes - The Big Race
Craig Armstrong: Performer
We Are Marshall - Theme
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Being Julia - Curtain Up/The Real World
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Nicholas Nickleby - Main Titles
Craig Armstrong: Performer
NannyMcPhee - Snow In August
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Shrek 2 - Prince Charming
Craig Armstrong: Performer
The Ant Bully - Sweet Rock
Craig Armstrong: Performer
The Astronaut Farmer - Opening Titles
Craig Armstrong: Performer
The Sisterhood Of The Travelling Pants - The Travelling Song
Craig Armstrong: Performer
The Pursuit Of Happyness - Opening
Craig Armstrong: Performer
The Holiday - Maestro
Craig Armstrong: Performer
The Family Stone - It's Snowing
Craig Armstrong: Performer
The Great Raid - Closing Titles
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Sea Of Dreams - Sea of Dreams
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Beat The Drum - The Village
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Duma - Xan and Duma Say Goodbye
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Blood Diamond - Solomon Vandy
Craig Armstrong: Performer
The Quiet American - The Quiet American
Craig Armstrong: Performer
The Gospel Of John - Follow Me
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Water - House of Windows
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Partition - Partition
Craig Armstrong: Performer
As You Like It - Violin Romance
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Nomad - Kazakhstan 1710
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Lost - Parting Words
Craig Armstrong: Performer
United 93 - Dedication
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Beyond Borders - Chechnya IV
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Goodbye Bafana - The Harbour
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Flight Of The Phoenix - Heat Dream
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Carnivale - Carnivale End Title (Ben's Theme)
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Out Of Time - Out of Time Theme
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Tears Of The Sun - The Journey / Kopano Part III
Craig Armstrong: Performer
The Good German - Unrecht Oder Recht (Main Title)
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Firewall - Firewall
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Rush Hour 3 - Parachute Down
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Annapolis - Showdown
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Flyboys - Heroes
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Stealth - Main Title
Craig Armstrong: Performer
The Bourne Supremacy - Bim Bam Smash
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Grindhouse: Planet Terror - Grindhouse (Main Title)
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Hellboy - Main Title
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Ghostrider - Ghostrider
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Serenity - End Credits
Craig Armstrong: Performer
The Kingdom - Waiting
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Sin City - Sin City End Titles
Craig Armstrong: Performer
The Fast And The Furious: Tokyo Drift - The Fast And The Furious: Tokyo Drift
Craig Armstrong: Performer
S.W.A.T. - Bullet Frenzy II
Craig Armstrong: Performer
M:i:III - Schifrin and Variations
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Fantastic Four - Main Titles
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Stargate: Atlantis - Main Title
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Star Trek Nemesis - Final Fight
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Night At The Museum - Night at the Museum
Craig Armstrong: Performer
X-Men: The Last Stand - The Last Stand
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Evan Almighty - The Flood
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Four Brothers - Four Brothers
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Inside Man - Good and Ready
Craig Armstrong: Performer
24 - Main Title (Orchestral Videogame Version)
Craig Armstrong: Performer
American Gangster - Frank Lucas
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Zodiac - Graysmith's Theme
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Breach - Dangerous World
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Million Dollar Baby - Blue Morgan (End Credits)
Craig Armstrong: Performer
An Unfinished Life - Main Title
Craig Armstrong: Performer
The Lives Of Others - The Invisible Front
Craig Armstrong: Performer
All The Kings Men - Give Me the Hammer and I'll Nail 'Em UP!
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Lion For Lambs - Last Shift
Craig Armstrong: Performer
House Of Sand And Fog - The Waves of the Caspian Sea
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Sylvia - Opening
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Hostel II - Suite
Craig Armstrong: Performer
The Grudge 2 - Ju-On 2
Craig Armstrong: Performer
The Reaping - The Boy
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Gothika - Miranda's Theme
Craig Armstrong: Performer
1408 - Fire!
Craig Armstrong: Performer
I Know Who Killed Me - Prelude / Reunited
Craig Armstrong: Performer
The Day After Tomorrow - The Day After Tomorrow
Craig Armstrong: Performer
I, Robot - I, Robot Theme (End Credits)
Craig Armstrong: Performer
Matrix Revolutions Main Title
Don Davis: Performer
The Trainman Cometh (Juno Reactor Vs. Don Davis)
Don Davis: Performer
Tetsujin (Juno Reactor Vs. Don Davis)
Don Davis: Performer
In My Head (Pale 3)
Don Davis: Performer
The Road To Sourceville
Don Davis: Performer
Men In Metal
Don Davis: Performer
Niobe's Run
Don Davis: Performer
Woman Can Drive
Don Davis: Performer
Moribund Mifune
Don Davis: Performer
Kidfried
Don Davis: Performer
Saw Bitch Workhorse
Don Davis: Performer
Trinity Definitely
Don Davis: Performer
Neodammerung
Don Davis: Performer
Why, Mr. Anderson?
Don Davis: Performer
Spirit Of The Universe
Don Davis: Performer
Navras (Juno Reactor Vs. Don Davis)
Don Davis: Performer

User reviews

George Davis
9/10

The use of different musical motifs throughout the soundtrack helps to establish a sense of continuity and cohesion, tying the various elements of the film together.

Dorothy Moore
9/10

The musical score seamlessly integrates with the visuals, enhancing the storytelling and creating a harmonious audio-visual experience for the audience.

Timothy Thomas
8/10

Overall, the soundtrack of "I, Robot" stands out as a standout element of the film, contributing significantly to its immersive and engaging nature.

Amanda Clark
8/10

The soundtrack's ability to evoke a sense of tension and mystery aligns perfectly with the central themes of trust, technology, and humanity explored in the film.

George Turner
9/10

The soundtrack of "I, Robot" showcases the talent and creativity of the composer, who effectively translates the themes and emotions of the movie into a compelling musical score.

Matthew Gonzalez
6/10

Overall, the soundtrack of "I, Robot" succeeds in immersing the audience in a world where humans and robots coexist, raising questions about the boundaries between man and machine. It is a powerful and evocative musical accompaniment that enhances the storytelling and adds depth to the film.

Anthony Gonzalez
9/10

The dynamic range of the music, from subtle and atmospheric to intense and thrilling, mirrors the unfolding events in the plot, keeping the audience engaged and invested.

Richard Allen
4/10

The music in "I, Robot" often feels out of place and distracting, failing to enhance the emotional impact of key scenes and instead becoming a jarring element in the overall viewing experience.

Steven Turner
8/10

The dynamic range of the soundtrack, from intense action sequences to emotional moments, showcases the versatility and skill of the composer.

Lisa Robinson
9/10

The music enhances the world-building of the film, immersing the audience in the futuristic setting and technological advancements portrayed on screen.

Linda Campbell
9/10

The orchestral arrangements in the soundtrack add depth and emotion to key scenes, heightening the tension and drama in a captivating way.

Sarah Garcia
9/10

Overall, the soundtrack of "I, Robot" is a standout element of the film, contributing significantly to the overall success and impact of the movie as a whole.

Matthew Smith
9/10

The main theme of the movie is memorable and impactful, evoking a sense of mystery and intrigue that stays with the audience long after watching the film.

Brian Martin
8/10

The use of innovative sound design techniques in the music mirrors the cutting-edge robotics featured in the movie, creating a cohesive audiovisual experience.

Matthew Green
8/10

The orchestral arrangements in certain tracks convey a sense of grandeur and scale, enhancing the epic scope of the storyline.

Betty Rodriguez
8/10

The use of electronic elements in the music reflects the advanced technological setting of the film, creating a seamless integration between sound and story.

Susan Wilson
4/10

The lack of memorable themes or motifs in the soundtrack makes it difficult for the audience to engage with the characters and their motivations, resulting in a less immersive and captivating film-watching experience.

Patricia Green
4/10

Overall, the soundtrack of "I, Robot" feels uninspired and uninspiring, failing to add depth or complexity to the narrative and leaving the viewer with a sense of missed potential in enhancing the storytelling through music.

Deborah Perez
9/10

The use of electronic elements in the music reflects the advanced technology and robotics theme of the film, creating a cohesive and immersive sonic landscape.

Paul Campbell
4/10

The soundtrack of "I, Robot" fails to capture the futuristic and suspenseful atmosphere of the film, leaving the viewer disconnected from the story's tension and intrigue.

Charles Scott
8/10

The thematic motifs woven throughout the music help to underscore key plot points and character development, adding depth to the narrative.

Sarah Davis
9/10

The soundtrack of "I, Robot" perfectly captures the futuristic and suspenseful atmosphere of the movie, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Michelle White
8/10

The soundtrack of "I, Robot" perfectly captures the futuristic and suspenseful atmosphere of the movie, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Joshua Scott
9/10

The soundtrack effectively conveys the internal struggles and conflicts faced by the characters, enhancing their development and adding layers of complexity to the story.

Matthew Williams
4/10

The musical score lacks originality and relies too heavily on generic electronic sounds, making it forgettable and unremarkable compared to other sci-fi movie soundtracks.

Richard Anderson
6/10

The soundtrack of "I, Robot" perfectly captures the futuristic and technological atmosphere of the film. The blend of electronic and orchestral elements creates a sense of tension and suspense that enhances the sci-fi setting.

Michael Robinson
6/10

The music effectively conveys the emotional depth of the characters, particularly Detective Spooner and his complex relationship with robots. The use of haunting melodies and pulsating rhythms adds layers to the narrative, making the audience feel more connected to the story.

Donald Martinez
6/10

One aspect that stands out in the soundtrack is its ability to mirror the inner conflict of the protagonist, Detective Spooner. The music reflects his skepticism towards robots and his struggle to trust them, adding a psychological dimension to the film that is both engaging and thought-provoking.