I, Robot ()
That was... too easy. Too neat and tidy. Spooner had no motivation to be suspicious of the robots. Absolutely none that I could see.
Ejaculate Inject nannites into a big spherical representation of a girl computer thing. Yeah, yeah. Tres clever innuendo. We get it. WHO THE HELL LET RICK BERMAN IN ON THIS?! *ahem* *clear throat* *smooth hair*
Asimov annoys me. In my mind, a machine intelligence that tries to approximate human intelligence is called an "android", not a "robot". A robot only has specific functions and usually can't approximate the human gait. It also doesn't think or adapt. Or if it seemingly can "think", it's because the solutions are pre-written and doing it becomes a matter of searching its knowledge base and executing the result at the leaf node.
And it's written in Sicstus Prolog. XD
I thought it was marginally better than Bourne Identity which turned into Born Yesterday as soon as the girl comes along. On the whole, the action wasn't as intense as in Identity, but there was no idiotic love-interest crap that made no sense. I loved Pamela Landy's character.
God, Eomer is SKINNY without his armour.