I know it's not out yet. I just wanted to get this out of my system. Now, I'm not 100% positive, but I'm pretty sure I, Robot is loosely based upon Isaac Asimov's 1950's era collection of short stories about androids with positronic brains and various eccentricities associated with their development. I use the word loosely loosely, because based on the previews I've seen I'm pretty sure this movie has approximately nothing to do with anything Asimov ever wrote excluding the coincidence that there are robots in it. Asimov didn't write puerile sci-fi pulp. So if it sucks, don't blame Isaac.