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.

Original Title: Finch
Year: 2021
Countries: India,United States of America
Category: Science Fiction,Drama,Adventure
Languages: English
Production Companies: Amblin Entertainment,Reliance Entertainment,ImageMovers,Misher Films
Gender: Science Fiction,Drama,Adventure
Movie Cast:

  • Finch: Tom Hanks
  • Jeff (voice): Caleb Landry Jones
  • Truck Driver (Flashback): Oscar Avila
  • Mother (Flashback): Lora Martinez-Cunningham
  • Daughter (Flashback): Marie Wagenman
  • Warning System (voice): Emily Jones

Movie Crew:

  • Executive Producer: Robert Zemeckis
  • Original Music Composer: Gustavo Santaolalla
  • Writer: Ivor Powell
  • ADR Mixer: Doc Kane
  • Casting: Leslee Feldman
  • ADR Supervisor: Anna MacKenzie
  • Set Decoration: Jennifer M. Gentile
  • Producer: Jack Rapke
  • Director of Photography: Jo Willems
  • Executive Producer: Adam Merims
  • Production Design: Tom Meyer
  • Producer: Kevin Misher
  • Writer: Craig Luck
  • Executive Producer: Miguel Sapochnik
  • Executive Producer: Andy Berman
  • Producer: Jacqueline Levine
  • Art Direction: Tristan Paris Bourne
  • Sound Designer: Brandon Jones
  • Art Direction: Natasha Gerasimova
  • Makeup Department Head: Linda Dowds
  • Art Direction: Tom Frohling
  • Costume Supervisor: Angelique Paull
  • Set Designer: Sam Page
  • Foley Artist: Dan O'Connell
  • Visual Effects: Brian Adler
  • Set Designer: Siobhan Roome
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Erik Aadahl
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Ethan van der Ryn
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Mark Paterson
  • Visual Effects Producer: Sophie Leclerc
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Anna Behlmer
  • Sound Effects Editor: Jason W. Jennings
  • Sound Effects Editor: Adam Kopald
  • Editor: Tim Porter
  • ADR Mixer: Howard London
  • Sound Effects Editor: Matt Cavanaugh
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Aymeric Perceval
  • Sound Mixer: Glenn E. Berkovitz
  • Assistant Sound Editor: Veronica Li
  • Sound Mixer: Zsolt Magyar
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Anthony Smith
  • Visual Effects Producer: Linda Luong
  • Boom Operator: Stefan Chakerian
  • VFX Artist: Evans Mark
  • Boom Operator: Gábor Erdei
  • Sound Mixer: Darryl L. Frank
  • Sound Effects Editor: Malte Bieler
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Yoshi DeHerrera
  • ADR Recordist: Brett Voss
  • Set Dresser: Joshua Swanson
  • Set Dresser: Clayton Salberg
  • Art Direction: Sarah Delucchi
  • Foley Mixer: Jack Cucci
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Louis Laflamme-Fillion
  • VFX Artist: Thomas Baxter
  • VFX Artist: Abby Nath
  • Visual Effects Producer: Marie-Ève Authier
  • Boom Operator: Paul E. Miller
  • VFX Artist: Bhardwaj Divyanshu
  • Costume Design: Kurt Swanson
  • Costume Design: Bart Mueller
  • Sound Effects Editor: Goeun Lee Everett
  • Set Dresser: Emma Sparer
  • Set Costumer: Solange Astrid Guerrero
  • Set Dresser: Matthew J Ellis
  • Visual Effects Producer: Malcolm Angell
  • VFX Artist: Daniel Steart
  • VFX Artist: Pratik Redkar
  • VFX Artist: Haijing Wang
  • Art Direction: Dwane Platt
  • VFX Artist: Kutay Cengil
  • Visual Effects: Michael Furniss
  • VFX Artist: Prakash Goyal

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    3 Review

  1. MSB dice:


    "Finch is far from being the most impressive, imaginative post-apocalyptic, survival film, but it's still a captivating, character-driven story that boasts an emotionally resonant, meaningful personal journey.

    Tom Hanks proves to still be in shape by delivering a genuine performance as a man who teaches and learns about companionship, human bonding, and perseverance of love and life.

    Focusing on the relationships between Finch, the adorable dog, and the witty robot (excellently voiced by Caleb Landry Jones), Miguel Sapochnik takes good advantage of stunning cinematography (Jo Willems), exceptional VFX, and one of the year's best scores (Gustavo Santaolalla) to elevate an otherwise generic, somewhat slow movie.

    Despite some world-building elements being foreshadowed and not receiving a satisfactory outcome, I still highly recommend watching this subversive take on the world's ending."

    Rating: B

  2. Full Analysis at - **Intro** - Finch is a journey to discover life and the essential elements of it. Finch brings relevant topics on the screen, including just one actor (Tom Hanks), a dog and two robots. It may look like a simple story or static because of the apparent lack of characters, but, trust us, it’s engaging and let us think about our life and purpose. So let’s dive into the story. **The Story** - We are in a post-apocalyptical world. A solar flare destroyed the ozone, making life almost impossible on earth. Finch is one of the few survivors, and he struggles to take care of his health, his dog and his robotic friend Duwei. Finch’s skills as an engineer are good. Therefore he spent his time building a robot to take care of his dog Goodyear once he will be gone. Tornados, storms and the dangers on earth push Finch to move from its forte and find a new, safer destination. So, the journey begins for them and us. There is a lot to discover, even after an apocalypse. How will the new robot behave? Will Finch succeed on his mission?And how is life living during the night? - **We recommend you to read our analysis** at

  3. CinemaSerf dice:

    OK, first things first - original this isn't. It is an amalgam of many road trip and robot movies that we have all seen many times before. That said, it is maybe the first actual robot road movie I think I have ever seen, and Tom Hanks and his metallic sidekick "Jeff" - along with their dog, make quite an entertaining fist of it. The world has been exposed to massive radiation and he appears to be the sole survivor. With an incredible storm approaching his home, he constructs his new friend and the three make for San Francisco in his heavily adapted motorhome. It's a well paced affair, this, and Hanks (who is definitely not my favourite actor) turns in quite an engaging performance as gradually he and "Jeff" begin to learn from each other - for better or worse. There is the sparing use of flashback to give us an indication of what happened to his family, and of how he ended up in his predicament, and as their journey progresses the film offers us a perspective on just what being "human" might mean as he gradually realises that all is not well. It is probably twenty minutes too long, the establishment scenes are unnecessarily extensive but, though not a great film, Tom Hanks invests just enough to keep it in the right gear most of the time.

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