mechanical man


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Noun1.mechanical man - an automaton that resembles a human beingmechanical man - an automaton that resembles a human being
robot, automaton, golem - a mechanism that can move automatically
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Asa Butterfield plays an orphan in Thirties Paris who tries to solve a mystery about a mechanical man and his late father.
The only memory he has of his dead father is a mechanical man which only works with a special key.
30pm Martin Scorsese directs this magical kids' movie in which Asa Butterfield plays an orphan in 1930s Paris trying to solve a mystery about a mechanical man and his late father.
Asa Butterfield plays an orphan in 1930s Paris who tries to solve a mystery about a mechanical man and his late father.
Paul Duckworth gives a striking performance as the mechanical man with a remarkably human core.
by Laurent Witz and Alexandre Espigares, the tale of a mechanical man finding much-needed companionship with a mechanical puppy in a frantic world, recalls the look of Katsuhiro Otomo's "Steamboy" and other Steampunk visionaries.
So the mechanical man who becomes Hugo's only companion before the narrative begins has been rescued twice from abjection: once by Hugo's father, and later by Hugo himself.
When she witnesses a murder and decides to uncover the truth, she joins with a mechanical man known as The Automaton to search for the truth.
While Take That had a giant mechanical elephant for their tour two years ago, this time round they have a huge mechanical man, known as Om.
The book is organized around six themes: Flying Machines (the birds' flight) ; Hydraulics (water as a force); Architecture (manipulating and controlling space); War Machines (launching assaults and providing for defense); Mechanical Inventories (weight and movement); and Mechanical Man (robotics: human forms as machines).