A.I. Artificial Intelligence

2001 "David is 11 years old. He weighs 60 pounds. He is 4 feet, 6 inches tall. He has brown hair. His love is real. But he is not."
7.2| 2h26m| PG-13| en

David, a robotic boy—the first of his kind programmed to love—is adopted as a test case by a Cybertronics employee and his wife. Though he gradually becomes their child, a series of unexpected circumstances make this life impossible for David.


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GamerTab That was an excellent one.
SunnyHello Nice effects though.
KnotStronger This is a must-see and one of the best documentaries - and films - of this year.
InformationRap This is one of the few movies I've ever seen where the whole audience broke into spontaneous, loud applause a third of the way in.
Rainey Dawn I like Kubrick and Spielberg - two great directors!! But this film did not do it for me... I like sappy films sometimes but this one could not hold my interest for long. I was looking forward to seeing this for the first time but I was let down.
Lin2050 A good movie, but, like most of his (good & shallow) movies, has no rewatchability. He is, after all, like Nolan, a director for the average joe.The first act with the human family is too long, not interesting None of the characters in this family, including the robot himself, are likable.There is nothing that shows any genuine love between the robot boy and his fake "mother". Each time the camera zooms onto "David", you are forced to look at a face with a staged smile.The "darker monents" in this act, said to be introduced by the director himself, are unconvincing, artificial, and uncomfortable to watch
alessacarri I remember seeing this film when i was a child, i have the memorie of being blown away by the way the "future" factor is put, i belive that this film made something that any other, Spielberg showed us a innovative side of the future. Something that i want to point out is how they manage the first part of the movie that is filled with so many neon colors and people, fun, an eye catching future but then the world surrounding David turns grey, the sudden change of color is something 'simple' but 'powerful'. And the way they give logic explanations for some situations is amazing, you're not left out like "This doesn't make sense, why they don't do this..." and i hate that! Movies should make you believe their world 100%. This film is surely one of the films that i'll look back and think about it.
Aayush Shah Please Make me REAL... please make me real....Really the first movie that I've see a REAL one, and with a lots of Emotions..obviously it's from Steven Speilbrg.In firs scenes the movie showed its reality and you won't believe it is made in 1999 and released in 2001 with unbelievable VFX and #d models. Every character has their own emotions attached with this film. and that Taddy was really not for fun but it was a serious matter how A.I. can work..Can you Imagine the things that will have been discovered by coming in 20 years? Today what we know about everything that could be a google assistant or siri or anything they are A.I. experiments ... but a man who imagined that in 1999! Before 17 years and really that was to the point! We are in that progress of that but we have made only assistants and just some of the games with A.I. but this movie has really controlled my mind and it is #Mindshift.We have made now the robots from Hanson Robotics which is now in the news and fully A.I. controlled machine looked real. And that had been imagined 17 years ago ... Really (I'm repeating my feelings) i loved it.Some long climax but really it makes us Emotional in those scenes when David met his mother....And They have just added every feelings in this movie. So I'm gonna watch it over and over again.... Because its a mirror of future.