Outstanding science-fiction movie
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Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Greg Aronowitz, Rob Verdery, William Hurt, Tom Valentine, Don Bies, Terry Baliel, Andrew Bikichky, Stanley Kubrick, Mark R. Wilkins, Darrell L. Wight, Avy Kaufman, Michael Trent, Gregory Alpert, Ian Watson, Pat Weber, Jim Kwiatkowski, Jude Law, Jay King, Danny Wagner, Jill Berger, David H. Venghaus Jr., John Villarino, Shawn Kelly, Brian Aldiss, Chris Trimble, Karen Asano-Myers, Beth Bargas, Haley Joel Osment, Pamela Klamer, Brendan Gleeson, Susan Walter, Frances O'Connor, James B. Walsh, Christopher Bergschneider, Kathleen Kennedy, Michael Lantieri, Earl Wiggins, Henry LaBounta, Jeffrey Knott, Rayne Knudson
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13 years later, more relevant than ever
If you open your mind and are paying attention to the world around us, then AI will hit your mind and heart. On one hand, this is a beautiful modern fairy tale. On the other hand, AI is a very serious and important warning message, urging us to push the boundary of technology with responsibility and foresight. When I first saw this movie in 2001, I thought it was entertaining, but had its flaws. 13 years later, I felt an urge to watch it again as AI and robotics are really starting to take off. So instead of rating this movie on rather shallower movie-making technicalities, I'd rather rate it on relevance for culture and society in this decade; on relevance to help us make better decisions that will impact our next decade and generations. Within that lens, AI deserves 6 out of 5 stars. Five stars for the vision, the sixth star for the heart.
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