Reviews and Problems with A.I. Artificial Intelligence
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A.I.: Artificial Intelligence
20 April 2011
Conclusion: 'Artificial Intelligence' is a film that has hit me a different way each time I've seen it. I can't get enough of it, either, as there's always that little bit more that I missed, or misread, and it opens up new doors and alleys in the film.
Excerpt: In a future world of runaway global warming and awe-inspiring scientific advances, humans share every aspect of their lives with sophisticated companion robots called Mechas. But when an advanced prototype robot child named David is programmed to show unconditional love, his human family isn't...
Excerpt: The Film A.I. Artificial Intelligence is the type of film that could have turned out very differently depending on the director. Director Stanley Kubrick worked on the film during the pre-production stage (a period of more than twenty years before it was finally completed by Steven Spielberg), but...
Summary: It is clear why Steven Spielberg is one of the most successful modern filmmakers. During AI: Artificial Intelligence, Spielberg exhibits the artistry that has elevated him to the status of an exalted auteur as opposed to a merely adequate entertainer.
Conclusion: This is not about the shadow of Stanley Kubrick but the bright, burning light of Spielberg's filmmaking genius. Difficult and challenging, it is also profound, extraordinary and visually astounding. Tally it up and you've got a very unusual masterpiece.
Excerpt: Mellan science-fiction och saga, mellan förnuftigt konstaterande och vemod. Inget är riktigt nytt i "A.I.", där praktiskt taget varje scen får en att minnas något ur andra filmer, men den känns ändå unik.