Thursday, August 6, 2009

REVIEW: A.I. Artificial Intelligence

A.I. Artificial Intellegence

Haley Joel Osment,
Jude Law

June 29, 2001


Steven Speildberg

Dreamworks Pictures,
Warner Brothers Pictures

2 hours 26 minutes




This movie is probably now the weirdest movie I ever saw. Then again, it is a Steven Speildberg movie, not that ALL of his movies are weird. A.I. is about a couple in the mid 22nd Century who's child is placed in suspended animation until they can find a cure for him. During their sons' absence, the father gets a robot that has love for the parents it's taken care of. When the son comes suddenly gets cured, the robot needs to find his true self in the world. This movie is very unique in its own way. But, it was find of freaky for me and also, toooooooooooooooooooooooooooo science fiction, even though Mr. Speildberg has great taste in story and special effects. Also, I would not recommend this for younger kids because it is way over their heads and they'll have nightmares!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Either way, adults should try to enjoy this very interesting sci-fi flick.

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