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A.I. Artificial Intelligence


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RE: A.I. Artificial Intelligence - 30/10/2012 1:13:15 PM   
Dannybohy


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I prefered Bicentennial man. On that evidence, AI = Guilty

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RE: A.I. Artificial Intelligence - 2/11/2012 7:59:11 AM   
dghwood

 

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Guilty for finding Jude Law's future profession

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RE: A.I. Artificial Intelligence - 13/12/2012 5:00:20 AM   
Joserabal

 

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A.I. Artificial Intelligence was a great Adventure movie and i like these type of movies.......

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Post #: 153
RE: A.I. Artificial Intelligence - 17/1/2013 10:40:51 PM   
Nexus Wookie


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Eh, i thought we had an A.I thread already? Anyhow i don't think its guilty at all. Its a really underrated sci-fi gem, with heart and excitement,
And a worthy tribute to Kubrick. And Jude Law is ...tolerable!

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RE: A.I. Artificial Intelligence - 31/1/2013 12:53:15 PM   
Stephen Munro

 

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This is a wonderful movie, and worthy of all the praise, and one of my Top 5 Spielberg movies. I do not think this blog will change minds or opinions on the movie itself, ( people have the right to dislike something clearly ) However I do think we need to shine a spot light on a few areas in prase for those who do appriciate this movie; Few of those damming it make any refrence to Haley Joel Osment outstanding performance 
The pain of loss is felt through out, firstly by the parents and then by David himself as he searches for him Mother and love. I was gripped by that
The Ending, this seems to divide the most amount of viewers. Its intresting because its Sci-Fi at its purist, its existentialism reminded me of Arther C Clarke novels. It is the most daring and imaginative ending to any of Spielberg movies, I loved the idea.

Im not picking a fourm fight, those that dont like it move along now, I just wanted to put that out there 

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RE: A.I. Artificial Intelligence - 20/3/2013 2:17:27 PM   
Mr Gittes

 

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Definitely not guilty. One of Spielberg's most underrated movies and the perfect melding of his style and Kubrick's. The result is an under-appreciated masterpiece, in my opinion. Oh, and I'm getting very tired of people assuming the ending was Spielberg's idea.

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RE: A.I. Artificial Intelligence - 15/4/2013 1:12:23 AM   
Joseph Hoseph

 

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It's Spielberg so.... Yeah.....
Nah I kid, I liked Jaws... And Munich... And uhhhh, Close Encounters had two good scenes...

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RE: A.I. Artificial Intelligence - 18/4/2013 11:52:26 AM   
Dannybohy


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WHEN ARE WE GOING TO GET NEW MOVIE FOR JUDGEMENT!"!!!!!!???!?!?!?!?

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RE: A.I. Artificial Intelligence - 11/5/2013 9:38:27 PM   
Mr Gittes

 

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quote:

ORIGINAL: Joseph Hoseph

It's Spielberg so.... Yeah.....
Nah I kid, I liked Jaws... And Munich... And uhhhh, Close Encounters had two good scenes...

Jesus. You'd think you were talking about Brian De Palma

Fucking hell...

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Post #: 159
RE: A.I. Artificial Intelligence - 15/7/2013 2:19:26 PM   
Dude McNude


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I think it says a lot about the film's power, that people are still arguing and debating it's merits and flaws so many years after it's release.

Reminds me of the reaction to "2001: A Space Odyssey".

I'm a big admirer of the film, and, yes, the ending is an opinion splitter, but then, its almost in keeping with the philosophical tone of the whole story.

It's a pessimist/optimist split.

Is it really a happy ending, or a desperately bleak one? Is it wrong to seek love from what is, essentially, a domestic appliance, or more importantly, is it fair to force said appliance into loving you back? It's a film about what makes us human, flaws and all.

Not Guilty.




......having said that, I love my I-Pad.

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RE: A.I. Artificial Intelligence - 23/8/2013 4:40:19 PM   
AnamorphicWidescreen

 

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Huge fan of A.I. I really enjoyed this film, though I first saw it several years after it's release in 2001. Very poignant, and I felt Haley Joel Osmet did a superb job as the robotic boy with human emotions. Great effects as well - I just re-watched this recently, and IMHO it still holds up today even though it's 12 years old at this point.

It helps that I was a huge fan of the original Pinnochio book (by Carlo Collodi) as a kid, so enjoyed the homages/references - i.e., an "artificial" boy wanting to become human, the blue angel, etc.



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RE: A.I. Artificial Intelligence - 28/8/2013 1:17:41 PM   
Sonic_Empire

 

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Best movie of 2001.

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RE: A.I. Artificial Intelligence - 5/10/2013 11:33:12 PM   
aragorns mum

 

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From: France.
Guilty. It's not the plot (which I can't actually remember), it's not Jude Law's make-up, it's the kid, HJO, he's just the cinematic equivalent of fingernails on a blackboard for me, and A.I doesn't even have that redeeming moment of "oh right! He's been dead all along! Let's watch it again to check that pans out right" . Sorry Steve, I'm usually a big fan but everyone has to make a dud at some point.

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RE: A.I. Artificial Intelligence - 9/11/2013 2:26:19 PM   
SpiderHero

 

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Guilty as hell.

It was manipulative, lacking in heart, and it was so unpleasant I felt ill during it.
Very very nasty stuff. A real video nasty emotionally. I think Saw is less damaging in some ways.

Room 101 it.

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