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1001 Movies Club - AI: Artificial Intelligence (2001)
#999. AI: Artificial Intelligence (2001)
Why It's In The Book: "Underlying questions such as What makes us real? and Is it the capacity to love and be loved that makes us human? make this one of the most thought-provoking, and definitely darkest, films of Spielberg's career." -1001 Movies You must See Before You Die
Klaus Ming - 9/10
"As David, Haley Joel Osment delivers an endearing, although at times, an unnerving portrayal of the unblinking Pinocchio-inspired child robot..."
Michaël Parent - 9/10
"Written by Stanley Kubrick and directed by Steven Spielberg, A.I. has divided diehard fans of Kubrick and Spielberg aficionados in two distinct camps."
Adolytsi - 8/10
"An imaginative film that will touch your heart like Spielberg's most heartwarming films can only do."
Jaime Grijalba - 8/10
"First it wants to talk about this magnificent technology as it is the one of these "loving" robots, then it wants to talk about the complexity of human feelings, then it wants to make us feel sorry for this cyborg, then it introduces a secret rebel robots society, it wants to be the last Kubrick project having his shots and almost a certain Kubrickian atmosphere, if you can call it that way, it wants to have a message against frivolity, at the same time it wants to be a retelling of Pinocchio, it wants to have a ecological message about the future of humanity, besides a unbearable moral about love, life and death."
johnlgilpatrick - 8/10
"I want a Teddy."
Mad Hatter - 8/10
"Like Mary Shelley told us a century ago, we might be capable of creating life...but when creators start turning their backs on those they create, it leaves a void of indiscriminate love that no being is wired to handle."
This Guy Over Here - 8/10
"Spielberg has crafted one of his more studious films with A.I., something that challenges the audiences with more than his typical historical films or fun adventures."
bpdreview - 7/10
"A.I.: Artificial Intelligence is best when it intimately explores ethical questions about man's responsibilities towards his own creation. When Spielberg indulges his obsession with film making technology, the result is hit or miss."
Univarn - 7/10
"While A.I. is not the masterpiece it could have been, it handles the complicated subject matter well enough to make it memorable, if not completely enjoyable."
Movie Guy Steve - 6/10
"Spielberg has never been able to do much without aiming directly at every heartstring his audience has, and A.I. is no different in this respect."
Jay Cluitt - 5/10
"Kubrick's visionary ideas, social commentaries and moral dilemmas don't quite gel with Spielberg's family oriented sentimentality in this disjointed and overlong offering."
alfindeol - 4/10
"It's The Wizard of Oz with just the tin man."
Fey - 4/10
"In the end, it just feels like they took a group of tired sci-fi/robot ideas and spliced them together and then pumped an absurd amount of money into them just for good measure."