Android 2015 BRRip XviD AC3-RBG
Plot: A technology reporter gets a week of exclusive access to the world’s first perfect artificial intelligence. When the reporter begins a relationship with the scientist who created it, the A.I. begins to exhibit startling and unnerving emergent behavior.
The point being…?
That Matthew Leutwyler’s sci-fi chamber piece “Uncanny” was made 3 years before Alex Garland’s “Ex Machina” is interesting. That Leutwyler made his film for a fraction of Garland’s budget is admirable. That Leutwyler’s plot doesn’t make a lick of sense is a shame.
Seriously, what was the point?
“Uncanny” and “Ex Machina” share similar story lines: an outsider is invited into the high-security lair of a reclusive genius in order to interact with and evaluate a new form of artificial intelligence. In each case, the outsider and the AI are of different genders and the reclusive genius has an agenda.
Predictable consequences ensue. But where “Ex Machina” follows these events to their logical conclusion, “Uncanny” gives up on logic entirely for the sake of a surprise ending that a) isn’t much of a surprise and b) negates almost everything that happened over the preceding 80 minutes.
On paper, the movie was probably conceived to be an insightful meditation on what makes humans humane and robots less so. Thrown in for good measure are some thoughts on what can and can’t be controlled in sentient beings and whether
Genre: Drama | Sci-Fi | Thriller
IMDB Rating: 6.3/10 from 3,422 users
Directed by: Matthew Leutwyler
Starring: Mark Webber, Lucy Griffiths, David Clayton Rogers
Release Name: Android.2015.BRRip.XviD.AC3-RBG
Size: 866 MB
Video: AVi | 720×288 | 966 kb/s
Audio: English | AC3 | 448 kb/s
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