Uncanny (2015)

Not Rated   |    |  Drama, Sci-Fi, Thriller

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The world's first "perfect" Artificial Intelligence begins to exhibit startling and unnerving emergent behavior when a reporter begins a relationship with the scientist who created it.

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  • Mark Webber, David Clayton Rogers, and Lucy Griffiths in Uncanny (2015)
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  • Joy (Lucy Griffiths) admires David's work.
  • David (Mark Webber) tests out new software on a robotic hand.
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3 November 2015 | jamesanderson389
| Artificial Intelligence movie for the thinking person
Im surprised this movie has only one review, so I thought Id better chip in. Its not often one sees a movie and is so moved by it, as to submit a review, but this one did it for me.

Its quite a cerebral movie, with preference to dialogue over special effects. The film is well directed and the script well written, the character arcs are well formed and detailed. I wish more big budget movies would be made like this, but I suspect they wouldn't attract too many viewers sadly.

Anyway if you're a thinking person and like sci fi / especially anything to do with AI, this is a real gem of a find. The story line is gripping from start to finish and the attention to detail is just superb. All the actors did a great job, and its refreshing to see people putting real effort into their craft. The creator of the AI entity in this movie is believable and authentic unlike that drunken character in Ex Machina - which was that particular movies real weakness.

The twist at the end was shocking and not something I saw coming. A real treat and thoroughly enjoyable experience.

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