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Movie Review: Ex Machina

If you’re the type who downloads free apps at the drop of a hat or accepts software upgrades without reading the terms and conditions first (and who among us doesn’t fall into one or both of these categories), you may want to watch EX MACHINA before you blindly click on the Accept button next time. 609 more words


DeLillo's Zero K: High Technology Meets Immortality

Nathaniel Rich (New York Review of Books) reviews the American writer’s latest novel

In Zero K Don DeLillo has found the perfect physical repository for his oracular visions, his end-time reveries, his balladry of dread. 419 more words

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Ex Machina (2015) and the Importance of Character

Ex Machina (2015)
Written and Directed by: Alex Garland

The Transit of Mercury didn’t pan out quite as I had hoped on Monday, with pretty much the entire World’s quota of fluffy grey clouds hovering over my house for most of the day. 651 more words


Could Dredd Bust Heads on the Small Screen?

by: S. Scott Stanikmas – Senior Staff Writer

Dredd was not the commercial success that Lionsgate had hoped for. While it fared far better with critics than the abysmal Sylvester Stallone adaptation it’s poor box office returns have halted any chance of a sequel ever hitting theaters. 229 more words


Ex Machina Review

I don’t usually do science fiction and artificial intelligence, I feel like if you’ve seen one then you’ve almost definitely seen them all. Ex Machina was my hungover choice one painful Sunday afternoon, when I had finally managed to drag myself from the bed and to the foetal position on the sofa. 384 more words


Ex Machina Movie Review

Rating: 5/5

This was a surprising gem that I heard a lot about. While I didn’t get to see it in theaters, I did buy the blu-ray and boy was I blown away after watching it. 737 more words

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