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Early this year I saw Jonathan Glazer’s Under the Skin which was and enthralling dissection of humanity among other things all done on a haunting Sci-Fi canvas. 903 more words

Film Reviews

Arts and Crap ep 14 Ex Machina

This week we discuss Ex Machina, the robot thriller (?) that allows novelist-screenwriter-producer-videogamewriter-brit-human to add “director” to his already exhausting list of hyphenates.

The movie says something about humanity, I guess. 112 more words


Are we human or are we robot?

Ex Machina was the second movie I watched on the plane, and I’m so glad I did. It’s a stylish, sleek sci-thriller starring Oscar Issac and Domhnall Gleeson about a man named Caleb who wins a contest to spend the week working on a project at the private home of the computer science genius that runs his company.  227 more words

Movie review: Ex Machina (2015)

By Franz

I always believed there are three types of films: the good, the bad and boring mediocre (sorry about the cliche TGBU reference), before this film. 1,318 more words


Review: Ex Machina (2015)

Director: Alex Garland

Writer: Alex Garland

Stars: Alicia Vikander, Domhnall Gleeson, Oscar Isaac

“One day the A.I.’s are going to look back on us the same way we look at fossil skeletons on the plains of Africa. 557 more words


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No need for a God

Ex Machina

Tea: Orange-Basil-Chilli Tea (an unconventional, yet oddly soothing mixture)

Ex Machina is not like the name might suggest a series of convenient plot developments, but a Sci-Fi movie written and directed by Alex Garland. 1,042 more words