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Here Are The Robot Movies You Need To Watch To Prepare For The Rise Of The Machines

Artificial Intelligence (or simply, A.I.) has been a pop culture fixation and an intellectual curiosity for some time, and with the recent wide release of… 879 more words

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Starlog #184 November 1992

The second cartoon in my series commemorating the 10th Anniversary of “Blade Runner.” This time lampooning replicant Roy Batty’s (Rutger Hauer) “Tears in Rain” monologue. What if after he recalled his serious memories he perked up and moved on to some funny stories that came to mind? 19 more words

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Blade Runner and Ridley Scott’s Perfect Excess of "Stuff"

Blade Runner: The Final Cut has just been re-released in the UK by the BFI. This is not intended to serve as a review, because reviewing Blade Runner seems like a rather pointless act – you all know it’s fantastic, and if you don’t, you should watch it and realise why everyone is saying it’s fantastic. 1,150 more words

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Ex Machina's Alex Garland on our AI future: Be afraid

It’s no surprise that Alex Garland is conflicted about technology. His directing debut, Ex Machina, which he also wrote, is the story of a software genius (Oscar Isaac) who cooks up an artificial intelligence named Ava (Alicia Vikander) and then has one of his employees (Domhnall Gleeson) try to determine if it’s self-aware. 767 more words

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The Outskirts

One thing I wanted to point out is there are alot of films of the future, but none seemed to see how all these films may possibly tie in together. 224 more words

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A Trip (Back) To The Movies: Review - "Alien" (1979)

It is very difficult to talk “fact” when it comes to film. However when it comes to Science Fiction, one could say the closest thing to being fact is that Stanley Kubrick’s “2001: A Space Odyssey” (1968), Ridley Scott’s “Alien” (1979), and Scott’s “Blade Runner” (1982) are the three most influential films to have come out of the genre… 1,277 more words