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Movie Review: Ex Machina (2015)

First off, wow. Seriously, wow. I really liked this film, although I can see how this won’t be something that would be in everybody’s wheelhouse. The story is not a fast paced action flick, and draws almost entirely on its dialog to draw you in, and does a fantastic job at it. 265 more words

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Alex Garland's 'Ex Machina' is Electrifying and Brilliant

Making his directorial debut, Alex Garland has pieced together a brilliant film that forces you to take into consideration questions about humanity, gender and sexuality with  616 more words

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Movie Review - Ex Machina

Ex Machina

Starring: Domhnall Gleeson, Oscar Isaac, Alicia Vikander, Corey Johnson, Sonoya Mizuno, Claire Selby, Symara A. Templeman, Gana Bayarsaikhan, Tiffany Pisani, Elina Alminas, and more. 754 more words

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Film Review: 'Ex Machina'

Ex Machina comes from the Latin phrase, “Deus Ex-Machina,” which originated from archetypal Greek tragedies when actors playing gods would be lowered onto stage via a platform, or a machine, as a means of tying up any loose ends of a story. 576 more words


Review: Alex Garland's Turing test EX MACHINA

Caleb (Domhnall Gleeson), a coder at BlueBook (think Google) is enjoying quite the heady week. Invited to BlueBoook founder Nathan’s (Oscar Isaac) remote mountain home, he has been tasked with performing a Turing test on the boss’s pride and joy, Ava (Alicia Vikander), the latest iteration in ongoing experiments in artificial intelligence. 501 more words


5 Things to know before seeing the fantastically creepy 'Ex Machina'

New artificial intelligence thriller Ex Machina is a brilliant meditation on the age-old robots vs. humans trope, but before you rush out to see it this weekend, we have a few (non-spoiler-y) things you should know: 194 more words


Review: Ex Machina

Just when you thought Marvel’s Ultron would be the artificial intelligence dominating film conversations in 2015, we’re introduced to Ava in Alex Garland’s Ex Machina… 767 more words