Overall Rank: 3435
Average Rating: 2.6/4
# of Ratings: 423
Theatrical Release Date: 06/29/2001
Genre: Sci-Fi, Adventure
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Director: Steven Spielberg
Actors: Haley Joel Osment, Jude Law, Frances O'Conner, William Hurt, Sam Robards, Ken Leung
Plot: A future in which the human race has created mechas for work and entertainment. Then David is created, a mecha boy designed to feel real emotion. When his adoptive "parents" leave him alone, he begins a quest to find his humanity.
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Sensho - wrote on 03/14/2023
A very interesting film! The film almost makes you feel like you're in the movie with them. Well done performances by the actors. A wild storyline, but really good! A movie for the whole family.
Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 06/18/2019
Not very kid-friendly, although it sometimes feels it is, "Artificial Intelligence" takes an affectionate look at A.I. the same way "E.T." did at aliens.
Camper - wrote on 07/02/2013
This is most likely the strangest movie I've ever watched. I wasn't in love with the first half of it, but by the second half it all became very sad. I think I cried. Although I'm still not sure whether I like it or not.
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Matthew Brady - wrote on 03/07/2015
I don't blame Spielberg or Kubrick for this movie. Kubrick had a version, a idea to give a fairy tale a twist but he died before he could get it to the big screen, so his long time friend Steven Spielberg tries to make the project that Kubrick couldn't do and the question that I bet was burning inside peoples head that if Kubrick directed the movie would it be spectacular, arty master peace? yes probably, but I honestly won't think it would be his best work, because if you seen the movie than you would have seen the ending and I bet you felt a bit cheated to the ending, and that was Kubrick's idea how to end the film, now imagine if he took control of the whole movie.
The movie itself was okay. The acting from everybody was fine, the visual effect's looked net at times and this isn't …
Franz Patrick - wrote on 05/09/2008
I remember watching this film when I was about thirteen years old and I instantly fell in love with it. I own the DVD and whenever I watch it with people, they either love it or hate it, so I almost always prefer to watch it alone. Those that belong in the latter category claim that it's unreasonably long, depressing from start to finish, and not having a lot of action scenes (this bit really bothers me). I love this movie because it is a total stylistic hybrid of two of my favourite directors, Steven Spielberg (who provides light and hope) and Stanley Kubrick (who provides edge and darkness). If I were to divide the film into three parts, I would say the first and the third part werw Spielberg's forte. The middle part is Kubrick to the core... but it is not fully realized because he did …
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