A.I.: Artificial Intelligence (2001)

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David is 11 years old. He weighs 60 pounds. He is 4 feet, 6 inches tall. He has brown hair. His love is real. But he is not.

Directed By Steven Spielberg Steven Spielberg Starring Haley Joel Osment Haley Joel Osment  •  Jude Law Jude Law  •  William Hurt William Hurt  •  Sam Robards Sam Robards  •  Frances O'Connor Frances O'Connor Genres Based-on-20th-Century-Literature  •  Cyberpunk / Tech Noir  •  Cyborg / Android / Robot  •  Drama  •  Dystopian Film  •  Psychological Drama  •  Psychological Sci-Fi  •  Science Fiction Studios &
Amblin Entertainment  •  They Shoot Pictures, Don't They?  •  Roger Ebert's Great Movies  •  DreamWorks SKG  •  Slant Magazine's 'Best of the Aughts'  •  Saturn Award for Best Science Fiction Film Nominated  •  Saturn Award for Best Science Fiction Film Winning  •  Time Out: London's 100 Best Sci-Fi Movies
Release Info 2001-06-29T00:00:00Z June 29, 2001
Color  •  146 minutes PG13 Rated PG13
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JRM on 2/9/2012 Reply  · 

Steven Spielberg's most thought-provoking and underrated film. Years from now when we don't have the great Spielberg, A.I. will be recognized among the best films of his career.

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Koroy on 10/9/2015 Reply  · 

No,it won't

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smatticus on 12/9/2013 Reply  · 

Finally got round to seeing this on TV the other night. Wasn’t as open-minded as I could have been considering that I’d already seen the Nostalgia Critic review of it. I’ll say this isn’t anywhere near my favourite Spielberg films, it’s certainly nowhere near the worst, and it’s probably one of his most fascinating, if only for the backstory for how it got made and what it was trying to be rather than what it was. While I think it’s directorially confused and the writing is an absolute hash at times, the performances and effects (which still look impressive 12 years later) hold it up, and it is to be commended for at least trying to answer interesting questions even if it doesn’t always succeed (much like Prometheus or Sunshine).

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JeremyDavis on 4/8/2015 Reply  · 

Spielberg's greatest achievement - one of the most criminally underrated films of all time. A.I. is both philosophically ambitious and emotionally poignant. A masterpiece.

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JC13 on 5/23/2015 Reply  · 

I liked it overall, but I felt it lost its way a bit in the middle. Haley Joel Osment was incredible.

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Koroy on 10/9/2015 Reply  · 

The ending sucked.Really Really sucked.
But still a fun watch though

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movieman97 on 1/1/2016 Reply  · 

This movie is criminally underrated. It's one of my favorite Spielberg movie. It didn't get the credit it deserves. I give it 5 Stars out of 5.

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PiccoloKing on 7/26/2017 Reply  · 

Heart-breaking film. I was very close to drowning in a pool of my own tears.

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Eagleskywalker87 on 7/1/2018 Reply  · 

I honestly really didn’t like this film. It’s aimless, the "characters" are bland and it felt like it dragged on forever. It doesn’t even have any complexity or anything meaningful to make it interesting, it’s just a mess.

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Wade92 on 10/1/2019 Reply  · 

Some see a masterpiece, I only see a mess.

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