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A.I. Artificial Intelligence


Haley Joel Osment, Frances O'Connor, Sam Robards, Jake Thomas View All


Steven Spielberg (Screenplay), Steven Spielberg (Director) View All

Release: Jun. 29th, 2001
Runtime: 2 hours, 26 minutes
David, a robotic boy—the first of his kind programmed to love—is adopted as a test case by a Cybertronics employee and his wife. Though he gradually becomes their child, a series of unexpected circumstances make this life impossible for David. Without final acceptance by humans or machines, David embarks on a journey to discover where he truly belongs, uncovering a world in which the line between robot and machine is both vast and profoundly thin.
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Though the parents try to accept David and his earnest desire to give and receive unconditional love, things are complicated when their actual son recovers and only get worse from there, eventually leading to David going on a quixotic quest into the outside world to find the Blue Fairy from Pinocchi....
tries so hard to capture that Kubrick feeling and if this is Spielberg's tribute to the filmmaker, then it's a shallow one.