A.I. Artificial Intelligence

A.I. Artificial Intelligence

  • Director: Steven Spielberg
  • Writer: Brian Aldiss,Ian Watson,Steven Spielberg
  • Countries of origin: United States, United Kingdom
  • Language: English
  • Release date: June 29, 2001
  • Runtime: 2h 26min
  • Sound mix: DTS-ES, Dolby Digital EX, SDDS
  • Aspect ratio: 1.85 : 1
  • Also known as: A.I.: Artificial Intelligence
  • "ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE" is a futuristic science fiction film released by Warner Bros. Film Company in 2001. Directed by Steven Allan Spielberg, starring Jude Law and Haley Joel Osment .
    The film was released in the United States on June 26, 2001. It   tells the story of a small robot struggling to find a foster mother and to narrow the gap between robots and humans in the middle of the 21st century. Human science and technology have reached a high level   .


    • Release date June 29, 2001
    • Filming locations Oxbow Park - 3010 SE Oxbow Parkway, Gresham, Oregon, USA
    • Production companies Warner Bros., Dreamworks Pictures, Amblin Entertainment

    Box office


    $100,000,000 (estimated)

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    Movie reviews

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    • By Jessie 2022-04-24 07:01:02


      Martin is not jealous that "people" have taken away his mother's love. He knows that his mother doesn't love him. He just wants to enjoy your only love. My mother only loves my
      mother. He was frightened by him at home. He fell into the water and would not have thought of mechanical water short-circuit. Jude Law said to she loves what you do for her.
      It's all just because he's programmed into "love", how can
      he hate
      it? The most perverted human being is tortured, jealous,...

    • By Pearlie 2022-04-24 07:01:02

      Summarizing "Artificial Intelligence" in one sentence, fetishes do not end well

      Let's avoid the actual things of the plot of this movie and discuss the topic of love. Robot love can be eternal, why can't human love be eternal?

      The movie gave us a good answer, that is, the love of the robot is burnt in his chip, and from the moment it is made, it is determined that he can only love one object. As for why human love can't be eternal, the movie also gave a sentence as a reminder, that is, "Humans only love what they do for him", not a fixed object. This...

    • By Verda 2022-04-23 07:01:18

      What episodes in "Artificial Intelligence" made you cry?

      I think it's more emotional

      When David was left by his mother and still trying to keep his mother, David exploded into a good mood and said, if I were a real child, would you want me

      In the robot slaughterhouse, robots are arrested and become violent entertainment. When David was scared, the nanny robot still reassured David, and even smiled at the moment when he was poured oil. These robots are more helpless. They are created and destroyed. They feel bad for the...

    • By Troy 2022-04-23 07:01:18

      love needs reciprocity

      When the film came out in 2001, I was still a high school student and didn't know what a mother's love was. Until now in 2018, when I had a child, I watched this film for the first time, and I cried during the whole process.

      In fact, at the beginning of the film, when Professor Hubby was discussing with a group of people, a female colleague raised this question. The professor's answer was: "This is to meet the needs of human beings." The female colleague smiled and said: "I Just want...

    • By Letha 2022-04-23 07:01:18

      I am. I was.

      "Noble" ideas all come from the selfish intentions of the creator. Just like David's father, who said sanctimoniously at the beginning, he ended up being filthy, harming others and himself.
      Before Joe left, David reminded David of "I am, I was." After artificial intelligence really has a soul and emotion, the dream is "real existence", a flesh and blood existence like a human being.
      But why, flesh-and-blood humans are often less sentient than ruthless machines. Otherwise, how could...

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    • By Julie 2023-03-11 22:19:34

      The super short story "Super Toys for a Whole Summer" was modified. When I was young, it was very special to read it. It even included the material for the third-year Chinese language optional script, but now it seems that the content of the attached novel is actually a bit too...

    • By Tessie 2023-02-15 09:14:28

      It's a good movie, but a similar ethical discussion has been done in many science fiction novels. This movie doesn't reinforce the philosophical meaning of life much, it's more like a tear-jerking fairy tale, and even some elements of it seem to be Tim Burton's...

    • By Quinn 2023-01-20 11:12:20

      Maybe because he grew up or maybe he is not in the state today, it is difficult to feel the psychological state of the little boy. But there's no denying it's a very touching film. It's a pity that this movie was made ten years ago after all, and some of the pictures, feelings and appreciation levels and angles have changed a bit. No matter how hard the director tries to depict delicate feelings, there are certain limitations. So unfortunately I can't give it five stars. Can see...

    • By Hosea 2022-12-07 03:22:16

      How to define human beings? There are feelings and souls, and it is the uncertainty of human behavior, so whether the teddy bear who hides Monica's hair, Joe who said "I existed", and David who has been frozen for thousands of years in pursuit of love, are they all given? the so-called "human" nature? I didn't feel much about the film's theme of eternal love, but I was amazed by the light and shadow of the sci-fi cyberpunk in...

    • By Felicia 2022-11-05 10:01:51

      Yo, I watched it in class when I was in college. Although I know this is a business card/classic movie, I was extremely disappointed after watching it. Basically, I didn't see any bright spots of sci-fi significance. AI such a loving, interesting and meaningful topic was really ruined. Give the computer a command and it will execute, that's all, it's just sensational, and it can't stir my tears. (So ​​looking at this indifferent woman is indifferent and...

    Movie plot

    In the development of robots, giving emotions to robots is the most controversial and the last thing to do. Usually robots are regarded as an extremely complex device, and people think that they will not have emotions. However, many parents have lost their children, and the needs of the times have greatly increased this possibility. Finally, the Cybertronics Manufacturing production company set out to solve this problem and produced...
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    Piercing lens

    Coherence: At dinner, between different shots, Teddy disappears inexplicably.
    Coherence: Between different shots, one of the boys fell into the pond twice.
    The sound/picture is out of sync: When Henry asked David why he had to cut Monica's hair.
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    Factual error

    Most of the scenes in the film took place in Hantongfield, New Jersey. However, New York was flooded, and Hantongfeld was all right. This was not in line with geographic logic. In fact, Hantongfield’s elevation is 81 feet, which is lower than New York’s 87 feet, so if New York is flooded, then Hantongfield should also be flooded.
    In the film, the Swintons live in New Jersey, but when Martin Swinton opened the cap to drink the medicine,...
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    Creative background

    The earliest source of inspiration for the film was a 1969 short story called "Supertoys Last All Summer Long" (Supertoys Last All Summer Long). Kubrick has always loved this story as early as the 1970s. In the early days, he bought the right to adapt and wanted to adapt it to a feature-length movie. He hired short story writer Brian Aldis to complete the outline of the story. In 1985, Kubrick recruited old friends Steven Spielberg and...
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    Shooting process

    In August 2000, filming finally started. Except for a few weeks in Oregon, USA, most of the filming work was done in Warner Studios in California, which took 67 days. Spielberg learned from Kubrick in terms of working methods. He refused to give the full version of the script to each actor, prevented the media from visiting the class, and asked the actors to sign a non-disclosure agreement. In order not to let the audience mistakenly...
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    Positive evaluation

    In the process of preparing "Artificial Intelligence", Kubrick gradually realized that this film is more suitable to be directed by Spielberg. So we saw a warm fairy tale, not a Kubrick-style cold adult fable. When the vain civilization of mankind has disappeared, when both cold-blooded and kind-hearted humans are extinct, the answer to the human civilization that alien life seeks is in the heart of a little robot boy. Love, this...
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    Movie quotes

    • [Henry and Monica discuss about David looking like a real child]

      Monica: I mean, Henry, did you see his face? He's - He's so real. But he's not.

      Henry Swinton: No, he's not.

      Monica: I mean, inside he's like all the rest, isn't he?

      Henry Swinton: A hundred miles of fiber, yeah.

      Monica: But outside, he just looks so real - Like he is a real child.

      Henry Swinton: A Mecha child

      Monica: A child.

    • [David continues to play hide-and-seek with Monica, finding her in the bathroom]

      David: [David opens the door, as Monica gasps] I found you.

      Monica: [Monica yells] Out! Out! Out! Get out of here! And close the goddamn door!

      [Monica holds her pajama pants up so David won't see anything, as David closes the door]

    • [David and Martin call to Teddy to see who he will go to]

      David: [David calmly asks Teddy] Come here, Teddy.

      Martin Swinton: [Martin calls out] Come on!

      David: Come here, boy.

      Martin Swinton: [Martin bangs his lap] Teddy! Teddy! Come here! Come on, Teddy! Come here!

      David: [David calmly says] Come here, Teddy.

      Martin Swinton: [Martin yells out louder] Come here Teddy! Come!

      Teddy: [Teddy doesn't make a choice and then runs to Monica who enters the room] Mommy! Mommy!

      Monica: [Monica carries Teddy out by one arm] Are they torturing you, Teddy?