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   .

    Details

    • 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

    Budget

    $100,000,000 (estimated)

    Gross US & Canada

    $78,616,689

    Opening weekend US & Canada

    $29,352,630

    Gross worldwide

    $235,926,552

    Movie reviews

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    • By Jessie 2022-04-24 07:01:02

      unfinished

      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 Kyle 2023-09-14 21:46:36

      How should I put it...it's a bit embarrassing...Looking at the future world and technology understood 20 years ago from 20 years later...Sci-fi is not sci-fi, magic is not magical... From the perspective of technological progress, it's a bit thought that the changes in the past 20 years are so fast. Laugh at the naivety of people 20 years ago, look at the artificial intelligence today and see the artificial intelligence in their imagination, but from another angle, it is really technological...

    • By Dahlia 2023-08-10 12:01:12

      Judging whether a sci-fi film is good or not, there are probably several dimensions, the futuristic sense of the picture, the prophetic nature of the content, and the insight of human nature. Obviously, Spielberg's AI has performed very well in all aspects. Even if you look at the screen performance of 19 years ago in 2020, most scenes still have a very good sense of the future, not outdated, and no inferior sci-fi films. plastic feel. In terms of prophecy, AI has become a very popular and...

    • By Jane 2023-08-05 02:01:20

      But it's so good. I recently got into a sci-fi movie~ ps: I like joe so much!!!! Jude Law is so tender, haha, I want a lover like this. pss: I was finally made to cry again and I haven't been in a movie for a long time....

    • By Domenico 2023-07-21 00:34:58

      As a sci-fi movie, the ideas and designs in it are excellent; the fly in the ointment is too sensational; maybe the theme of Kubridge will be deeper. If it is really possible, setting a person to love himself for a lifetime is probably the happiest thing in the...

    • By Raquel 2023-05-25 11:35:07

      Several times I thought it was going to end but it didn't. What attracted me the most in the whole drama was the moment when the blue fairy was broken. The time span of two thousand years seems to be mocking the shortness and limitation of people. I realize that human finitude can prevent one from accepting eternity. I saw some people in the film critics think that David's love is perverted. The mother in the film is also shown to be afraid of david. Yet david is the carrier of eternal love....

    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.
    more about A.I. Artificial Intelligence Piercing lens

    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,...
    more about A.I. Artificial Intelligence Factual error

    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...
    more about A.I. Artificial Intelligence Creative background

    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...
    more about A.I. Artificial Intelligence Shooting process

    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...
    more about A.I. Artificial Intelligence Positive evaluation

    Movie quotes

    • [Monica's first response to Henry bringing home David]

      Monica: [screaming at Henry] I can't accept this! There is no substitute for your own child!

    • [Dr. Know speaks with David and Joe for the very first time]

      Dr. Know: [the animated image of Dr. Know appears] Starving minds, welcome to Dr. Know, where fast food for thought is served up 24 hours a day... in 40,000 locations nationwide. Ask Dr. Know. There's nothing I don't.

      David: [David stands up impatiently] Tell me where I can find the Blue Fairy.

      Dr. Know: [a buzzer sound buzzes] Question me you pay the fee, two for five you get one free!

      Gigolo Joe: He means two questions cost five Newbucks with a third question on the house. In this day and age, David, nothing costs more than information.

      David: That's everything!

      Gigolo Joe: Ten Newbucks and a ten copper comes to 7 questions for Dr. Know.

      David: That should be enough!

      Gigolo Joe: He's a smooth operator. He'll test our limits, but try we must.

      Dr. Know: [Dr. Know lights up with many icons promoting different topics and categories] Greetings colleagues. On author, factual text or fictionalized text, 1st or 3rd person, usual literacy range from primal level to the post-doctoral, usual span of styles from fairy tale to religious, who's who, or where's where, or flat-fact.

      David: Flat-fact?

      Dr. Know: Thank you for question number one. 'Flat-fact' is a term demanding an equal answer with interpretive speculation... merely not the... and what you are saying is basically that is what you...

      David: That shouldn't count, that wasn't my question!

      Gigolo Joe: You must take care not to raise your voice up at the end of a sentence. 'Flat-fact'.

      Dr. Know: You have 6 more questions!

      David: Where is Blue Fair-REE?

      Dr. Know: In the Garden.

      [Dr. Know holds up a bouquet of blue flowers]

      Dr. Know: Vascostylis blue fairy. Blooms twice annually with bright blue flowers on a branched inflorescence. A hybrid between Ascola Meda Arnold. You have 5 more questions.

      David: Who is Blue Fair-REE?

      Dr. Know: Are you sad, lonely, looking for a friend? 'Blue Fairy Escort Service' will find a mate for you! You have 4 more questions.

      David: Joe. Try fairy tale.

      Gigolo Joe: [nods, turns back to Dr. Know] New category. A fairy's tail.

      David: No! Fairy tale!

      Gigolo Joe: No. Fairy tale.

      David: What is Blue Fairy?

      Dr. Know: Pinocchio, by Carlo Collodi. "At the signal, there was a rustling as flapping of wings, and a large falcon flew to the windowsill. What are your orders, beautiful fairy, he asked..."

      David: [mesmerized by holographic Blue Fairy] That's her.

      Dr. Know: "... For you must know that the child with blue hair was no other than the good hearted fairy who had lived in that wood for more than a thousand years..."

      [David jumps up onto the apparatus attempting to catch the Blue Fairy]

      David: David! David!

      David: That's her!

      Gigolo Joe: It was an example of her. But I think we're getting closer.

      David: But if a fairy tale is real, wouldn't it be a fact? A flat fact?

      Dr. Know: "... then the dream ended, and Pinocchio awoke, full of amazement..."

      Gigolo Joe: [to David] Say no more.

      [to Dr. Know]

      Gigolo Joe: New category, please.

      [as the icons come back up, Joe touches both categories to combine them]

      Gigolo Joe: Combine Fact with Fairy Tale.

      [to David]

      Gigolo Joe: Now. Ask him again.

      David: How can the Blue Fairy make a robot into a real, live boy?

      [the Dr. Know hologram appears to short circuit and disappear. In his place is a scrolling paragraph of blue text]

      Dr. Know: Come away, O human child! To the waters and the wild With a fairy, hand in hand, For the world's more full of weeping then you can understand. Your quest will be perilous. Yet the reward is beyond price. In his book 'How Can A Robot Become Human', Professor Allen Hobby writes of the power which will transform Mecha into Orga.

      David: Will you tell me how to find her?

      Dr. Know: Discovery is quite possible. Our blue fairy does exist in one place, and one place only. At the end of the world. Where the lions weep. Here is the place dreams are born.

    • [David finds a copy of himself when arriving to the office in Man-hattan]

      David: [David whispers] Is this the place they make you real?

      David 2: [the other David turns around in his chair holding a book] This is the place they make you read.