It is not without his grace that artificial intelligence is being discussed on the internet due to the possibilities being offered in the form of generators as well as the release of ‘M3GAN’. The film from Blumhouse and James Wan’s production company makes for an enjoyable comedy-horror film An AI-guided doll that turns into a killing machine,
It’s not always a laughing matter, as we’ve seen in the many examples that have shown the technology to be the cause of gruesome and horrific deaths. Today we review three wonderful and diverse Science fiction offers something scary to watch on streaming platforms And they are a wonderful complement to the genocidal satire of ‘M3GAN’.
‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ (‘2001: A Space Odyssey’, 1968)
Direction: Stanley Kubrick. Department: Keir Dullea, Gary Lockwood, William Sylvester, Daniel Richter, Leonard Rossiter.
Stanley Kubrick’s film is also considered almost the same a science fiction masterpiece And also an icy and impenetrable film. Both could be true, though it doesn’t do justice to the sprawl of tension that anticipates the pure horror film that the director would develop into “The Shining.” And the HAL 9000 contributes to that eerie feeling.
When this AI decides that the mission’s greatest success is to eliminate the human factor (basically killing its god), the film takes a turn for horror and pure survival that truly gives goosebumps. will premiere 55 years and it continues to predict such aspects, as well as the wonders of classic science fiction, still have to pull the strings,
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‘Ex Machina’ (2014)
Direction: Alex Garland. department: Domhnall Gleeson, Alicia Vikander, Oscar Isaac, Sonoya Mizuno.
We move on to more modern science fiction with Alex Garland’s leap into directing after several duly respected screenwriting projects. ‘Ex Machina’ also These fascinating discoveries about our relationship with artificial intelligence and the dangers of uncontrolled growth promulgated by tech gurus (watching Oscar Isaac’s character now is unbelievable).
But the real tension is in that central relationship between Domhnall Gleeson and Alicia Vikander’s android, which maintains fascinating ambiguity and wades into complex psychological and moral terrain. mala shows him a great understanding of the human experience through the fantastic and cerebral but engaging style.
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‘Upgrade (Unlimited)’ (‘Upgrade’, 2018)
Direction: Leigh Whannell. department: Logan Marshall-Green, Betty Gabriel, Harrison Gilbertson, Simon Maiden.
Also intended to be a warning about the danger of the uncontrolled growth of this technology and the corporations taking it forward, screenwriter Leigh Whannell made his first great film after his long collaboration with James Wan. here he does it as INCREDIBLY ROLLED ACTION PITCH And more spectacular than films with ten times their budget.
Logan Marshall-Green does a dedicated job of delivering a brutal and believable portrayal of a man controlled by an AI who is left unable to walk after an accident. crazy and powerfulEnjoyable in the context of other well-controlled science fiction classics and even as an alternate version of ‘Venom’ that didn’t bet so much on comedy