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Teen, 15 years old Written bywho3697cares January 28, 2009
One of the best science fiction films (and one of the most overlooked) is this 2001 feature developed by Stanley Kubrick and completed by Steven Spielberg. It is all the proof someone needs that science fition can be more than just childish fantasies or violent messes.
Teen, 16 years old Written byMr581 August 2, 2009
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Too much violence
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Kid, 9 years old April 2, 2010

A.I.Artificial Intelligence

Rated PG-13 For Some Sexual Content And Violent Images
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Teen, 14 years old Written by2jayz May 17, 2015

Ridiculous and drawn out!

The first hour of this movie was good and entertaining. After that, things got ridiculous and it was way, way, way too drawn out. Violence- 5/10. Robots are discriminated against and killed. Sex- 5/10. Lots of sexual themes although nothing is shown. Language- 3/10. A couple swear words.
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Kid, 10 years old January 11, 2015

A.I.: could be worse

A.I. is a somewhat thought-provoking Spielberg sci-fi that aims to come up with an age appropriate version of Bladerunner, but it falls short of that. The acting was great, but the storyline is cliche in places, and the ending goes on and on, as if each scene is trying to outdo the last at becoming a tearjerker . Jude Law’s charactor is, to say the least, disturbing. He starts out the flim as a male prostitute ( a robot, like many of the others in the film) who is obviously not at the height of his life, and you start to assume he is the villian of the film, but then Spielberg wants us to resonate with him and see him as a loving and gentle person as the new caretaker of the protagonist. The robots are killed in various ways, sometimes gruesomely in one scene, and there are several instances of sexual innuendo, that, while pretty tame, are still slightly eyebrow raising ( the male prostitute, named gigolo Joe, is very willing to make very crass refrences right in front of a 6 year old kid). This movie, although it offers an insightful view on what the world might be like in the near future, is not as artistic or beautiful as other sci-fi movies available.
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Too much violence
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Teen, 17 years old Written bydavyborn December 14, 2011

Overlooked Spielberg gem could be very depressing for tween's

Steven Spielberg's often overlooked sci-fi gem and personal tribute to the late Stanley Kubrick, A.I.: Artificial Intelligence, is still a a good sci-fi movie even over tens years after it's initial release. Sure, it doesn't hold up as well as some other movies that came out the same year as A.I. did back in the summer of 2001, but it still ends up being just as engrossing, entertaining, heartwarming and ultimately sad as it initially was. Spielberg had created a real love letter to all things Kubrick when he made this movie, and it really shows in the directors work, here. The movie is mostly Rated PG-13 for just a few things: Infrequent but very graphic scenes of extremely realistic-looking robots being mutilated, brunt and dismembered in some of the most gruesome ways that you could possible do it, infrequent sensuality with a aftermath of a sex scene and some crude dialog as well. Finally, the least of the movies problems, is some infrequent but moderate profanity here and there. So, Steven Spielberg lovers should probably give it another watch if you haven't done so recently, and if you haven't seen it, than certainly check it out: While it is far from Spielberg's best movie, it still holds up decently well on it's own two robotic (ha ha) feet.
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Too much violence
Too much sex
Kid, 11 years old November 25, 2009

good story of a rodot wanting love

good movie sad at end
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