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A.I.: Artificial Intelligence

Rated PG-13 for some sexual content and violent images.

PG-13 In Theaters 06/29/2001 , 145min.
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Critic score based on 32 reviews

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April 11, 2011
This film I saw was interesting,that it gave an insight to human feelings and emotion.Haley Joel Osment made you cry,when he pleads with his earth mom for love. I guess it makes us realize God shows love in even the simple ant or blade of grass.Bravo,to the Wonderful cast.
February 26, 2010
i love this movie
November 23, 2009
John Williams musical score is magnificent. It made the movie for me. Also, I found the premise that "love" goes on forever as poignant with a droid as with a human. Love endured. What a lovely movie!
February 14, 2009
i saw it a few years ago & i still feel the pain of watching it. this is the saddest, most depressing movie i have ever seen. i sobbed thru most of it & when it was over, the emptiness i felt from it has never left me. but, sad to say, it is a very important film to see, and i highly recommend it. (it may be easier to watch the 2nd time around). NOT FOR CHILDREN OR DEPRESSED MOTHERS! it has
August 01, 2008
I saw this movie before and it is really good.

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Dana Stevens
The New York Times
(Spielberg) tells the story slowly and films it with lucid, mesmerizing objectivity, creating a mood as layered, dissonant and strange as John Williams's unusually restrained. modernist score. Full Review
David Edelstein
What's a shock is the crudeness with which Spielberg fills the scenario in -- how he neuters his protagonist and short-circuits the inner workings of his human characters. Full Review
Desson Thomson
Washington Post
Intriguing, inspired, flawed, misbegotten and fascinating -- all of these qualities apply to the movie, at one point or another. Full Review
Jay Carr
Boston Globe
Spielberg has said that in their collaboration, cut short by Kubrick's death, Kubrick had opened his heart as never before. Although the fingerprint of each is upon A.I, there are times when the prints are blurred and merged. And this film will blur the hitherto distinctive profiles of each. Full Review
Joe Morgenstern
Wall Street Journal
A grim disappointment for grown-ups, and far too violent for young kids. I found it to be clumsy, misanthropic and intractably lifeless. Full Review

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