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EX MACHINA Official Trailer #1 (2015) for the Sci-Fi Thriller directed by Alex Garland and starring Domhnall Gleeson, Oscar Isaac, Alicia Vikander.

EX_MACHINA is an intense psychological thriller in which Caleb (Domhnall Gleeson), a 24 year old coder at the world’s largest internet company, wins a competition to spend a week at a retreat belonging to the company’s reclusive CEO, Nathan (Oscar Isaac). But when Caleb arrives he finds that he will have to participate in a fascinating experiment with the world’s first true artificial intelligence, housed in the body of a beautiful robot woman, Ava (Alicia Vikander). Truths, emotions and motives are blurred as the relationship between Caleb, Ava and Nathan intensifies.

Release Date: 10 April 2015 (USA)
Directors: Alex Garland
Cast: Domhnall Gleeson, Oscar Isaac, Alicia Vikander
Genre: Drama, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Country: USA, UK
Production Co: DNA Films, Film4
Distributor: Universal Pictures

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  1. What really bothers me is why Nathan chose Caleb to conduct the test. He doesn't have a family/wife/girlfriend, so that makes him easily biased and tempted which makes the test unreliable. Nathan even designed the face according to Caleb's porn preferences. Nerds are so smart but they make the biggest mistakes in movies.

  2. Spoilers: Ending

    Although I loved the movie, I take serious issue with the ending. No, not that both men had to have destructive endings – I get the anti-abuse message, and the anti-male-selfishness message. That's good.

    But why did Nathan get the relatively easy way out, while Caleb is doomed to slowly die? At minimum, it should have been the opposite way around.

    Okay, yes, both men were after the same thing (sex) in different ways, but at least Caleb risked his own skin to try to save Ava. He's the "white knight" type, yes, and he deserved to have her immediately leave him… just not to slowly die! (Yes, he's selfish, but think about it: we are all selfish, even when we're being altruistic. At minimum, we do feel things to feel good.) Caleb felt genuine affection for her, it seems, too. It's not all about the physical lust. Probably. So have his romantic gestures denied in the end, but this…!

    Meanwhile Nathan, an objectively terrible person and sexual abuser, gets a quick knife to the heart. Sure, he suffers for a minute, but Caleb will take agonizing days to finally die.

    The hell, Ex Machina? White knights are worse than sexual abusers?

  3. Music at 1:05? I was thinking Squarepusher (possibly Aphex Twin) but I couldn't find anything on either one having been used in this movie. Didn't see anything it could've been on the official soundtrack, either.

  4. There was a robot movie on Netflix I was trying to remember does anyone know it? It was a blonde girl who had made a A.I. Computer then this British guy recruited her into a military base where they have other cyborgs/androids. She gets killed and they use her likeness for a superior android with her AI computer. The cyborgs go rogue and she leads them. Does anyone know which movie I'm talking about? It was an indie film but the production was pretty good. I don't know any of the actors names. I really want to see it again.

  5. I found Nathan's character (the CEO) totally annoying and unbelievable. He plays the character like a dumb, roided-up high school jock pretending to be a scientist. He's like, "yeah, I know all about cybernetics and shit." He doesn't have the discipline or the temperament to create something like Ava.

  6. Having watched this film, I wonder why there is no face recognition tech instead of that old school ID card thing? That would have made such a huge difference in the plot.

  7. Review: I'd say this deserves a 4.6. It is great, but not without its flaws. the acting is superb and it's atmosphere is very unique. There's a certain vibe to it that I haven't felt in a sci-fi before. However, without spoiling anything, I pretty much knew what was going on the whole time. The end caught me a little off guard, but nothing jaw dropping. If you watch a lot of movies with twists you will probably guess the whys and whats fairly quickly. It's more of an artsy movie, than a "hang on to your seats and hold your breath" movie. Some of the top negative reviews are pretty silly, arguing that an AI shouldn't, or couldn't do what it did, which is totally missing the point of a self-aware machine. Other critiques were purely emotional arguments that basically read something like this: "She shouldn't have done that! It's so wrong!" which I find amusing. Hey, there's a dry river over there, please fill it with your tears. If you are expecting a fast paced "Matrix", or dare I say, "I-Robot" type of action sci-fi, you will be disappointed. Regardless, it's a great watch if you enjoy subtlety. I humbly approve.

  8. This trailer is crap & showed spoilers – I am very glad that I did not see it before watching the movie as it would have really spoiled it for me. What is the point in watching a movie, knowing what is going to happen? SMH

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