Best Artificial Intelligence Movies Ever Made

by Adrian Scott 2 years ago in pop culture

As one of the most interesting categories of sci-fi, A.I. movies are becoming much more relevant in today's time. These are the best artificial intelligence movies ever made.

Best Artificial Intelligence Movies Ever Made

Though science-fiction has always been a fantasy-like genre, the category of artificial intelligence has become much more relevant in today's time.

As even more of a reason to love the classic, and most well-made movies within this genre, some of the best artificial intelligence movies include The Matrix, Her, A Space Odessy, and many more. Did your favorite make it to the list?

Blade Runner follows Deckard, played by Harrison Ford, as he struggles with the police as they force him to continue working as a Replicant Hunter. As one of the best artificial intelligence movies, Deckard's mission is to eliminate the escaped replicants and returned to Earth.

On top of this, there is a love story brewing, as he meets and falls in love with a Replicant girl, Rachel, played by Sean Young, before he even begins his job. What will happen?

The film was nominated for two Academy Awards, one Golden Globe, and won three BAFTA Film Awards.

The Iron Giant received critical acclaim with praise for not only the animation but the character development and story. As one of the best artificial intelligence movies, the film was nominated for 15 Annie Awards, bringing home nine.

The film follows a giant alien robot voiced by Vin Diesel. The robot lands in Rockwell, Maine by accident and begins to explore. He then meets Hogarth, a nine-year-old young boy whom he forms a friendship with. However, the government wants to destroy the robot. How will his new friendship save him?

During the day, Thomas A. Anderson, played by Keanu Reeves, is a computer programmer, but by night, he is a hacker as his alter ego, Neo. He is contacted by a woman named Trinity, played by Carre-Anne Moss, who ultimately leads him into an underworld where he meets Morpheus.

After meeting them, he realizes that this world is unlike what he thought it was, it is the Matrix. Morpheus makes him decide between two red and blue pills, one which will break his bond but allow him to come to terms with what the Matrix is, and the other in which he will fall back into the Matrix illusion. He chooses to break his bond. What will this cause?

The Matrix has won four Oscars, two BAFTA Film Awards, and many more accomplishments.

Theodore Twombly falls in love with Samantha, an intelligent operating system with a voice after his marriage ends. As one of the best artificial intelligence movies, Joaquin Pheonix and Scarlett Johansson make a captivating pair.

Nominated for five Academy Awards, and winning Best Original Screenplay, Her's robosexuality concept also won a Golden Globe, Writers Guild of America Award, and Critics' Choice Award.

Arnold Schwarzenegger brings Terminator to life as the cyborg assassin's single mission is to kill Sarah Connor. However, Kyle Reese's mission is to protect her as he becomes aware of the artificial intelligence system, Skynet. Skynet is targeting Sarah because her unborn son is capable of leading them.

The Terminator is most acclaimed for its pacing, as well as its actors' ground-breaking performances. This first addition led to the release of three following Terminator movies, as well as comic books, video games, novels, and even a television show.

Jeff Bridge's character Kevin Flynn is transported into a data system by a software pirate, Master Control, after he discovers his executive is stealing his work. In attempted to get out, Bridge must interact with the programs to escape the system.

As one of the best artificial intelligence movies, Tron received Academy Award nominations for Best Sound and Best Costume Design during the 55th awards show, and has a cult following after the franchise was released. This includes comic books, television series, video games, and a sequel.

David is the first advanced robotic boy to feel love and affection. In hopes to win the affection of his human mother, he goes on a long journey to find the key to his heart.

A.I. Artificial Intelligence was directed by Steven Spielberg and released in 2001. The film grossed over $235 million and was nominated for two Academy Awards for Best Original Score and Best Visual Effects.

2001: A Space Odyssey is ultimately a man versus machine showdown. The story follows a structure that has a connection between the past and future. The structure is the astronauts next mission to uncover. However, their computer system seems to be overridden.

As one of the best artificial intelligence movies, 2001: A Space Odyssey is about evolution. Directed by Stanley Kubrick, the film is now deemed to be significant to America's culture and has been preserved in the National Film Registry.

I, Robot stars Will Smith and was directed by Alex Proyas, released in 2004. It was nominated for an Academy Award and grossed a total of $346 worldwide.

The film follows Detective Del Spooner as he takes on the case of an alleged suicide of a U.S Robotics founder. The year is 2035 and many artificial intelligence robots fill positions all over the world. Spooner believed that a robot murdered him and covered it up as a suicide.

To complete our list of the best artificial intelligence movies, we couldn't forget about the blockbuster hit that is Wall-E. Released in 2008, the movie grossed over $533 million worldwide. The film also won the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film as well as the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature.

The film follows WALL-E, which is short for Waste Allocation Load Lifter Earth-class. He is the last robot on the Earth and is incredibly lonely. That is until he meets EVE, a probe that has been sent on a scanning mission. The two then plunge into their own adventures.

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