Ex Machina (2015) Full Movie

Ex Machina
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Ex Machina (2015) : Caleb, a coder at the world's largest internet company, wins a competition to spend a week at a private mountain retreat belonging to Nathan, the reclusive CEO of the company. But when Caleb arrives at the remote location he finds that he will have to participate in a strange and fascinating experiment in which he must interact with the world's first true artificial intelligence, housed in the body of a beautiful robot girl.

Title Ex Machina (2015)
Release Date Jan 16, 2015
Genres ,
Production Company DNA Films, Universal Pictures International (UPI), Film4 Productions
Production Countries United Kingdom
Casts Domhnall Gleeson, Alicia Vikander, Oscar Isaac, Sonoya Mizuno, Corey Johnson, Claire Selby, Symara A. Templeman, Gana Bayarsaikhan, Tiffany Pisani, Elina Alminas, Chelsea Li
Plot Keywords dancing, artificial intelligence, distrust, isolation, technology, manipulation, friendship, deception, laboratory, robot, power outage, surveillance camera, consciousness, existentialism, lockdown, philosophical, turing test, cybernetics, female cyborg, human android relationship, sex with a robot
Caleb Smith
Caleb Smith
Domhnall Gleeson
Ava
Ava
Alicia Vikander
Nathan Bateman
Nathan Bateman
Oscar Isaac
Kyoko
Kyoko
Sonoya Mizuno
Jay
Jay
Corey Johnson
Lily
Lily
Claire Selby
Jasmine
Jasmine
Symara A. Templeman
Jade
Jade
Gana Bayarsaikhan
Katya
Katya
Tiffany Pisani
Amber
Amber
Elina Alminas
Office Girl (uncredited)
Office Girl (uncredited)
Chelsea Li
Office Worker (uncredited)
Office Worker (uncredited)
Dan Pappaspanos

Reviews

  • Andres Gomez

    When you think you have seen everything about AI movies, Ex Machina arrives and gives a very nice perspective on the matter. The movie goes quick, not many things happen but they are clever, very well thought. The story is more focused in the moral problems of the human main character rather than in the awe of the creation nor the existencial problem of the AI. The cast is all great, from Vikander to Mizuno, Glee and great Oscar Isaac. A real must to watch if you are into the topic.

  • Jeff_34

    **Enjoyable, satisfying sci-fi** Kinda smutty, kinda creepy, kinda evil, thoroughly enjoying. OK, there's nothing mind shattering but still good fun and a nice pay off imho. For those complaining it was predictable - if you want something you CANNOT ever predict go watch Predestination https://www.themoviedb.org/movie/206487-predestination Something about it hit the right chords for me, modern, start up, big loud talker, sad lonely guy.... I've seen lots of those geeks turned CEO's and they don't know what they've become. Actually more to be said about the Nathan character than the rest. Definitely worth a watch if you like dark humour and sci-fi.

  • John Chard

    Isn't it strange, to create something that hates you? Ex Machina is written and directed by Alex Garland. It stars Domhnall Gleeson, Alicia Vikander, Oscar Isaac and Sonoya Mizuno. Music is by Geoff Barrow and Ben Salisbury and cinematography by Rob Hardy. A young programmer is thrilled to be selected to participate in a ground-breaking experiment involving synthetic intelligence. He's to evaluate the human qualities of a highly advanced humanoid Artificial Intelligence known as Ava... Your nutshell review is that it's a cautionary tale of science going too far, where the narrative thrust of a Turin Test becomes something far darker and troubling. This is a deliberately slow paced sci-fier, told out of a remote reinforced science institute populated by just one human and some A.I. creations. Enter Caleb (Gleeson), who doubles the human quotient and kicks starts what is a cunningly sexy, troubling and potent picture. As we are drawn into this most fascinating world, we are requested to pose ourselves the deeper questions about being human, for better or worse. This is nothing new, this has been explored in many other sci-fi pictures, but the intensity of the set-up, the performance of the actors in this intimate surround, for sure engage the patiently interested. The ending is plain daft, even irresponsible when one considers how much thought has gone into the story previously, but mostly this is a genre piece of considerable worth. 8/10