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Artificial Intelligence: AI

"His love is real. But he is not."

Eleven-year-old David is the first android with human feelings. He is adopted by the Swinton family to test his ability to function. Before they are done testing him though David goes off on his own following his wish to be a human. He is on an odyssey to understand the secret to his existence. A science fiction film from Steven Spielberg taken over from Stanley Kubrick.

Details

-- Box Office --
Released: Jun 26th, 2001
Budget: $100,000,000.00
Revenue: $235,926,552.00
-- General Information --
Rating: PG-13
Runtime: 145 Minutes
Genres: Adventure / Drama / Sci-Fi
-- Ratings --
IMDB: N/A
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Artificial Intelligence: AI Main Cast

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Haley Joel Osment
Haley Joel Osment
plays David
Frances O'Connor
Frances O'Connor
plays Monica Swinton
Sam Robards
Sam Robards
plays Henry Swinton
Jake Thomas
Jake Thomas
plays Martin Swinton
Jude Law
Jude Law
plays Gigolo Joe
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Movie Trivia/Goofs

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  • The film also pioneered the virtual studio, a technique which allowed Steven Spielberg to walk through a virtual version of Rouge City with his camera and select shots. This technique was later used on "The Lord of the Rings" films.
  • As a promotional tool, the creators developed an elaborate internet game of discovery and problem solving, through hidden messages and puzzles in internet sites, telephone answering messages, e-mail accounts and clues in the film's trailers. The game, set in the world of A.I. involved websites registered in several countries around the world as well as telephone numbers from across the US, and a group of followers called "The Cloudmakers" followed the puzzle, sharing information.
  • For the last seven minutes of A.I. the composer John Williams wrote a piano concerto, and it went over the length of the film. Steven Spielberg stopped the projector and told Williams to just let the music continue. Spielberg along with his editor Michael Kahn then re-edited the last seven minutes of movie into Williams' piano concerto. Spielberg did a similar thing years before E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, where he and Carol Littleton edited the last 15 minutes into Williams' music.
  • Movie Goof (continuity error): When David picks up the lamp and swings at his other self, he swings right handed but it shows him swinging left handed.
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