PLOT: Caleb, a 24 year old 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.
Meh, I'd say Hardware is a great movie :/ Sure, not the most originat out there, but one of those films who stands out of the crowd.Sardukhar;1137796 Neither of these are /great/ movies - I'll let someone else post those. Both are kind of interesting for ideas and influences. And the odds are most of you haven't seen one or even both. "Hardware": [url said:http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0099740/[/url]
Fucking awesome! I loved 28 Days Later and Dredd. Will be keeping tabs on this.First Look at Alex Garland’s Directorial Debut Ex Machina
Here’s the first look at Ex Machina, the directorial debut from the writer of 28 Days Later and Dredd.
The upcoming sci-fi film follows Caleb, a young coder who is invited to stay with the reclusive CEO of his company. There, he encounters the world’s first true artificial intelligence: a beautiful female robot.
Ex Machina is directed by Alex Garland and stars Domhnall Gleeson, Oscar Isaac, and Alicia Vikander.
Surely can't be any worse than The Machine(?).
Live Action Dark Judges, eh?Fans still clamor for a sequel to the 2012 action movie starring Karl Urban and Olivia Thirlby
Judge Dredd fans have spent two years clamoring for a sequel to the epic 2012 action movie “Dredd” to no avail. But executive producer Adi Shankar has taken cinematic justice into his own hands, TheWrap has learned.
Shankar has spent the last two years creating a top-secret “Dredd” miniseries centering on the Dark Judges to thank the loyal fans who passionately supported the feature.
Shankar told TheWrap that the project will be released online later this month — and the best part — it will be free.
Since Shankar's unofficial “Dredd” project was done off-the-grid, it's technically a part of his popular Bootleg Universe, which includes the short “Punisher: Dirty Laundry” starring Thomas Jane and Ron Perlman, as well as “Venom: Truth in Journalism,” which starred Ryan Kwanten as Spider-Man villain Eddie Brock.
Shankar first alluded to the “Dredd” miniseries in a Reddit “Ask Me Anything” on March 19, 2013, when he described it as a short film. The project has since become a seven-part miniseries.
Shankar recently thanked “Dredd” fans for their unwavering support in an appreciation video that he taped in honor of Day of Dredd. Watch the video below.
Pete Travis directed “Dredd” from a script by Alex Garland. Karl Urban starred as the titular enforcer, and he was joined by Olivia Thirlby, Lena Headey, Wood Harris and Domhnall Gleeson.
To get a taste of Shankar's Bootleg Universe, check out his well-received short “Punisher: Dirty Laundry” below.
Dude, Blade Runner can't be quoted enough. I only need to look images from that movie to hope CDPR could capture even a fraction of it's look and feel.All the great CP movies have been already quoted (Blade runner, GITS, Gattaca, ...)
Actually just watched this last night. Thought it was pretty well done and enjoyed it. It will some day belong in my movie collection.All the great CP movies have been already quoted (Blade runner, GITS, Gattaca, ...) so here comes the B or Z cyberpunk movies:
THE MACHINE : a low budget english film about military cyborgs and androids in a "cold war" era setting with some good ideas and scenes.