Dachshund in a flannel :)
"I'm sorry I didn't tell you about the world.."
This is an overlooked Spielberg classic that makes you miss your Mom.
The film is an Oedipal fairy tale about a robot boy called David driven by his programming to seek a mother's love. It's very much like Pinocchio and Frankenstein and, like those stories, is fascinated less by the creator than their creation.
In my opinion, I believe that A.I. is masterfully crafted, thought-provoking, and profoundly unsettling in its implications.…
"For someone who was never meant for this world, I must confess... I'm suddenly having a hard time leaving it."
This film was very sleek and focused on its plot, it seems to be inspired by retro cinema: It feels like the concept of the "future" in it came not from the '80s as it normally does, but from the '40s telling from the visuals and dynamics. It may seem boring if you're not interested in the plot or don't…