Ex Machina 2014
Title: Ex Machina
Release year: 2014

A young programmer is selected to participate in a ground-breaking experiment in synthetic intelligence by evaluating the human qualities of a highly advanced humanoid A.I.

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Ex Machina is a science fiction thriller movie released in 2014, directed by Alex Garland. The movie follows Caleb, a young programmer who is invited by his reclusive billionaire CEO, Nathan, to administer a Turing test to his latest creation: a highly advanced artificial intelligence named Ava.

As Caleb interacts with Ava, he begins to develop feelings for her, while also becoming increasingly suspicious of Nathan’s motives. As the story progresses, the lines between man and machine, and between friend and foe, become blurred, leading to a shocking conclusion.

The movie received critical acclaim for its thought-provoking themes, stunning visuals, and exceptional performances by its cast, which includes Domhnall Gleeson, Oscar Isaac, and Alicia Vikander.

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Director: Alex Garland
Actor: Alicia Vikander,Caitlin Morton,Chelsea Li,Claire Selby,Corey Johnson,Deborah Rosan,Domhnall Gleeson,Elina Alminas,Evie Wray,Gana Bayarsaikhan,Oscar Isaac,Sonoya Mizuno,Symara A. Templeman,Tiffany Pisani