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In naher Zukunft: Im kalten Rüstungskrieg zwischen England und China entwickeln Ingenieur Vincent und Wissenschaftlerin Ava für das Militär einen lernfähigen humanoiden Roboter. Dann wird Ava plötzlich auf grausame Art und Weise ermordet. Doch. The Machine, veröffentlicht mit dem Beititel They Rise. We Fall., ist ein britischer Science-Fiction-Film von Caradog W. James aus dem Jahr In dem britischen Sci-Fi-Thriller The Machine entwickelt ein Cyborg in verführerisch-weiblicher Form ein zerstörerisches Eigenleben. The Machine - They Rise. We Fall. ein Film von Caradog W. James mit Caity Lotz​, Toby Stephens. Inhaltsangabe: In einer nicht allzu fernen. gatstuberg.se - Kaufen Sie The Machine () by Toby Stephens günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und.

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Because of this, I wasn't fully paying attention. However, I kept finding that I needed to keep rewinding to check out what I missed since the plot was actually moving along quite fast.

Then at about the half-hour point, this movie really captured and kept my attention throughout. I really like the acting and the way the lead actress moved including her dance and combat movements.

As for scenes, the interior shots were set up well. The dark lighting was really effective and the eye glows worked very well.

Editing was actually pretty quick and the story was compelling. I was actually concerned for the characters which doesn't seem to happen for me very often in movies today.

One of the real standouts is the visual effects work. It's phenomenal especially considering the low budget. The intro credits look fantastic, the robot-creation sequence is just amazing, and the glow effect on the robot was pretty phenomenal.

I have a feeling that the VFX teams did some serious overtime on this one. I also suspect the effects houses didn't make much on this production although I suspect the shots they did will make great portfolio material.

If I had a qualm with this movie, it's the soundtrack. On one hand, it uses very cool CS80 sounds, similar to Blade Runner. Unfortunately the shots that used this instrument didn't have the 'weight' to warrant that sound.

Believe me, I love that synth, but it needs to be used strategically. Then there's the other style of music which is typical of movies like Her or Ex Machina.

I didn't think that score worked particularly well either. Perhaps something in-between the two styles would have worked better.

The Blade Runner style was more mysterious and haunting than this film's presentation and the more modern score was too light and nondescript for the shots it was attached to.

Regardless, there were sections of music that did work nicely. I seem to recall the music near the end of the film being spot-on.

In general, this is a film that I can recommend to people who like science fiction and the topic of A. It's actually quite a thoughtful film.

The premise or the science fiction genre as a whole presents many pitfalls incautious screenwriters may fall into, I think.

This movie avoids said pitfalls elegantly. I watched this movie without having read much about it and I urge you to do the same. Caity Lotz really shines as the character Ada and I had only seen Toby Stephens in the movie Severance previous to this one.

I love it when filmmakers know that the role of Main Character, Hero and Protagonist can be defined by multiple characters in the story.

Speaking of the characters of the plot, they are all well written and have motives that are believable, which is imperative to make the movie believable.

It's easy to see the love the makers of this film has for the genre and they treat it with respect and great care.

I'd love to discuss the plot deeper but I will not as I don't want to impair your viewing pleasure. Now go and watch it. This film was amazing very thought provoking and enjoyable to watch.

As it was an independent film I feel it is worth of more praise. If you like Sci-Fi thriller type films you will not be disappointed.

I felt it was very well directed and cast excellently. The story is very innovative in my opinion and it made me think about how people would really react in a world like that.

I believe the film perfectly depicts how humans exploit their environment and creations. I thought that Caity Lotz' performance was particularly excellent, I feel she acted a human in a robotic body very well.

Her mannerisms were very machine like with the added flair of humanity. The facial expressions she uses are very mechanical but still show feeling, which is how I imagine a machine learning how to become more human would act.

This is my first ever review so that shows how much I enjoyed it, and this is only my opinion so you should go see it your self so you can make your own judgment.

Well done to everyone involved in the film I want to see more films like this. Thank you for reading. The Machine came out in but I discovered it only recently.

That raises some questions. More than my oversight this could be blamed on the Hollywood bias which is basically a function of the marketing budget.

Alicia Vikander appeared on Conan to promote Ex Machina. No one talked about The Machine in big media. As reviewer my intention is mostly to get people to watch the movies that I feel should be watched.

I usually don't write critiques but I had to criticize Ex Machina. I saw through the deception of calling it a groundbreaking low budget science fiction film.

Well, The Machine was made on a fraction of that budget but is immensely more enjoyable. Others may argue that the plots of these two movies take different directions.

However, I insist that there are significant similarities. Cinema is a medium and you can judge a movie by three factors: Plausibility of the plot, Handling of the Subject Matter and Entertainment Value.

The Machine is a superior film in all three cases. It does not try to educate the viewer with unnecessary exposition and delves right into the plot like a pro sci-fi story.

Its no rehashed Frankenstein either. Instead of blatantly feeding on the horror of AI taking over the world, it gives enough reason to embrace the future.

It dares to question whether we should be fearful of our own creation or try to guide it to become truly better than us.

Lastly, in the third act it turns into an all out action movie with lots of kicking, stabbing, shooting.

What's not to like!? The music score and the visual tone reminded me a bit of Blade Runner. There is probably more to it but I can't elaborate without giving out spoilers.

She has some phenomenal physical prowess and acumen for pulling off action films on her own. I'm putting it in the list of movies that deserve a sequel.

Maybe they can turn it into a franchise and Lotz can return in her role. The Machine is funny at times but comes out as pretty badass at the end.

While, the viewer never stops feeling sympathetic toward her. In a way The Machine 'tricks' everyone to see her as human. I say that passes the Turing test!

Watch it and decide for yourself. I just wanted to say to anyone that was thinking It was actually better than I thought it would be.

So many movies now a days are just simply painful, it is no wonder they are remaking every thing in sight. Can't Hollywood come up with something original.

I mean are vampires and zombies the only thing you can come up with??? This movie make me think of the movie - Her. Not only is it similar in subject matter, it also has some shared weaknesses.

However, while both of these movies have there problems, some plot holes and such, they also have some good things as well.

They have surprises, they have some unexpected, they have some good camera work and especially this one has some good special effects.

These two also have something in common that most robot movies do not have. But, if I told you what it was, it may spoil the movies.

It isn't perfect, but at least it has a brain in its head. I can't get anywhere without my GPS. I'm told that I am "directionally challenged.

When I get home, I spend a majority of my time on the computer. I don't think I'm alone. This is the landscape of the 21st century, and I suspect that I am not alone in the opinion that we are less than five years away from the development of computers that can think for themselves.

Will I be so dependent then? Having seen Caradog James' effective science fiction thriller The Machine, I have reason to think not.

The movie takes place in a time and place that it becoming so standard that it is beginning to get tiresome — the dystopian not-too-distant future.

An opening title informs us that the western world has been embroiled in a cold war with China so severe that it has pushed this hemisphere into a non-stop economic depression.

The new space race is the arena of artificial intelligence. Our focus falls on a hunky British scientist named Dr.

Vincent McCarthy Toby Stephens , a dedicated man whose work in the field has yielded some complications, test-wise.

He pushes forward in the technology without giving much thought to the moral implications of what he is working on.

The failures put the good doctor on edge. His research seems to be at a stand-still. Then he meets Ava, a scientist who has developed a computer that can teach itself through conversations it has with human beings.

With McCarthy's body structure and Ava's artificial brain, they could be magic together. Unfortunately, the government isn't interested in magic, they want — not surprisingly — a super soldier.

Ava eventually experiences a fate worse than death. In its wake, Vincent steals her likeness and turns it into his machine. What follows is not exactly groundbreaking but is at least asking fundamental questions about the moral nature of the science itself.

For example, if Dr. Vincent is able to save brain damaged soldiers by way of the A. If a machine can learn faster than a human being, does that make the artificial intelligence more advanced?

The movie never really debates these questions, but at least it acknowledges them. What's key here is that, unlike most science fiction which is about clanging and banging metal and noise — this one has a point to make.

It sees a bleak future. The halls and corridors of Dr. Vincent's lab are made of cold steel, as if the humanity has been washed out.

The score is mechanical, reminding us of The Terminator or Blade Runner. In fact, Ridley Scott's popular epic seems to have inspired much of what we see here.

This could easily have been a prequel to that film, in which we see the creation of the replicants. Within all the cold and steel, it is interesting that director Caradog James returns the focus back on the human element.

It lies at the heart of this story. Dead center of this story is bridge between the natural and the artificial — Ava.

She's been retooled into a machine, but she has an infant's sensibility. She's still learning her way around, yet you wonder how much of her personality is Ava and how much is the machine.

I like a movie that has me asking those questions. I like a movie that dares to question the moral state of something as hot button as artificial intelligence.

As the world moves closer to the hot spot of A. The Machine may not be groundbreaking, but it leaves you thinking about it when it's over.

Caity Lotz is impressive amongst the array of sci-fi amesmonde 6 August When a scientist is killed, Britain's Ministry of Defence clash with a lead scientist over plans for an artificially intelligent, self-aware and conscious android.

Inventive, visually interesting science fiction, packed with an array of sci-fi ideas. With an wealth of unapologetic camera light flare and well executed effects Caradog W.

James The Machine delivers a thinking man's sci-fi with action thrown in for good measure. Computer scientists Caity Lotz and Toby Stephens give good innings with Lotz stealing the show in a dual role.

In addition, making up for some clunky paced and staged scenes is the design of The Machine with her stylised look and robotic soft voice which will stick in the mind long after the credits.

With some great special effects and some strong performances this is solid entry in modern British sci-fi. James delivers a brooding, stylish and highly atmospheric science fiction.

This was a fantastic thought provoking vision of a dystopian cybernetic and robotic future. The movie was thoroughly enjoyable from start to finish; however, you must watch very close to fully understand what is really happening in this flick.

The soundtrack was phenomenal, the visuals were very, very good and this movie did not skimp on the sci-fi budget. If you enjoyed Blade Runner then you will more than likely enjoy this movie as well.

What this movie truly needs is a sequel. One with a larger budget showcasing what happens next in what could potentially be a cult classic series if the makers of this movie were to pursue making sequels!

If you are a true sci-fi fan than this movie is for you. I'm not really the type that overlooks imperfections or details nor am I someone that gives praise without caveats, however Caity Lotz performance in this movie is the kind that they should be giving Oscars for rather than the minute variations on the same old theme that is so often regurgitated in what the people with the votes consider an "oscar worthy" performance Both the movie character and Caity Lotz performance is original, subtle and genuine in a way that only rarely make it as far as even being nominated for the brain rot that to a large extent has been the academy awards for so long.

Thoroughly recommended. Finfrosk86 16 July Even though there are some flaws with this movie, there are several moments of greatness, and it's overall good.

And that's not bad, because this movie looks very good. In stead of suffering from the low budget, it's more like, had it had a bigger budget, they could probably have done a lot more.

What we actually get looks real good. Everything from the sets to the makeup to the effects looks nice.

Caity Lotz does a pretty good job. There was one scene with her that I thought the acting was a bit iffy, but that was soon forgotten. Might even just have been me.

She also has a couple of real good scenes. There's a lot of cool stuff in The Machine. I ain't no science expert, but most of the science seems relatively legit.

Movie raises some interesting questions about AI and what it means to live, too. The Machine can be compared to Ex Machina in a lot of ways, but they are also very different movies.

The budget being one of the large differences, btw. Low budget sci-fi often tends to get boring, but The Machine did not bore me at all.

Well played, Machine! I met an old lady on Sunday in the vegetable market. She was smart, friendly, smiling, tastefully dressed, but when she walked by, she smelled a bit like pee, so I smacked her in the face!

It does not work like that. So yes, there are flaws in the scripting, and they are perfectly and amusingly laid down in the longer 1-star reviews here.

But if you are not suffering from over-infatuation with your own intellect, or from the professional deformations of a self-proclaimed art critic, it's certainly a great sci-fi.

Alone the fact that people compare it to so many other movies, or liked so many divergent aspects about it, should tell you that it's not simple, not predictable, and well executed.

So if you crave for one of those, oh so rare, good scifis with a bit of everything, you certainly want to watch it.

And if you start watching it, you may want to enjoy it. So do yourself a favor - switch off a few neural connections, if you suspect you own many, let the fear go, lay back and enjoy it.

I thought this film was beautiful - the use of special effects were stunning and were utilised in a clever way that added to the atmosphere rather than overshadowing the plot.

The Machine is an interesting, dark sci-fi that focuses on character and mood rather than flashy guns and action scenes.

I heard it described as a kind of prequel to Bladerunner, and agree this could be true. It has a good script with unexpected plot turns and no excessive dialogue.

The delicacy it deals with with issues of loss and mourning was great. It is a new take on the classic Frankenstein story, is beautifully shot, and was an entertaining film to watch at Tribeca this year.

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Thank you for reading. The Machine came out in but I discovered it only recently. That raises some questions. More than my oversight this could be blamed on the Hollywood bias which is basically a function of the marketing budget.

Alicia Vikander appeared on Conan to promote Ex Machina. No one talked about The Machine in big media. As reviewer my intention is mostly to get people to watch the movies that I feel should be watched.

I usually don't write critiques but I had to criticize Ex Machina. I saw through the deception of calling it a groundbreaking low budget science fiction film.

Well, The Machine was made on a fraction of that budget but is immensely more enjoyable. Others may argue that the plots of these two movies take different directions.

However, I insist that there are significant similarities. Cinema is a medium and you can judge a movie by three factors: Plausibility of the plot, Handling of the Subject Matter and Entertainment Value.

The Machine is a superior film in all three cases. It does not try to educate the viewer with unnecessary exposition and delves right into the plot like a pro sci-fi story.

Its no rehashed Frankenstein either. Instead of blatantly feeding on the horror of AI taking over the world, it gives enough reason to embrace the future.

It dares to question whether we should be fearful of our own creation or try to guide it to become truly better than us.

Lastly, in the third act it turns into an all out action movie with lots of kicking, stabbing, shooting.

What's not to like!? The music score and the visual tone reminded me a bit of Blade Runner.

There is probably more to it but I can't elaborate without giving out spoilers. She has some phenomenal physical prowess and acumen for pulling off action films on her own.

I'm putting it in the list of movies that deserve a sequel. Maybe they can turn it into a franchise and Lotz can return in her role.

The Machine is funny at times but comes out as pretty badass at the end. While, the viewer never stops feeling sympathetic toward her.

In a way The Machine 'tricks' everyone to see her as human. I say that passes the Turing test! Watch it and decide for yourself.

I just wanted to say to anyone that was thinking It was actually better than I thought it would be. So many movies now a days are just simply painful, it is no wonder they are remaking every thing in sight.

Can't Hollywood come up with something original. I mean are vampires and zombies the only thing you can come up with??? This movie make me think of the movie - Her.

Not only is it similar in subject matter, it also has some shared weaknesses. However, while both of these movies have there problems, some plot holes and such, they also have some good things as well.

They have surprises, they have some unexpected, they have some good camera work and especially this one has some good special effects.

These two also have something in common that most robot movies do not have. But, if I told you what it was, it may spoil the movies.

It isn't perfect, but at least it has a brain in its head. I can't get anywhere without my GPS. I'm told that I am "directionally challenged.

When I get home, I spend a majority of my time on the computer. I don't think I'm alone. This is the landscape of the 21st century, and I suspect that I am not alone in the opinion that we are less than five years away from the development of computers that can think for themselves.

Will I be so dependent then? Having seen Caradog James' effective science fiction thriller The Machine, I have reason to think not.

The movie takes place in a time and place that it becoming so standard that it is beginning to get tiresome — the dystopian not-too-distant future.

An opening title informs us that the western world has been embroiled in a cold war with China so severe that it has pushed this hemisphere into a non-stop economic depression.

The new space race is the arena of artificial intelligence. Our focus falls on a hunky British scientist named Dr. Vincent McCarthy Toby Stephens , a dedicated man whose work in the field has yielded some complications, test-wise.

He pushes forward in the technology without giving much thought to the moral implications of what he is working on. The failures put the good doctor on edge.

His research seems to be at a stand-still. Then he meets Ava, a scientist who has developed a computer that can teach itself through conversations it has with human beings.

With McCarthy's body structure and Ava's artificial brain, they could be magic together. Unfortunately, the government isn't interested in magic, they want — not surprisingly — a super soldier.

Ava eventually experiences a fate worse than death. In its wake, Vincent steals her likeness and turns it into his machine. What follows is not exactly groundbreaking but is at least asking fundamental questions about the moral nature of the science itself.

For example, if Dr. Vincent is able to save brain damaged soldiers by way of the A. If a machine can learn faster than a human being, does that make the artificial intelligence more advanced?

The movie never really debates these questions, but at least it acknowledges them. What's key here is that, unlike most science fiction which is about clanging and banging metal and noise — this one has a point to make.

It sees a bleak future. The halls and corridors of Dr. Vincent's lab are made of cold steel, as if the humanity has been washed out.

The score is mechanical, reminding us of The Terminator or Blade Runner. In fact, Ridley Scott's popular epic seems to have inspired much of what we see here.

This could easily have been a prequel to that film, in which we see the creation of the replicants. Within all the cold and steel, it is interesting that director Caradog James returns the focus back on the human element.

It lies at the heart of this story. Dead center of this story is bridge between the natural and the artificial — Ava.

She's been retooled into a machine, but she has an infant's sensibility. She's still learning her way around, yet you wonder how much of her personality is Ava and how much is the machine.

I like a movie that has me asking those questions. I like a movie that dares to question the moral state of something as hot button as artificial intelligence.

As the world moves closer to the hot spot of A. The Machine may not be groundbreaking, but it leaves you thinking about it when it's over.

Caity Lotz is impressive amongst the array of sci-fi amesmonde 6 August When a scientist is killed, Britain's Ministry of Defence clash with a lead scientist over plans for an artificially intelligent, self-aware and conscious android.

Inventive, visually interesting science fiction, packed with an array of sci-fi ideas. With an wealth of unapologetic camera light flare and well executed effects Caradog W.

James The Machine delivers a thinking man's sci-fi with action thrown in for good measure. Computer scientists Caity Lotz and Toby Stephens give good innings with Lotz stealing the show in a dual role.

In addition, making up for some clunky paced and staged scenes is the design of The Machine with her stylised look and robotic soft voice which will stick in the mind long after the credits.

With some great special effects and some strong performances this is solid entry in modern British sci-fi. James delivers a brooding, stylish and highly atmospheric science fiction.

This was a fantastic thought provoking vision of a dystopian cybernetic and robotic future.

The movie was thoroughly enjoyable from start to finish; however, you must watch very close to fully understand what is really happening in this flick.

The soundtrack was phenomenal, the visuals were very, very good and this movie did not skimp on the sci-fi budget.

If you enjoyed Blade Runner then you will more than likely enjoy this movie as well. What this movie truly needs is a sequel.

One with a larger budget showcasing what happens next in what could potentially be a cult classic series if the makers of this movie were to pursue making sequels!

If you are a true sci-fi fan than this movie is for you. I'm not really the type that overlooks imperfections or details nor am I someone that gives praise without caveats, however Caity Lotz performance in this movie is the kind that they should be giving Oscars for rather than the minute variations on the same old theme that is so often regurgitated in what the people with the votes consider an "oscar worthy" performance Both the movie character and Caity Lotz performance is original, subtle and genuine in a way that only rarely make it as far as even being nominated for the brain rot that to a large extent has been the academy awards for so long.

Thoroughly recommended. Finfrosk86 16 July Even though there are some flaws with this movie, there are several moments of greatness, and it's overall good.

And that's not bad, because this movie looks very good. In stead of suffering from the low budget, it's more like, had it had a bigger budget, they could probably have done a lot more.

What we actually get looks real good. Everything from the sets to the makeup to the effects looks nice. Caity Lotz does a pretty good job.

There was one scene with her that I thought the acting was a bit iffy, but that was soon forgotten.

Might even just have been me. She also has a couple of real good scenes. There's a lot of cool stuff in The Machine. I ain't no science expert, but most of the science seems relatively legit.

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