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When what others see the future for war, we see artificial intelligence is here to stay. When we see that an AI is different from others when lighting strikes, we don't know what it is capable of doing when it's meant to be a tool for war. When the AI is able to see and comprehend, it sees it is able to do more that others can't do. When it can see and feel all dangers & all what is safe. When it can see what to do and not to do when it is learning life as it explorers everything around them. When it is able see everything identify fast when it can process all physical data and learn to communicate with a feminist touch. When it is able express emotions and objects, able to understand life and death, assemble and reassemble to know what we see is danger we must stay away. When we don't always understand this world and see it for what it means we try to take parts and put them together to find a connection.
Short Circuit is an okay film. It is about number 5 of a group of experimental robots in a lab who is electrocuted, suddenly becomes intelligent, and escapes. Steve Guttenberg and Ally Sheedy give decent performances. The script is a little slow in places. John Badham did an alright job directing this movie. I liked this motion picture because of the humor.
Robot escapes from research facility and ends up at the home of a single cat lady type named Stephanie. She helps the robot from getting hurt. This family comedy is a little cheesy and dated. But, at the time of its release its special effects and the robot itself were seen as high technology in its own right.
An 80's film I never saw whilst growing up. I really enjoyed it. It is clear that Wall-E from Pixar was inspired by Johnny-Five and this movie, even if Pixar deny it. A lot of the jokes are clearly not for kids either but otherwise this is a very enjoyable film. On to the sequel now.
i have watched this,and as always rotten tomatoe reviews ,are far too self important,this is a CLASSIC film for children,it 2000 my 7 yr old watched it and loved it,adult reviewers are normally arrogent and lack,an understanding,believing in there own intelligence far more than they should