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Like Ava, Ex Machina goes beyond our beliefs on what a sci-fi flick should be. It puts the fear of smart technology in you.
Using family themes, cheap romance, and heavy CGI to fill the numerous gaps in a plot that trips over itself at every turn is, like all of InGen's dinosaurs, a disaster waiting to happen. Perhaps knowing the disaster was about to happen made it easier to bear it when it came. If anything, it was mildly entertaining.
Overburdened with stereotypes and archetypes - both in the social and film spheres. Why is it that only boys can play with technology?
Sporadic character developments, cringe-worthy fluttery moments, narratives rolling down the hill to the land of ad nauseum - it has all the makings of a 2.0.
Full marks for adhering to the textbook definition of a robot invasion.