A.I. Artificial Intelligence

A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001)

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Corrected entry: At the flesh fair, when the little girl goes to her father to tell him that David is in the Mecha cage, on the monitors in the control room you can see the destruction of the robot who asked to have its pain receptors turned off. A few shots later, you see the robot still in the cage and then its actual destruction.

Correction: Since mecha are mass produced this could easily be explained by them having 2 of the same model to destroy that night.

Corrected entry: Why was everyone so sure that Gigolo Joe murdered his client? He's a mecha so they could have gone through his memory files and would have found out he didn't do it.

Correction: The movie places great emphasis on the fact that most orga (humans) hate/discriminate against mecha. If a murder happened on the bad side of town and the mecha was the last/only one seen entering the room then there would be no investigation, the mecha would be terminated or sold to a flesh fair.

Corrected entry: Mother never had to tearfully abandon David in the forest. All she had to do was shut him down. Or have the company disable him.

Correction: You missed the point of the scene. She took him to the forest to save him from being shut down.

Correction: The words in the movie were that they'd have to "destroy him."

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Revealing mistake: In the swimming pool scene, when David is sitting at the bottom of the pool, you can clearly see a scab on one of his knees. (00:43:00)

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Trivia: In Philip K. Dick's short story "Type II" which became the movie Screamers, the Type III robot was a small boy named David, carrying a Teddy.

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Question: What is the name of the female child Mecha that is inscribed on the boxes across from the boxes of Davids?

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Chosen answer: Darlene.

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