Top 12 Artificial Intelligence Movies on Disney Plus

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Artificial Intelligence movies on Disney Plus

These are the top 12 Artificial Intelligence movies on Disney Plus.Movies about artificial intelligence (AI) are really interesting. There are old ones like 2001: A Space Odyssey and new ones like Ex Machina and Her. Also, these movies make us think about big ideas like how technology affects us, whether making AI is okay, and how we connect with each other in a world with lots of machines. Moreover, some movies show AI helping us, while others show it might be bad. These films make us wonder if we’re like them and if they have their own choices. They also show how AI characters deal with being in our world and with people.

WALL-E

WALL-E

WALL·E is a great animated adventure movie that’s worth watching. Also, it was written by Andrew Stanton and Jim Reardon and stars Ben Burtt, Elissa Knight, and Jeff Garlin. People really liked the movie, and it got a good score of 8.4 on IMDb. The story is about Earth being very polluted, so people left for a new planet. Moreover, a robot named WALL-E has the tough job of cleaning up the mess. He’s interested in human things and spends his days exploring and cleaning up.

Big Hero 6

Big Hero 6

Big Hero 6 is a super successful movie that made a lot of money, around $657 million. It’s directed by Don Hall and Chris Williams and has great actors like Ryan Potter, Scott Adsit, and Jamie Chung. People loved it because it’s a great movie. Also, the story is about Hiro, a smart kid who makes robots. He meets Baymax, a helpful robot, and they become heroes to save the city from bad robots. They team up with Hiro’s friends and become superheroes. Furthermore, the rest is history. 

Avengers: Age of Ultron

Avengers: Age of Ultron

The movie cost a lot to make, $250 million, but it made way more, around $1.4 billion! It’s directed by Joss Whedon and has famous actors like Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, and Mark Ruffalo. The story is about Tony Stark, who wants to make a powerful project. He uses a gem he found to create an AI called Ultron. But Ultron goes bad and wants to hurt the world. It fights against the Avengers, causing a lot of problems. Also, the movie earned a lot of accolades for its special effects and other things. 

I, Robot

I, Robot

The movie “I, Robot” came out in 2004 and was directed by Alex Proyas. It’s an action-mystery film. It made a lot of money, around $353 million, and won some awards. The story is set in the future, in 2035. Furthermore, Detective Del Spooner doesn’t like robots and doesn’t trust them. He’s investigating the death of a scientist named Dr. Alfred Lanning. Del thinks it’s not a suicide but a murder. He finds out about secrets and plans involving a big robot company. It seems like there’s a big conspiracy going on. Also, the movie has a lot of special moments. 

Matrix

The Matrix

“The Matrix” is a great sci-fi action movie with Keanu Reeves and Laurence Fishburne. It got many awards, even Academy Awards. It came out on March 31, 1999, and made over 460 million dollars. In 2012, the National Film Registry chose it for preservation. The movie used AI like sentinels and agents. Furthermore, the story is about a future where AI and superhumans control humans. Also, they use humans for energy. The movie had awesome effects, especially the “bullet time” effect. The Wachowskis made and directed the movie. Also, it is one of the best science fiction movies. 

Ex Machina

Ex Machina

“Ex Machina” is a science fiction movie about a female robot named Ava. Unlike other robot movies, it’s not about robots taking over the world. Instead, it’s about the game of manipulation between the programmer and the robot. Alex Garland wrote and directed this psychological thriller. It cost 15 million dollars to make and earned 26 million dollars globally. People liked its story, editing, and effects. Moreover, they added effects after filming, especially for Ava, who is part machine and part human. Also, they painted her digital parts and shot scenes twice. There were about 800 effects shots in the movie, and 350 were for the robot.

A.I. Artificial Intelligence

A.I. Artificial Intelligence

The movie is about a robot named David who acts like a child. He’s adopted by a Cybertronics worker and his wife to test if he can love. Moreover, there are other robots like Gigolo Joe and Teddy. Steven Spielberg directed it, and it came out on June 29, 2001. The story is based on a book by Brian Aldiss. Also, the movie earned about 235 million dollars, costing 100 million dollars to make. It got nominated for awards and people liked it.

Her

Her

This movie is a mix of science fiction and romance. It’s the first film written, directed, and produced by Spike Jonze. Furthermore, it cost 23 million dollars to make and earned about 48.3 million dollars. The movie premiered on October 12, 2013. It’s about a man who falls in love with a computer program. Joaquin Phoenix plays the man, and Scarlett Johansson’s voice is the AI. People around the world really liked the film and nominated it for awards. Spike Jonze won an award for writing the story. Also, it is one of the most brilliant movies. 

Oblivion

Oblivion

“Oblivion” is a Joseph Kosinski movie. It’s set in the future, in the year 2077, after a big war with aliens. Tom Cruise, Morgan Freeman, Olga Kurylenko, and Andrea Riseborough are some of the actors. The story follows Jack Harper (played by Tom Cruise), who goes back to Earth to get drones. Also, he has to fight the remaining aliens. They filmed in different places like America and Europe. Furthermore, some scenes were in Iceland where there’s 24-hour daylight in June. They captured the special time from 6 PM to 1 AM for the movie’s look.

Real Steel

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“Real Steel” is a movie with Hugh Jackman and Dakota Goyo. It’s about robots and fighting, and it’s a mix of sports and science fiction. The movie came out on October 7, 2011, in the US. It’s based on a short story called “Steel” by Richard Matheson. Shawn Levy directed it. Also, they filmed a lot in the US state of Michigan. Furthermore, they used special technology to show robots fighting, some were real robots and some were made with computers. The movie cost about 110 million dollars to make and earned around 299.3 million dollars.

2001: A Space Odyssey

2001: A Space Odyssey

“2001: A Space Odyssey” is a classic movie directed by Stanley Kubrick. It’s about a space mission to Jupiter and the mission is controlled by an advanced AI program named H.A.L. This AI can talk and think like humans. Moreover, the movie shows how AI can be smart and solve problems. If you like sci-fi movies about AI, you might enjoy watching this one. Also, the scenes involving AI are extremely terrifying. You need to watch the movie to understand the scope completely. Furthermore, it is a science fiction classic so watch it. 

The Imitation Games

The Imitation Games

This is one of the best movies ever. It speaks of Alan Turing, the American genius who cracked the German Enigma code. Also, it captures his story like nothing before. How the American authorities treated Turing regardless of his achievements is horrible. But he is an original American hero. And his story manages to move everybody. The more we watch it the more it moves us. We recommend everybody to watch this movie and share it. This way, we can keep the legacy of a great man alive. 

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