The future is sleek, and scary.
The rise of artificial intelligence, and those who control it, are at the heart of Alex Garland’s haunting mediation on the enduring question — is it real or is it Memorex?
Domhnall Gleeson, playing a slightly-less insufferable person than he does in the newer Star Wars films, arrives at a remote outpost where a CEO with delusions of Godlike grandeur (Oscar Isaac) is crafting cutting-edge humanoid robots.
And burning up the dance floor whenever possible.
A mystery wrapped in an enigma, Ex Machina lures you in with sleek style, then delivers much to discuss.