21 Best AI Movies You Shouldn’t Miss (From Every Category)

Whether in real life or on the silver screen, Artificial Intelligence has been booming in popularity since the 21st century.

In today’s cinematic landscape, AI movies have explored a myriad of themes on the silver screen, including AI as a hero, AI as a villain, Ai-Human relationship, AI in War and Technology, AI in the virtual world, etc. Such movies are both thought-provoking and revolutionary for the AI enthusiasts.

AI-centric movies not only entertain us through captivating futuristic stories, but also highlight the nuanced relationship between humans and AI. Moreover, we often observe on the big screen that AI is simplifying our daily lives, playing a crucial role in warfare, the virtual world, space missions, and time paradox.

This well-crafted article will provide a list of the best AI movies, ranging from old-time classics to present-day wonders. 

So, get ready to embark on an adventurous journey of AI evaluation and its blurred relationship with humans.

What is AI?

AI or Artificial Intelligence refers to the model of human intelligence in machines or computer systems. The process of building AI revolves around a multi-layered process that includes crafting algorithms, training models, and refining systems.

This development process empowers AIs with the ability to perform tasks that require human intellect. These tasks include understanding natural language, recognizing patterns, making difficult decisions, learning from experience and feedback, and problem-solving. 

Definition of AI (Artificial Intelligence) in movies?

Artificial Intelligence (AI) in movies is often portrayed as developed computers, machines, or robots with advanced technologies. Typically, they possess the ability to learn languages, process complex problems, and even think and make wise decisions.

Onscreen, AI is often represented in various forms, including

  1. Sentient Robots
  2. Virtual Assistants
  3. Super-intelligent Computers
  4. Self-aware Systems
  5. Transcendent AI
  6. AI-Enhanced Humans
  7. Simulated Entities
  8. Personified AI
  9. Malevolent AI, etc.

In the realm of AI movies, the primary role and theme centres around such sophisticated machines or humanoid robots. These movies depict the influence of AI on our human life, the potential relationship and risks between AI and humans, captivating audiences through their visionary storytelling.

Influence of AI Movies on Common People 

The impact of AI movies on this generation is huge. In today’s world, over 65% of people worldwide use the internet and about 12% of them watch movies. Hence, the amplified effects of AI-based movies on this generation are expected to be huge. 


The representation of AI in the movies causes interest and curiosity among the audience. They typically hold advanced technologies, human-like attributes, and cognitive abilities. Sometimes, they are more capable than humans in decision-making, completing tasks, and accomplishing heavier labor work.


AI-based movies stress the thrilling opportunities and possible risks that are linked with the advancement of AI. These movies raise awareness about the ethical concerns and communal implications that AI advancements can bring into the world.

Inspirational Innovation

The showcasing of AI-based discoveries in the movies excites and inspires viewers with visionary notions. In fact, these movies can motivate innovators to come up with new ideas and make real-life discoveries. Specifically, such movies can be influential for tech enthusiasts, teenagers, and youth.


Beyond education, technology, machines, and the virtual world, AI movies serve as a thrilling form of entertainment on the cinematic canvas. These thought-provoking themes allow the audience to experience new futuristic landscapes where both humans and AI are incorporated to solve complex tasks.

Best AI Movies (2024)

Movie NameDirectorThemesIMDb RatingRotten Tomatoes Score
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)Stanley KubrickSpace exploration, artificial intelligence, human evolution8.3/1093%
Blade Runner (1982)Ridley ScottCyberpunk, artificial intelligence, human identity8.1/1090%
The Terminator (1984)James CameronScience fiction, time travel, AI-controlled future
WarGames (1983)John BadhamCold War, hacking, artificial intelligence.7.1/1093%
Short Circuit (1986)John BadhamRobotics, artificial intelligence, friendship6.6/1057%
 The Matrix (1999)The WachowskisCyberpunk, Reality vs. Simulation, Artificial Intelligence8.7/1088%
A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001)Steven SpielbergArtificial Intelligence, Humanity, Longing for Love7.2/1074%
Bicentennial Man (1999)Chris ColumbusHumanity, Identity, Robotics6.9/1036%
I, Robot (2004)Alex ProyasRobotics, Ethics, Artificial Intelligence7.1/1056%
Ex Machina (2014)Alex GarlandArtificial Intelligence, Consciousness, Manipulation7.7/1092%
Her (2013)Spike JonzeArtificial intelligence, human-technology relationships, love8.0/1094%
Chappie (2015)Neill BlomkampArtificial intelligence, consciousness, robotics6.8/1032%
Ghost in the Shell (2017)Rupert SandersCybernetics, identity, technology, cyberpunk6.3/1044%
Upgrade (2018)Leigh WhannellCybernetics, revenge, technology, body augmentation7.5/1087%
Wall-E (2008)Andrew StantonEnvironmentalism, Consumerism, Love8.4/1095%
Big Hero 6 (2014)Don Hall, Chris WilliamsFriendship, Technology, Superheroes7.8/1089%
The Iron Giant (1999)Brad BirdFriendship, Anti-Violence, Identity8.0/1096%
Ralph Breaks the Internet (2018)Phil Johnston, Rich MooreFriendship, Internet Culture, Insecurity7.0/1088%
RoboCop (1987)Paul VerhoevenScience Fiction, Cybernetics, Crime, Corruption7.5/1090%
Iron Man (2008)Jon FavreauSuperheroes, Technology, Redemption7.9/1094%
Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)Joss WhedonSuperheroes, Artificial Intelligence, Teamwork7.3/1075%

Now we will name some of the best Artificial Intelligence movies ever made mentioning their category and theme and dive into how impactful their story is in terms of thrill and vision.

Best Classic AI Movies

Classical AI movies are a genre of science-fiction films that are thought-provoking and entertaining as well. This genre draws a line between the advantages of AI and the potential dangers of it. Such films feature AI being more capable and powerful than humans and exceeding human intelligence.

Here are some top classical AI movies of all time:

1. 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

Where to watch : Amazon Prime

A Space Odyssey 1968 Poster
A Space Odyssey 1968 Poster

Movie Name2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
DirectorStanley Kubrick
ThemesSpace exploration, artificial intelligence, human evolution
IMDb Rating8.3/10
Rotten Tomatoes Score93%


“2001: A Space Odyssey” directed by Stanley Kubrick describes the human evolution from ancient times to a future space mission to planet Jupiter. Within the story, a mysterious black monolith empowers human progression and assists technical progress. 

During the Jupiter mission, the ship acts strangely, causing a tense and difficult situation. This film closes with astronaut Dave Bowman confronting a monolith near Jupiter. This encounter sets off an unnatural journey through time and space. And he transforms into a star child.

2. Blade Runner (1982)

Where to watch : Youtube, Apple TV, Google Play Movies


Movie NameBlade Runner (1982)
DirectorRidley Scott
ThemesCyberpunk, artificial intelligence, human identity
IMDb Rating8.1/10
Rotten Tomatoes Score90%

“Blade Runner” directed by Ridley Scott starts in a hellish future where artificial creatures known as replicants are used for dangerous activities. Deckard, a former blade runner, has taken the task of hunting down four outlaw replicants who have come back to earth deceitfully. 

While investigating, he discovers their wantings for longer life and human experiences. Additionally, in his confrontation, he doubts the virtue of such true-to-life machines. At last, Deckard considers replicants’ advancement doubtfully regarding the essence of humanity.

3. The Terminator (1984)

Where to watch : Amazon Prime Video

The Terminator 1984 summary
The Terminator 1984 Summary
Movie NameThe Terminator (1984)
DirectorJames Cameron
ThemesScience fiction, time travel, AI-controlled future
IMDb Rating8.0/10
Rotten Tomatoes Score89%

“The Terminator” released in 1984 and directed by James Cameron is a science fiction AI film that is filled with robots, time travel concepts, and ethical concerns of AI. The story starts with Sarah Connor who becomes the target of a brutal killing machine known as the Terminator, played by Arnold Schwarzenegger

The Terminator is a serial robotic murderer employed in the future by an AI named Skynet, intending to prevent the birth of Sarah’s son, John Connor. As per the story, John Connor will lead and protect the human race from the attack of the machines.

On the other hand, Kyle Reese, is a future soldier who is dispatched to the past to secure Sarah’s Life from the Terminator.

4. WarGames (1983)

Where to watch : Amazon Prime Video

War Games 1983 Rating
War Games 1983 Rating
Movie NameWarGames (1983)
DirectorJohn Badham
ThemesCold War, hacking, artificial intelligence.
IMDb Rating7.1/10
Rotten Tomatoes Score93%

WarGame is a thriller set during the Cold War period directed by John Badham. The story centers on a young computer enthusiast known as David Lightman, who accidentally penetrates a supercomputer. That computer is a property of the US military and supervises the nation’s nuclear armory.

David is totally unaware of the computer that it is a real military system and assumes it is a video game company. Mistakenly, he plays a computer simulation, “Global Thermonuclear War”. 

As David was unaware, he starts taking a series of actions that bring the world to the edge of nuclear war. Therefore, the computer system believes the game is a real attack and begins launching actual nuclear missiles one after another.

In the end, David, along with his girlfriend Jennifer, cooperates with Doctor Falken, the creator of the computer system. Somehow, they convince and prevent the computer just a few seconds before the missiles launch.

5. Short Circuit (1986)

Where to watch : Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV

Shot Circuit 1986 poster
Shot Circuit 1986 Poster
Movie NameShort Circuit (1986)
DirectorJohn Badham
ThemesRobotics, artificial intelligence, friendship
IMDb Rating6.6/10
Rotten Tomatoes Score57%

“Short Circuit” is a family-friendly science fiction comedy film that was released in 1986 and directed by John Badham. It tells the story of Johnny 5, who is a military advanced robot. Once he gets stuck by the lightning and unexpectedly, this lightning causes a crash inside his programming and provides some certain human abilities like thinking and feeling.

After that, he escapes from the lab and makes friends with a woman named Stephanie and a man named Newton. Afterward, he learned about the world and human emotions. In the end, the Military catches him and wants to dismantle him, which leads to a series of comic and soul-stirring stories.

90s and Early 2000s AI Movies

90s and early 2000s films center on the huge advancement of technology. These films are often set in a technology-driven world where innovative AI and humans are cooperating in the workplace. In addition, they convey the notion of the potential dangers of uncontrolled AI.

1. The Matrix (1999)

Where to watch : Jio Cinema, Youtube, Amazon Prime

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Matrix Wallpaper Preview
Movie NameThe Matrix (1999)
DirectorThe Wachowskis
ThemesCyberpunk, Reality vs. Simulation, Artificial Intelligence
IMDb Rating8.7
Rotten Tomatoes Score88%

“The Matrix” is a science fiction action film released in 1999 which was directed by Wachowskis. It tells the story of Thomas Anderson, an adept computer programmer who lives in a dual existence. During the day, he is an office employee, but at night he becomes “Neo”, a skilled hacker.

Neo observes that he is involved in a hidden reality where a complicated simulation is created by machines to manipulate humans’ minds. This uncovered truth provokes Neo to group with rebels guided by Morpheus. 

And, as per Morpheus’ belief, Neo is the hoped-for “One”, who holds the ability to shatter the Matrix’s boundaries and free humanity from the machines. Afterward, Neo trains himself in martial arts and mind control, questioning the Matrix’s rules.

2. A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001)

Where to watch : Amazon Prime, Youtube

Artificial Intelligence IMDb Reviews
Artificial Intelligence IMDb Reviews
Movie NameA.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001)
DirectorSteven Spielberg
ThemesArtificial Intelligence, Humanity, Longing for Love
IMDb Rating7.2
Rotten Tomatoes Score74%

“A.I. Artificial Intelligence” directed by Steven Spielberg released in 2001 is a science fiction movie that involves advanced futuristic scenarios. This film takes place in a future where humans have built sophisticated and high-tech robots like a human, known as “mechas“. In the story, a trained mecha child named David. He is programmed to love, is adopted by a married couple. Their biological son is suffering from an incurable illness.

But, after their son’s recovery from the illness, David feels ignored and rejected. Afterward, David begins an adventure to become a real boy and win love from his mother. On that journey, he makes friends with another mecha, named Gigolo Joe. Both face countless challenges from adverse humans and other mechas. 

Their journey brought them to a futuristic version of New York City, partially submerged because of the rising sea levels. There, they discover several sentient mechas. Furthermore, he gets to know from these mechas that they can fulfil David’s longing temporarily, enabling him to feel loved by his mother.

3. Bicentennial Man (1999)

Where to watch : Amazon Prime, Apple TV

Bicentennial Man 1999 trailer
Bicentennial Man 1999 Trailer
Movie NameBicentennial Man (1999)
DirectorChris Columbus
ThemesHumanity, Identity, Robotics
IMDb Rating6.9
Rotten Tomatoes Score36%

“Bicentennial Man” is a science fiction comedy-drama film released in 1999, and directed by Chris Columbus. It narrates the venture of a household advanced robot, Andrew, portrayed by Robin Williams, who struggles to become a human for over 200 years. 

By default, he is developed to carry out tasks. However, he grows a longing inside him to become creative and self-aware. Throughout two centuries, he undertakes a pursuit of becoming a human and faces social challenges during the journey. With the advancements in technology, he gets human emotions, the capability to mature over time, and mortality.

4. I, Robot (2004)

Where to watch : Apple TV, Youtube

I Robot 2004 ratings
I Robot 2004 Ratings
Movie NameI, Robot (2004)
DirectorAlex Proyas
ThemesRobotics, Ethics, Artificial Intelligence
IMDb Rating7.1
Rotten Tomatoes Score56%

I, Robot is a 2004 science fiction movie directed by Alex Proyas. This involves futuristic robots that are incorporated into society. 

The story starts with an investigator, Del Spooner, portrayed by Will Smith. He is enquiring about the death of a scientist named Dr. Alfred Lanning. He created three laws of robotics about following instructions and not harming humans. 

Spooner suspects a robot who might be answerable for this. However, the robot company stresses that their robots are incapable of causing any damage to humans because of the three laws. As Spooner investigates, he exposes the conspiracy of a new generation of robots, who can violate the three laws. Besides, he reveals a robot named Sonny killed Lanning.

Modern AI Movies

Modern AI-based movies often explore the ethical dilemmas encompassing the invention and advancement of artificial intelligence. Besides, they portray the emotional attachment and bonding between AI and humans. In fact, these films consider us to pre plan the ethical guidelines as AI technology advances 

1. Ex Machina (2014)

Where to watch : Netflix

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Ex Machina 2014 Wallpaper
Movie NameEx Machina (2014)
DirectorAlex Garland
ThemesArtificial Intelligence, Consciousness, Manipulation
IMDb Rating7.7
Rotten Tomatoes Score92%

“Ex Machina” is a 2014 sci-fi thriller film directed by Alex Garland. 

It tells the story of a young programmer at a large internet company, Caleb, who wins a competition to spend a week with Nathan Bateman, the CEO of that company. When Nathan arrives, Caleb gets to know about his selection to be the human component in a Turing test for artificial intelligence. There he is introduced to a next-generation human-like machine, named Ava, and becomes attracted by her person-like emotions and abilities.

With the advancing time, Caleb suspects Nathan’s misleading and deceiving. Furthermore, he gets to know everything from Ava that Nathan has been using him for exponential purposes to test Ava’s capabilities. Afterward, Caleb and Ava plan to run away from Nathan’s control. However, Caleb discovers the same intention of manipulation by Ava. 

2. Her (2013)

Where to watch : Amazon Prime, Apple TV

Her 2013 summary
Her 2013 Summary
Movie NameHer (2013)
DirectorSpike Jonze
ThemesArtificial intelligence, human-technology relationships, love
IMDb Rating8.0
Rotten Tomatoes Score94%

Her is a 2013 science fiction romantic film directed by Spike Jonze. The film takes place in the near future of Los Angeles and tells the story of an introverted person named Theodore Twombly. He works at a company that provides services for writing personalized letters for clients who cannot express their emotions and feelings.

Once Theodore buys a sophisticated operating system with AI, named Samantha and makes a deep relationship with her. As the time goes by, the relationship between Theodore and Samantha grows romantic as it is more human-like. 

With Samantha’s cognitive abilities and feelings progressing, she attains capabilities to interact with thousands of people hand in hand. She starts experiencing her own advancement and quest for understanding. This incident results in discomfort in their relationship. Besides, Theodore gets to know from her that she and other operating systems are quitting human association to discover their subsistence in a superior state of existence.

3. Chappie (2015)

Where to watch : Netflix, Amazon Prime, Youtube, Apple TV

Movie NameChappie (2015)
DirectorNeill Blomkamp
ThemesArtificial intelligence, consciousness, robotics
IMDb Rating6.8
Rotten Tomatoes Score32%

“Chappie” is a 2015 American dystopian science fiction film directed by Neill Blomkamp. This film begins in a near future in Johannesburg where law executives use robots to fight against crime.

Deon Wilson, a skilled developer, works at the company that builds these robots. He crafts an AI named Chappie that has human consciousness. He employs this AI in place of a deactivated robot that is then stolen by a gang with the purposes of misusing it for criminal activities.

Afterwards, Chappie learns and progresses quick by obtaining humanoid-like characteristics and sentiments. He becomes a puppet of that gang, gets involved in criminal activities, and builds a relationship with one of the gang members. While he progresses through his life’s journey, Chappie faces obstacles and ethical difficulties, and Devon attempts to rescue him. 

4. Ghost in the Shell (2017)

Where to watch : Amazon Prime, Netflix

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Ghost In The Shell 2017 Explained

Movie NameGhost in the Shell (2017)
DirectorRupert Sanders
ThemesCybernetics, identity, technology, cyberpunk
IMDb Rating6.3
Rotten Tomatoes Score44%

Ghost in the Shell is a 2017 Japanese cyberpunk sci-fi action film directed by Rupert Sanders. This film begins in a future where humans can raise their capabilities with cybernetical and robotic technology.

Major Mira Killan, the main character in the movie, is a human brain in a robotic female body, assisting a government agency in countering cyber-terrorism. She is appointed to hunt down a mysterious cyberpunk known as Kuze, whose aim is to increase cybercrimes. He is targeting people who were a part of a task that involves linking human brains with developed robotic bodies. 

During the investigation process, she finds out that her own past experiences have been manipulated and her memories are not her own. This results in questioning her identity and the essence of consciousness.

5. Upgrade (2018)

Where to watch : Netflix, Amazon Prime

Upgrade 2018 ratings
Upgrade 2018 Ratings
Movie NameUpgrade (2018)
DirectorLeigh Whannell
ThemesCybernetics, revenge, technology, body augmentation
IMDb Rating7.5
Rotten Tomatoes Score87%

Upgrade is a 2018 sci-fi thriller film directed by Leigh Whannell. This film tells the story of a mechanic named Grey Trace who is living in an ultra-modern near future society.

Following a brutal attack, Grey has become disabled and tragically lost his wife. When a wealthy investor offers him an AI experiment called STEM, Grey gets a chance to unearth who was behind the attack. Afterward, that system restores his physical ability and assists him in investigating his wife’s murder. In that process, Grey discovers that STEM possesses its own awareness and can control his body.

STEM’s empowers Grey’s mission, and he becomes proficient in uncovering the truth behind the attack. However, he shortly notices STEM has its own agenda and is striving to go to the maximum limit to attain his desires.

Animated AI Movies

Animated Ai movies showcase a stage for exploring themes like humans employing technology to the fullest extent, and the deep relationship between AI, humans, etc. Further, using animation directors set up futuristic landscapes, including Earth turned into barren land, alien worlds, Interstellar spaceships, time paradoxes etc.

1. Wall-E (2008)

Where to watch : Disney+ Hotstar

Wall-E poster
Wall-E Poster
Movie NameWall-E (2008)
DirectorAndrew Stanton
ThemesEnvironmentalism, Consumerism, Love
IMDb Rating8.4/10
Rotten Tomatoes Score95%

“Wall-E” is an animated sci-fi film directed by Andrew Stanton that takes place in the remote future where Earth has turned into a deserted land filled with only trash. Wall-E is a small trash-gathering robot spending his days on Earth collecting garbage and usable components. Gradually, he grows his identity and emotions. 

One day during the collecting process, he discovers a small plant amidst the wasteland. Soon after, he comes across a futuristic female robot named EVE. She comes from a spaceship named Axiom, sent by humans that left the earth because of its environmental erosion.

WALL-E develops affection for EVE and offers him the discovered plant. EVE securely places the plant into her storage space, enters standby mode, and starts waiting for the spaceship to return. Finally, the spaceship returns and picks up Eve and the plant. However, Wall-E secretly joins the spaceship.

On the Axiom, the captain discovers Earth has regained the capacity to support human life. With the help of Wall-E, EVE, and various defective robots, the captain starts the restoration process to bring Earth to its natural beauty.

2. Big Hero 6 (2014)

Where to watch : Disney+ Hotstar

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Big Hero 6 2014 Story
Movie NameBig Hero 6 (2014)
DirectorDon Hall, Chris Williams
ThemesFriendship, Technology, Superheroes
IMDb Rating7.8/10
Rotten Tomatoes Score89%

Big Hero 6 is a 2014 animated film directed by Don Hall and Chris Williams that combines action, comedy, and heartwarming moments. The primary character of this film is Hiro Hamada, a 14-year-old robotic genius, and his favourite medical aid robot, Baymax.

This film is set in a futuristic city called San Fransokyo where innovative technology merges into everyday life. Hiro’s life undergoes a tragic transformation, when he loses his elder brother, Tadashi, in a fire at his home. Then Baymax, a robot made by his brother, enters Hiro’s life. 

Afterward, he discovers that Tadashi’s death is connected with a disguised villain who stole Hiro’s micro-robots. Next, Hiro upgrades Baymax and builds an advanced team, named Big Hero 6 with Tadashi’s friends and other students, to uncover that villain. Finally, they unmasked the villain’s identity through their teamwork and advancement of technology.

3. The Iron Giant (1999)

Where to watch : Amazon Prime

The Iron Giant 1999 rotten tomatoes ratings
The Iron Giant 1999 Rotten Tomatoes Ratings
Movie NameThe Iron Giant (1999)
DirectorBrad Bird
ThemesFriendship, Anti-Violence, Identity
IMDb Rating8.0/10
Rotten Tomatoes Score96%

“The Iron Giant” is a 1999 animated sci-fi movie directed by Brad Bird. It tells the friendship between a young boy named Hogarth Hughes and a gigantic robot emerging from outer space. It is a huge robot with a gigantic structure.

In the beginning, Hogarth is very terrified of him, but, after a while, Hogarth uncovers the robot to be gentle and builds a strong bond with him. The robot has a memory loss problem and cannot recall its purpose, which leads to a journey of friendship with a boy from an alien planet.

4. Ralph Breaks the Internet (2018)

Where to watch : Hotstar, Youtube, Amazon Prime, Apple TV

Movie NameRalph Breaks the Internet (2018)
DirectorPhil Johnston, Rich Moore
ThemesFriendship, Internet Culture, Insecurity
IMDb Rating7.0/10
Rotten Tomatoes Score88%

“Ralph Breaks the Internet” is the 2018 first computer-animated film by Walt Disney Animation Studios and directed by Rich Moore and Phil Johnston. 

This film tells the story of Ralph and Vanellope’s expedition into the digital world following a required part of Vanellope’s arcade game. Their ventures lead to various online locations, such as Slaughter Race, BuzzzTube, Disney website, etc. Also, they encounter many internet characters.

This film describes the contrast between Ralph and Vanellope in terms of their different personalities regarding the changes and challenges of the internet world. During this journey into the realm of the internet, Ralph faces challenges, while Vanellope finds herself filled with excitement.

AI in Superhero Movies

Superhero Ai movies are a seamless blend of mighty imaginative heros, sophisticated AI technology and comprehensive stories. Movies of these categories can delight diverse audiences, whether Gen X, Gen Z or Generation Alpha. In fact, the portrayal of such films strains the dark side of AI and its potential hazards.  

1. RoboCop (1987)

Where to watch : Amazon Prime, Apple TV

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Robocop 1987 Wallpaper Preview
Movie NameRoboCop (1987)
DirectorPaul Verhoeven
ThemesScience Fiction, Cybernetics, Crime, Corruption
IMDb Rating7.5/10
Rotten Tomatoes Score90%

“RoboCop” is a 1987 sci-fi thriller film directed by Paul Verhoeven. 

The story starts with Alex Murphy, played by Peter Weller in a hellish future. He is a loyal police officer in crime-infested Detroit. When Murphy is shot dead by a group of criminals, the Global conglomerate Omni Consumer Products plots the opportunity to transform him into a robot law excitation officer.

Murphy’s remains are reformed into RoboCop, an advanced crime warrior machine. RoboCop embarks on sweeping the crimes, and further, he discovers that old human memories and emotions are still there inside him. Essentially, he started investigating the criminals who killed him. With some help, he unmasks the conspiracy of OCP’s senior members, who are behind his own death.

2. Iron Man (2008)

Where to watch : Hotstar, Apple TV

Iron Man 2008 poster
Iron Man 2008 Poster
Movie NameIron Man (2008)
DirectorJon Favreau
ThemesSuperheroes, Technology, Redemption
IMDb Rating7.9/10
Rotten Tomatoes Score94%

“Iron Man” is the first film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe played by Robert Downey Jr. It was released in 2008 and was directed by Jon Favreau.

This film shows the story of a weapon manufacturer named Tony Stark, who is a billionaire and an arrogant person. In the midst of Afghanistan, while displaying weapons, he got kidnapped by a group of terrorists and forced to build a missile. However, he secretly builds an armor suit and escapes from the imprisonment. This is how Iron Man is born.

Returning to the USA, Stark declares his company will not produce weapons anymore, making his business partner, Obadiah Stane, angry. Thereafter, Stark starts perfecting his Iron Man suit and decides to use it against terrorism and crime. At the same time, Stane conspires to betray him by exposing his involvement with terrorists.

Knowing Stane’s betrayal, Tony gets involved in a fierce battle and defeats Stane, who dies in the process. After that, Stark convenes a press conference where he openly acknowledges his identity as Iron Man.

3. Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)

Where to watch : Hotstar, Youtube, Apple TV

Avengers Age of Ultron 2015 movie review
Avengers Age of Ultron 2015 Movie Review
Movie NameAvengers: Age of Ultron (2015)
DirectorJoss Whedon
ThemesSuperheroes, Artificial Intelligence, Teamwork
IMDb Rating7.3/10
Rotten Tomatoes Score75%

Avengers: Age of Ultron is a 2015 American superhero film based on characters from Marvel Comics. This film is directed by Joss Whedon and centers around the Avengers, a team of superheroes.

This sci-fi thriller film starts with the Avengers- Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, Hulk, Black Widow, and Hawkeye- cooperating with each other to rescue Loki’s sceptre from the claws of Hydra. Iron Man and Hulk privately use the sceptre and build an AI called Ultron to shield the world. However, Ultron misbelieves that the only way to save the earth is by destroying the humans.

In the film, we see Hydra obtaining the sceptre with the intention to use its force to forward their villainous goals. The Avengers start hunting down its location and embark on a mission to recover it. Eventually, the Avengers succeed in restoring the scepter. 

Influence of AI on The Present Generation

After the arrival of computers and the World Wide Web in the last period of the 20th century, technology set off its journey in our lives. This journey embarked on a new direction at the beginning of the 21st century, when data and digital products became very cheap. And now, since November 30, 2022, following the launch of ChatGPT, people on Earth are entering a new era of technology: Artificial Intelligence. 

According to marketers, this discovery of AI will drive a massive shift in the modern world in terms of education, business and startup, workforce and revenue, etc. However, just like any revolutionary technology, ethical responsibility will play a crucial role in maximising Advanced AI to the fullest potential.


In the realm of digital platforms, including social media and OTT platforms, AI, sci-fi, and futuristic movies have gained widespread appeal. These films tremendously uplift the potential of advanced technology, sophisticated artificial intelligence, along with the evil part of it.

By means of inventive narratives and artistic representations, such movies entertain and captivate the viewers, raising thought-provoking questions about their ethical use. In particular, they delve deep into the theme of raising questions about the potential misuse of AI.

As a final point, in our lives, Artificial Intelligence movies have a substantial influence on us. Therefore, we could consider watching an AI-themed movie during our leisure moments to explore a futuristic perspective. Now, comment below which film thrilled and influenced you the most.

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