Artificial Intelligence: AI - More Screencaps

Here are some more AI screencaps for you


Just a brief warning - I haven’t explicitly related spoilers below, but some of the later screencaps do show visuals that might clue you in to what’s coming later. If you haven’t seen it, you might want to stop scrolling after you see the Statue of Liberty.

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The robot (mecha) at the begining hints of the extraordinary FX we were to see later.


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Here’s a scene where their son, Martin is in cryo-stasis, and the mother, Monica, is reading him a book.


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Tokyo Joe, all decked out in purple neon prepares to remove his identification tag.


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Mommy leaves - one of the many emotional scenes.


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I loved the scavenger robots. They come to sift through the junk to replace ruined body parts.


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This guy putting in his eye is terrific.


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Here, the Mecha are symbolically crucified for humanity’s sins.


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In the future, the cars and roads are all done up in ultra-neon.


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Another cool city shot.


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Ah yes, Dr. Know! Pay no attention to the computer behind the curtain.


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The statue of Liberty survives in the future, although, it doesn’t get nearly as many visitors.


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More ruined New York scenes - the FX folks did a great job on them.


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Waiting for Godot.


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If you’ve seen the movie, you know what this is. If not, I’m not telling you.


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Here’s the moon again, representing hopes and dreams.


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April 2, 2006

Case said:

How can people see these images and even ATTEMPT to argue that this isn’t cyberpunk?

Case said:

I forgot how incredible that scene is with all the mechas rummaging through the trash for “parts” is… I have to watch this again soon.

April 4, 2006

spikethebloody said:

Really some great images. I have to watch this again just for the pure joy of it.

April 6, 2006

ETM said:

I really, really like the images. The visuals are about all that is worth the time it takes to view this film. They did a splendid job, through and through.

SFAM said:

Agreed. The visuals really do make up for some of the pacing problems.

December 20, 2008

Black Sun said:

the imagery of this movie makes me want to cry… that is how beautiful it is.

June 12, 2009

Shehryar Khan said:

Exceptional by all means. I love its theme, graphics, everything. No doubt it ’s a master piece by Spellberg

Shehryar Khan said:

Exceptional by all means. I love its theme, graphics, everything. No doubt it ’s a master piece by Spillberg

November 19, 2009

Anonymous said:

when did this film come out

March 15, 2011

Tony said:

the first picture starts to freak you out if you stare too long at it.

May 10, 2012

Valarie Glenny said:

Its nice comic YouTube video, I all the time go to visit YouTube web page in support of humorous videos, because there is much more information available.

June 6, 2012

Burnt_Lombard said:

Get out of here A.I. spambots!! Droids need not apply.

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