Getting Inside the Mind of Oscar Isaac’s Complex Ex Machina Villain

The best films stay with you. They linger on your mind for days, sometimes months after the credits roll, interpretations and ideas circulating. One of my two favourite movies of last year (and quite possibly the best film ever to feature a synchronised disco routine between a human and a robot), Ex Machina totally fits that bill. -gif-There was a lot to love about Alex Garland’s debut feature. Alicia Vikander, taking a well-earned rest from playing virtually every human female role in Hollywood, is Ava, an advanced robot created by billionaire tech CEO Nathan.Nathan, a reclusive genius type with a hefty chip on his shoulder, uses a lottery to select an employee from his company to witness first-hand the progress he’s made in creating genuine Artificial Intelligence.So far, so standard…


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