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Best 11 artificial intelligence movies to watch in 2023

While AI films aren’t as popular as comedies or thrillers, they nevertheless rank well. And I’m convinced you’ll know at least one of the films on this list.

The article discusses the eleven greatest artificial intelligence films to see right now, ranging from timeless classics to ground-breaking releases that have reshaped the genre. You’ll also see the IMDb rating for each one, which may help you decide if a film is right for you.

Let’s explore which Artificial intelligence films are worth seeing in 2022.

  1. Finch

Miguel Sapochnik is the director of The Finch.

IMDb score: 6.8/10

We’re starting with a film Finch Weinberg, the film’s protagonist, is an engineer who lives in a post-apocalyptic world with his dog. Then one day, he creates a robot whose sole purpose is to defend his pet. The robot learns to learn about life, love, friendship, and what it is to be human through various interactions and experiences.

The three create a family and search for a new location to live together. Do they find what they’re looking for?

  1. Blade runner 2049/blade runner

Directors of Blade runner and Blade Runner 2049 are – Denis Villeneuve (1982) / Ridley Scott (2017)

Dates of release : 1982 / 2017

IMDb score: 8.1/10

Now, let’s go on to one of the most well-known AI films of all time, which depicts a period where humans coexist alongside humanoids. What possibly could go wrong? Assume you’re a robot with only four years to live. Would it give you enough time to flee and find the guy who made you, allowing you to live longer?

You may believe so, but the task is far from simple. Blade Runner is on the search for these AI beings. The original film, directed by Ridley Scott, was based on the 1968 novel “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?” by Philip K. Dick. If you like it, Denis Villeneuve’s sequel, Blade Runner 2049, goes forward thirty years and delves even further into the theme of artificial intelligence growth.

  1. Westworld

Michael Crichton (the film) / Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy (series) are the directors of the movie and series, respectively.

Dates of release: 1973 (movie) / 2016 (series)

IMDb score: 8.6/10

Imagine having the ability to live out your worst dreams. This is what occurs in the Delos universe, which is populated by humanoid androids. For $1,000 a day, each visitor can spend time in one of three locations: the Western World, the Medieval World, or the Roman World, traveling wherever their imagination takes them.

Everything proceeds as expected until the robots’ software becomes infected with a virus one day. As a result, they go rogue and assault park guests. It’s hardly a spoiler to say that not everyone survives. Discover what happened in the 1973 film or the 2016 series version.

  1. The Matrix

Lilly and Lana Wachowski are the directors of the film The Matrix.

Dates of release: 1999, 2003, and 2021

IMDb score: 8.7/10

I believe it is safe to assume that everyone has heard of The Matrix. And if you haven’t seen it yet, now is the time! The film depicts one version of humanity’s greatest fear: a world in which AI has taken over. The Wachowskis present a society in which people live inside a simulation, with only a few individuals knowing the truth.

When a computer hacker named Neo joins the fray, he decides to fight alongside a gang of freedom fighters against the evil intellect. If you enjoyed the first book in the series, make sure to finish the trilogy.

  1. Star Wars (Movie Series)

George Lucas is the director.

IMDb score: 8.6/10

Now we’re going to pick up the pace. The Star Wars franchise is an epic cosmic odyssey that follows Luke Skywalker and his comrades as they attempt to save Princess Leia and bring an evil empire to heel. There’s a lot to talk about here, but we’ll concentrate on two characters: C-3PO, a protocol robot, and R2-D2, an astromech droid.

They are two sentient AI droids with human-like personalities who can experience emotions, communicate, and voice their ideas. Some Star Wars enthusiasts regard them as talking “best pals.” Could they be a solution for allergy sufferers? If you agree, there are several toy robots inspired by the couple, as seen in the video below.

  1. The Terminator

The Terminator is directed by James Cameron

Dates of release: 1984, 1991, 1996, 2003, 2009, 2015, and 2019.

IMDb score: 8.1/10

Another film highlighting the dangers of artificial intelligence People are sheltering underground on a ruined planet ruled by the AI-powered Skynet. Until they revolt one day. As a result, the wicked program sends a cyborg assassin, The Terminator, back to 1984 to stop the main agitator.

The Terminator’s mission is to locate and eliminate the woman who will give birth to John Connor, the rebel leader. Kyle Reese is on the hunt for the electronic murderer in order to destroy the cyborg and save the lady from impending danger. If you like the first film, there are six more in the series for you to enjoy.

  1. Wall E

Andrew Stanton is the director of Wall-E.

IMDb rating: 8.4/10

Released in 2008

It’s time to enter the realm of animation and follow the adventures of a little robot named Wall-E. He lives alone on Earth, entrusted with cleaning up all of humanity’s trash. Throughout his years of hard effort, he gains the ability to sense feelings such as loneliness and love.

Then another robot, EVE, arrives on Earth in search of evidence of life. The two meet and go on an adventure together. WALL-E is a rare example of a film that shows the positive aspects of AI and the benefit it may bring to the world.

  1. Her

Spike Jonze is the film’s director.

IMDb rating: 8.0/10;

Released in 2013.

Technology plays a very important role in our lives. Voice assistants such as Siri and Alexa aid us at work and in our daily lives, but their role is restricted to simple tasks. “Her,” on the other hand, depicts a considerably more evolved form of voice assistant.

The main character, Theodor, purchases AI-based software named Samantha, which interacts with him as if he were a normal person. Their friendship grows over time to the point where they fall in love.

  1. Black Mirror

Black Mirror is directed by Charlie Brooker

Dates of release: 2011-2019

IMDb score: 8.8/10

This “Black Mirror” series addresses our collective fear of the modern world and technological advancements. Each episode delivers a unique, vibrant, and engrossing narrative about modern technoparanoia set in an alternate universe or the near future. The issues represent our civilization or the repercussions of activities that might be extremely detrimental to humanity.

One episode, for example, depicts a scenario in which individuals have chips implanted in their minds that record all occurrences and allow them to be replayed like a movie. The series will not make you happy, but it will make you think about many elements of your life.

  1. Super Intelligence

Ben Falcone is the Director of Super Intelligence.

2020 –  release date

IMDb rating is 5.4 out of 10

Many films use dark, dystopian drama to depict the bad aspects of AI. Superintelligence takes a different route, illustrating what might go wrong with artificial intelligence but in a joyful, often absurd fashion. It follows the story of Carol Peters, an everyday lady going about her daily life until one day she begins hearing voices from various devices. The very first AI, it turns out, picked her as an observation object and seized control of her life.

This is the first step towards AI ruling the planet, and Carol is the only one who can stop it and, eventually, preserve humanity. This is the film for you if you want to forget about the serious side of life.

  1. Ex Machina

Alex Garland is the director of “Ex Machina.”

IMDb rating: 7.7/10 Released in 2014

An award-winning hit takes the last spot on our list. Ex Machina depicts the story of Caleb, a young computer scientist who wins a job challenge. He’s then taken to a lab to work with the company’s CEO, Nathan.

Caleb encounters Ava, the world’s first ‘female’ artificial intelligence, while there. Caleb learns at this moment that he is the human counterpart in a Turing test to determine Ava’s awareness. However, it quickly becomes apparent that the humanoid is considerably more self-aware than either man believes.



Artificial intelligence is taking over the world in every aspect of our lives, so the number of movies based on this topic is also increasing significantly. There are many movies that are included in the list above that not only show a different world but also carry a deep and meaningful message that inspires the younger generation in many ways.

David Scott
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