The Spooky Dimension of Technology: The Best Artificial Intelligence Movies of All Time

Artificial intelligence movies are a genre that has been treated with the theme of the dystopian future in cinema for many years and has a serious fan base. We have compiled the most popular and most popular artificial intelligence movies for you. We wish you a good viewing.


1) I, Robot – I Robot (2004) | IMDb: 7.1

Director: Alex Proyas

Cast: Will Smith, Bridget Moynahan, Alan Tudyk

I Robot is one of the most admired movies among the artificial intelligence movies by the audience. In 2035, robots have become widespread in all areas of life, and Chicago Policeman Del Spooner, who has a robot phobia, is not very happy about this situation. Scientist Dr. After Miles Hogenmiller is murdered, Del Spooner takes over the case. Before he was killed, Dr. Del Spooner becomes suspicious of robots after learning that Hogenmiller is working on a secret project. As the incident progresses, he encounters frightening facts.


2) The Terminator – Destroyer (1984) | IMDb: 8.0

Director: James Cameron

Cast: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton, Michael Biehn

The Destroyer is one of the best artificial intelligence movies ever made. Robots have taken control of the whole world in 2029. No one is left but a group of people who resisted the rule of the robots. Artificial intelligence robots assign a cyborg named Terminator to eliminate the insurgents completely. The Terminator’s mission is to travel back in time to destroy the first leader of the insurgents, Sarah Connor.


3) The Matrix (1999) | IMDb: 8.7

Director: Lana Wachowski, Lilly Wachowski

Cast: Keanu Reeves, Carie Anne Moss, Hugo Weaving

Working at a software company, Thomas Anderson investigates the Matrix by breaking programs under the name Neo at night. One day, Neo meets Trinity and Morpheus and learns that the world he lives in and the reality he knows are just a simulation. He joins Morpheus’ team to escape the simulation and return to the real world.


4) Every – Love (2013) | IMDb: 8.0

Director: Spike Jonze

Cast: Joaquin Phoenix, Scarlett Johansson, Rooney Mara

Theodore Twombly makes a living writing cursive letters that have now become a rare thing. He is a depressed and unhappy person who is divorced from his wife and lives alone in an apartment. One day, an advertisement he encounters changes his life. A purely artificial intelligence product and just a voice, Samantha is a very attractive virtual entity. Starting to enjoy life again with Samantha, Theodore also begins to question reality.


5) 2001: A Space Odyssey – 2001 A Space Odyssey (1968) | IMDb: 8.3

Director: Stanley Kubrick

Cast: Keir Dullea, Gary Lockwood, William Sylvester

In the year 4 million BC, a group of primates are fighting over food. Their fight is interrupted by the mysterious black stone that suddenly appears next to them. Thanks to this black stone, intelligence, the first step of evolution, emerges and primates begin to use tools. In the next scene, 4 million years later, in 2001, a spaceship follows the signals and discovers the same black stone on the lunar surface.

The next target of the signals is Jupiter. Astronauts David Bowman and Frank Poole are accompanied by the world’s most advanced artificial intelligence, HAL 9000, on the spaceship that is on its way to Jupiter. Master director Stanley Kubrick’s famous film, in which he puts many question marks in the minds of the audience while questioning many things, is considered a masterpiece.


6) RoboCop (1987) | IMDb: 7.6

Director: Paul Verhoeven

Cast: Peter Weller, Nancy Allen, Miguel Ferrer

The future city of Detroit is governed by a large corporation, OCP. OCP builds a robot to fight crime and protect the city. But the robot they produced remains a failed attempt. In order to regain people’s trust, the company combines the body of murdered police officer Alex Murphy with a robot and produces RoboCop. Detroit’s new guardian, RoboCop, will take on the crime lord Boddicker.


7) Minority Report – Minority Report (2002) | IMDb: 7.6

Director: Steven Spielberg

Cast: Tom Cruise, Daniel London, Samantha Morton

The special police unit headed by Detective John Anderton is able to catch criminals before they commit a crime, thanks to some technological devices and psychic powers. Anderton begins to doubt the system he trusts and believes to be working perfectly. The system is now after John Anderton as a murder suspect.


8) AI Artificial Intelligence – Artificial Intelligence (2001) | IMDb: 7.2

Director: Steven Spielberg

Cast: Haley Joel Osment, Frances O’Connor, Jude Law

11-year-old David is given to a childless family as a living AI toy. Thinking he’s a normal kid and acting like other kids, David embarks on a dangerous journey to find his own reality when he realizes the truth. Steven Spielberg completed the film, which Stanley Kubrick could not complete due to his death.


9) Ex Machina (2014) | IMDb: 7.7

Director: Alex Garland

Cast: Oscar Isaac, Alicia Vikander, Domhnall Gleeson

Working as a software specialist at one of the world’s most important technology companies, Caleb wins a competition held at the company. The reward is a 1-week vacation at the chalet of the company’s mysterious CEO, Nathan. But a very different vacation experience awaits Caleb than he thought. Nathan introduces Caleb to the world’s first true artificial intelligence robot named Ava.


10) Metropolis (1927) | IMDb: 8.3

Director: Fritz Lang

Cast: Brigitte Helm, Gustav Fröhlich, Alfred Abel

In Metropolis, where humanity is divided into two, one part lives underground with machines, while the other part leads a more comfortable life above. Workers struggling to survive in difficult conditions underground do not care about the above managers. Metropolis, which influenced many science fiction films that came after it, is shown as one of the best science fiction films of all time.


11) Wall-E (2008) | IMDb: 8.4

Director: Andrew Stanton

Cast: Elissa Knight, Ben Burtt, Jeff Garlin

In a very distant future, human beings have left the Earth due to excessive pollution and settled on another planet. Lazy humanity sends robot Wall-E to clean the Earth. The cute robot that creates a world of its own on the garbage planet encounters another robot, Eve. The two robots try to deal with all the difficulties together.


12) Transcendence – Evolution (2014) | IMDb: 6.2

Director: Wally Pfister

Cast: Johnny Depp, Rebecca Hall, Cillian Murphy

Having important inventions and dealing with a large artificial intelligence project, Dr. Will Caster draws the backlash from tech-hating radical groups. Refusing to give the technology support that radical groups demanded of him, Caster is killed as a result of a terrorist attack. Evelyn Caster, a scientist like herself, integrates Will’s brain into an advanced supercomputer. Will begins to decipher the big attack planned by the terrorists from the computer he is connected to, but the terrorists who realize that Will is alive will chase him again.


13) Blade Runner – Blade Runner (1982) | IMDb: 8.1

Director: Ridley Scott

Cast: Harrison Ford, Sean Young, Rutger Hauer

Knife Back is among the most popular artificial intelligence movies ever. In 2019, huge companies are producing robots called Replikant to handle the illegal work of extraterrestrial colonies. Replicants, whose outward appearance is indistinguishable from humans, are captured by special police called Blade Runners. Veteran Blade Runner Rick Deckard accepts one last mission when he wants to leave his post. Deckard’s mission is to capture a group of Replicants arriving in Los Angeles, home to two million people. Considered a masterpiece, the film is one of the pioneers of both the dystopian genre and science fiction.


14) Blade Runner 2049 – Blade Runner 2049 (2017) | IMDb: 8.0

Director: Dennis Villeneuve

Cast: Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, Ana de Armas

Set in 2049, 30 years after Blade Runner, one of the most admired artificial intelligence movies, Officer K., who is Blade Runner, finds evidence that will reveal a big secret in the house he went to after a tip-off. K. Replikant, who started to investigate what he discovered, attracts the attention of his companies and the authority he is affiliated with, and begins to question his own reality. In order for his results not to lead to a disaster, he must find former Blade Runner Rick Deckard and find answers to some questions.


15) Ghost In The Shell (1995) | IMDb: 8.0

Director: Mamoru Oshii

Cast: Akio Otsuka, Atsuko Tanaka, Koichi Yamadera

In the story set in Japan in the 2030s, humanity now lives in a virtual reality. In this virtual reality, the cyber agent named Puppet Master, created by the ministry, provides the order. When the Puppet Master reaches enough information while pursuing his goals, he starts looking for a body for himself. However, the super agent is not yet aware of the agents who are after him.


16) Transformers (2007) | IMDb: 7.0

Director: Michael Bay

Cast: Shia LaBeouf, Megan Fox, Josh Duhamel

Transformers, one of the most remarkable films among artificial intelligence films, begins with life on different planets. A great war is about to begin on the far away planet of Cyberton. On this planet, where robots can be cars, planes, ships, there are good and bad like everywhere else. The target of transformers who consume their own fuel resources and want to seize the resources of other planets is the Earth. What they will encounter are the good-natured robots of the planet Cyberton.


17) The Machine – Death Machine (2013) | IMDb: 6.1

Director: Caradog W. James

Cast: Caity Lotz, Toby Stephens, Denis Lawson

The artificial intelligence created by two computer programmers is the first self-aware robot designed to help humanity. Both the creators of artificial intelligence fall in love with the robot. But everything turns upside down when the defense ministry steals their project and redesigns it to become a robotic weapon.


18) Tau (2018) | IMDb: 5.8

Director: Federico D’Alessandro

Cast: Maika Monroe, Ed Skrein, Gary Oldman

Kidnapped by a scientist to use in her experiments, Julia finds herself in a house surrounded by high security. His only friend in the house is Tau, the artificial intelligence designed by the scientist. Tau, who at first follows her master’s orders, eventually develops an affinity for Julia and tries to help her escape.


19) AlphaGo (2017) | IMDb: 7.9

Director: Greg Kohs

Cast: Lee Sedol, Fan Hui, Aja Huang

The documentary-style film is about the true story of the encounter between the world’s best go player, Lee Sedol, with the computer program AlphaGo, developed by Google DeepMind and playing the go game.


20) I Am Mother (2019) | IMDb: 6.7

Director: Grant Sputore

Cast: Clara Rugaard-Larsen, Hilary Swank, Rose Byrne

With the great destruction experienced by the world, the human race disappeared from the world. After the human population is extinct, a special robot is designed to recreate the existence of the human species on earth. This robot, tasked with raising a young girl, is called the mother. One day, when an injured stranger comes to their side, the relationship between the young girl and the mother robot begins to turn upside down. While the young girl, who receives information about the outside world from the stranger, wants to reach the truth, the mother robot is ready to do anything to protect her.


21) Simone (2002) | IMDb: 6.1

Director: Andrew Niccol

Cast: Al Pacino, Catherine Keener, Rachel Roberts

The director, who is shooting his own box office movie with the dream of making his name and becoming famous, is left in the middle when the capricious lead actor leaves the set. As the director drifts into depression, he encounters a great opportunity. Created in a virtual environment, obedient to the director’s expectations, actress Simone sparks the director’s hopes. Simone, who is getting more and more famous, is dragged into deep stalemates with the director while trying to hide the truth about herself.


22) Moon – Moon (2009) | IMDb: 7.8

Director: Duncan Jones

Cast: Sam Rockwell, Kevin Spacey, Dominique McElligott

Astronaut Sam Bell is sent to a dark corner of the Moon to discover an important source of energy, Helium-3. In this difficult mission, Bell suffers an unfortunate accident and loses all communication when the satellite link is lost. The only person he can talk to now is the robot Gerty at the Sarang base. Counting the days to return home, Bell begins to experience memory loss and hallucinations.


23) Chappie (2015) | IMDb: 6.8

Director: Neill Blomkamp

Cast: Dev Patel, Hugh Jackman, Sharlto Copley

Law enforcement, consisting of mechanical robots, has become the oppressive state’s greatest weapon. People who are fed up with these robot cops and want to resist take over one of the mechanical robots. Reprogramming the robot, Deon creates a robot that thinks and feels for himself, and this robot takes the name Chappie. However, Chappie will soon be perceived by the state as a threat to his authority.


24) The Day The Earth Stood Still – The Day The Earth Stood Still (1951) | IMDb: 7.8

Director: Robert Wise

Cast: Michael Rennie, Patricia Neal, Lock Martin

The alien Klaatu and his robot Gort suddenly appear in Washington with his flying saucer. Wounded by a soldier while leaving his ship, Klaatu is placed in isolation at the hospital. Klaatu’s request, who wants to come together with world leaders and send a message to the whole world, is rejected. He then escapes from the hospital and mingles with people by hiding his identity in order to get to know people better. Klaatu will go out of his way to make his message known to the whole world.


25) The Japanese Job (1987) | IMDb: 6.1

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Director: Kartal Tibet

Actors: Kemal Sunal, Fatma Girik, Sümer Tilmaç

Among the artificial intelligence movies shot in Yeşilçam, the Japanese Job movie became one of the most admired movies of that period. Başak is a singer at a casino and the bosses of rival casinos are after Başak. Afraid of being killed, the young singer flees abroad. Veysel is the biggest fan of the singer Başak. Veysel talks about his admiration for Başak to the Japanese scientist he hosted at his home. After returning to his homeland, the Japanese scientist sends Veysel a robot that is exactly the same as the singer Başak.

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