Mechanical Love

Mechanical Love

"Mechanical Love" is a documentary on the interrelationship between robots and humans. The film portrays people who have a close relationship with a robot, and it takes us from the high temple of robot technology, Tokyo, Japan, to Braunschweig, Germany, to Italy and back to Copenhagen, Denmark. By this world tour director Phie Ambo seeks to highlight the human need for love and our craving to be loved by others - perhaps the two most important aspects of life. Through the main characters, she examines the cultural differences in how we accept emotional robots in the East and the West.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:79 minutes
  • Release:2007
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:japan,   android,   algeria,  

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Hirad A (gb) wrote: after couple of months I saw a movie two times without any pause and tired.The Cinematography is great, The Editing is wonderful and Hamed Behdad is glorious in the movie.

Max N (ca) wrote: Familiar story and sometimes moves a bit slow but a great performance by Bridges makes this one to remember

Gary (ag) wrote: awsome stoner movie,funny as hell. a def must see if u're a stoner movie fan

Guillaume H (br) wrote: The story and script are really not bad. The reason it's so hated is the characters; actors are directed to do the stupidest things and react in cheesy ways, often pure stereotype (and yes, sometimes its plain bad acting). Apart from these aggravating facts, the story has a good structure, including the micro flash forwards that got me invested. It has good momentum, propulsive shifts and some surprising creativity, having fun with the existing mythology. So i may be one of the 0.1% but i enjoy this movie

Marthe d (ca) wrote: Adorable and so much fun! Still into the silly jokes after all these years, except now I actually recognize the non-Muppet actors -- which makes it even better :-)

Lewis C (it) wrote: "Alone, he'll only pick us off one at a time. The three of us outnumber him."There are two kinds of horrible acting. There's the kind that makes a movie painful to watch, and there's the kind that makes a movie hilariously entertaining. Slave Girls from Infinity fits into the later category. It's an example of the very cheapest, lowest budget B-movies, and half of the fun comes from how awful these "actors" are.The other half comes from seeing the half-naked slave girls running around jungles in bikinis and lingerie. The story is a half-hearted riff on "The Most Dangerous Game", featuring our two slave girls escaping from a slave starship and landing on a planet where their rescuer is eventually revealed to be an evil (as well as campy and flamboyant) killer. And there's two utterly useless (and occasionally pervy) androids. And mutant. And a zombie. And a "Phantom Zone". And the most hilariously random, awkward, ad impromptu love scene I've ever seen in a movie.The dialogue is beyond terrible, the sets are reused over and over, and the inside of the spaceships and special effects wouldn't look out of place in a middle school play in 1982. Needless to say, camp value is through the roof. It's also the ONLY reason to watch this. If you like a good bad movie, you're in luck.

Christopher S (nl) wrote: A fascinating social document of black counterculture in the 1970s. The fast pacing and gritty, on-location shooting gives the film a raw energy, though it does seem to be more interested in getting across political ideologies than developing convincing characters.

Dan P (us) wrote: An intelligent script, action scenes are lacking in realism, however this can be forgiven due to the films age. A good WW2 submarine movie propelled by Clark Gable.

James W (it) wrote: Better than I expected. I saw this film which is based on Bill O'Reilly and Martin Duggard's book. I am not a huge Bill O'Rielly fan. Overall, it was a good production with good acting by Lebanese actor Hiam Sleiman as Jesus. Most of the actors in top form. The script was more interested in the politics of Jesus' day and how he was perceived as a threat to the power of the elites, both Jewish and Roman. There was a feel authenticity that was good. On the downside there could have been more on the miracles of Jesus, his teachings particularly the parables. Also, where was Barabbas or Simon of Cyrene? The Resurrection sequence was weak too. The strongest part was Jesus being open to the outcasts of society, whether they were lepers, tax collectors, or the woman caught in adultery.

Don S (ru) wrote: This made so little sense my head was pounding by the end. I like the three stars but their talents were wasted here. The insipid dialogue, the "stylish" camera work, and the confusing "metaphysical" story line combined into a long mess of a movie. Why was McGregor wearing high waters throughout? Watts did look good though.

Chad S (de) wrote: Very interesting and disturbing.