Archive (2020) 1080p

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Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 5.1  
Run Time:
109 min
IMDB Rating:
6 / 10 
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Directors: Gavin Rothery [Director] ,

Movie Description:
2038: George Almore is working on a true human-equivalent AI. His latest prototype is almost ready. This sensitive phase is also the riskiest. Especially as he has a goal that must be hidden at all costs: being reunited with his dead wife.


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Slow and Overrated by the Bots

Not only was this film slow to the point that you could use it as a sleep aid, but the only "twists" that the overrated reviews talk of are actually just the ending which was predictable. What a waste of time and film.

Impressive production design and an unexpected climactic twist save an otherwise predictable sci-fi drama! [+61%]

Not quite in the league of sci-fi brilliance as Ex-Machina or Blade Runner 2049, Archive has an interesting (yet familiar) premise that features humans and artificial intelligence. George, an A.I. scientist, is trying to upload his dead wife's conscience into one of his brilliant android creations. In the process, he has created two prototypes - a bulky one with the intelligence of a toddler, and another smaller, leaner version with the brains of a teenager. Both the prototypes (treated as sisters) develop a connection with their creator. George, however, wants to build a 3rd and final prototype which has the potential to perfectly carry his wife's sensibilities and demeanor.

The story gets a little dramatic in the middle portions, with one of the prototypes feeling jealous of her creator's newfound enticement with his latest, brainiest android. There's also the evil corporate angle which only drives the film faster towards its finale, but what catches you off-guard is that incredible last-minute twist. It leaves the door open for repeat viewings and multiple interpretations. Since Archive takes the predictable route to get to this cracker of a twist, it doesn't get a rating more than what's currently assigned.

Theo James is ideally cast as George; to think this is a film that's primarily about a human living in an isolated lab with 3 robots, James pulls off the stoicism quite well. His relaxed self in those flashback sequences with his wife proved to be an informal breather in an otherwise sober film. The production design and special effects certainly deserve applause.


So.. this is the sort of 'Sci-Fi' move that makes stupid people feel smart.. or something. People actually gave this 9 and 10 stars. Without irony.Anyhow.. terribly slow and plodding. Utterly disjointed and not at all believable even within the sci-fi genre. Shamefully silly premise and story-line. Tries so hard to be melodramatic yet its emotionally hollow and empty. Vapid, sterile garbage. Oh, and the 'surprise' ending is just adds insult to injury. There are so many good indy sci-fi films.. why waste time on an awful one?Few things disappoint me more than people who think awful movies are great. 10 STARS? REALLY?!?
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