okay so I liked this movie. a lot actually. how the fuck did the akward stabbing scenes make it in the final cut though?
it looked like nathan was made of butter.
Because she is a robot. She's not natural and this doesn't stab "naturally". She calculated how much force she would need to press against Nathan with the perfect angle of the knife and did not hesitate.
I like the way the stabbing happenned. It was creepier
This was an OK movie, I don't get why people love it so much though. I guess it's a novel idea if you've never seen The Outer Limits, where literally every other episode touched on this kind of shit.
>not a single one of either robot's actions is natural
except the whole movie is about how she passes for an actual human and thats how she got into that position in the first place
what could she have possibly said that wouldve been interesting or worthy of discussion?
when this movie first came out i kept seeing people asking this question and when i saw it I couldnt understand why, its irrelevant
well he didnt. robots are robots. the only thing you can accuse him off is knowingly advancing a technology that could mean the end to humainity eventually. although he should have had a better working security system that demands more than just his card
>nathan did nothing wrong
He was recklessly drunk and out of it with a stranger in his house and exceedingly dangerous, precious technology. He may not have been evil but his being a drunken mess was wrong.
well, to be fair, ava was designed using Caleb's search patterns. He's such a fucking beta that he probably looked for girl next door porn (which ava clearly resembles). If they'd taken a random person from 4chan chances are it would be a loli with a dick and anime eyes.