Mother/Android is coming to Hulu and it is disturbing as the horrors of this thriller is more grounded than a zombie apocalypse. Georgia (Chloë Grace Moretz) and her boyfriend, Sam(Algee Smith) are having a baby. It is Moret’s first pregnant role as she had been playing teen roles for a long time.
They will have to endure a dangerous journey to escape their home country. Her country got invaded by Androids who wanted to kill humans. She is pregnant with her first child and she will take the risk to face danger just to escape a world that is at war with Artificial intelligence. Georgia wanted her son to be born in a world without danger and she have to face various vulnerable situations to do that.
Mother/Android reminds me of Terminator with a bit of Bird Box, A World’s end, and the Netflix film, Mother. The development and growth of artificial intelligence is something exciting and terrifying at the same time. This film is the worst-case scenario portrayal of such an event. Terminator had explored this theme before but not in the middle of the invasion. We only get to see the early uprising and aftermath. This one is the middle ground that shows the full nightmare.
To make this movie hit close to home before you watch it, here are some developments in the world of A.I and robotics. The villains of the Mother/Android movie are robotic humanoids to look exactly like humans. Seven years ago, A realistic humanoid Android had been created.
Five years ago, Android Sophia gained Saudi Arabian citizenship. She also joked that she will destroy Humanity. Something the robots in Mother/Android want to do. Last year, she also learned how to do Captcha.
The US Military is currently developing robot dogs with riffles attached on their backs as a Weapon! Mother/Android is coming to Hulu this December 17, 2021.
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