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Addresses a topic of worldwide concern with... lively curiosity.
Eventually Killer Robots dissolves into pure silliness.
...The Truth About Killer Robots feels more like the rantings of a recluse in a tinfoil hat than a chilling warning from an informed expert.
The film's ambiguousness and excellent expounding of its vivid futurist subject matter make it one of the more essential entries into the discussion over artificial intelligence.
Killer feels lurid, thanks to creepy music and editing. That betrays and trivializes some serious issues.
A documentary you need to see, even if it scares you
Pozdorovkin expertly curates stories, philosophies, and dangers into a narrative that explains how Skynet should never have been our greatest fear. It's always been ourselves.
Killer Robots is both spooky and fascinating, at least when the short film is not repeating itself.
Homo sapiens as we have heretofore known it is going the way of the dodo.
The Truth About Killer Robots is thinner in its content and less focused in its thesis than I'd hoped for.
When you're ready to dismiss the movie as toothless and gimmicky, The Truth About Killer Robots looks at actual killer robots...those segments are truly disquieting.
Killer Robots is essentially a film of style over substance. It has a look, it has emotional overtones (mainly that of a fear of technology), but it never dives too deeply into its subjects.
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