I’m not really one for science-fiction films. Often I find they are too epic and too big in scale that I can’t exactly connect with the characters and the narrative in which these people are on. What director Alex Garland does so well in his sci-fi/horror Ex Machina is bring all the drama small scale. 98% of the story happens in one small research facility deep in the forest. There are only four characters that inhabit the film allowing the big ideas to really work rather than have a backdrop of some multi billion conglomeration.
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