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The movie's subtitle says it all: An Animated Conversation with Noam Chomsky.

Parasitic alien creatures possess the minds of humans. But one alien forms a strange relationship with its host, and they attempt to liberate other humans.

Documentary about Ray Kurzweil and the Singularity, a point when technology will be changing so rapidly that we'll have to enhance ourselves with AI to keep up.

An origin story set in present day San Francisco, where man's own experiments with genetic engineering lead to the development of higher intelligence in apes.

A man who steals corporate secrets from people's minds while they dream is given one last job: plant an idea in someone's mind.

Tron: Legacy
Tron: Legacy (2010)
A: 2.2 Q: 3.7 R: 3.1

Although not as groundbreaking as the original "Tron," CLU and the ISOs in this sequel continue to be great examples for AI and computational neuroscience.

Cold Souls
Cold Souls (2009)
A: 0.0 Q: 3.7 R: 3.7

A machine is invented to extract one's soul. Hoping to improve his performance, an actor uses this service, but then wants it back, and goes soul searching.

Moon (2009)
A: 4.1 Q: 4.7 R: 4.4

In total isolation, a man performs a 3-year work contract on the moon with a strangely life-like, and yet terribly un-life-like robot assistant.

A mysterious condition systematically shuts down an artist's autonomic functions, as he steadily blurs the line between reality and the world of his play.

The film delves into the psychology of the main casts whilst exploring other deeper themes.

A surrealistic depiction of a man's confusion between dreams and reality, as he tries to win a woman's heart.

After a mortal accident, in the last seconds of his life, a boy "dreams" about himself, his life and his lover in a surrealistic expansion of space, time, logic

Revolver (2005)
A: 4.3 Q: 4.7 R: 4.5

A fast-paced complex crime thriller that focuses on personal identity and asks the questions: Am I my mind? Is my ego me? Who is in control?

An outrageously deceptive, wacky, untrue, and unethical view of cognition and mental disorders.

Dopamine (2003)
A: 4.0 Q: 4.1 R: 4.0

The physiology of love.

Waking Life
Waking Life (2001)
A: 4.0 Q: 4.0 R: 4.3

Which is more real: our experiences or our dreams?

A man tries to reconcile his experiences in multiple phenomenal worlds.

Bicentennial Man
Bicentennial Man (1999)
A: 3.3 Q: 3.9 R: 3.5

A robot purchased for household chores discovers what it is to be human.

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