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Cert 15
109 mins
BBFC advice: Contains strong language, injury detail

I have seen many many movies about the creation of artificial intelligence, so I confess to having few expectations of Gavin Rothery's Archive.
But to his and his small cast's credit, both Mrs W and I were rather unexpectedly gripped.
Sure, it isn't perfect and doesn't offer much originality but it ratchets up its tension effectively and comes up with a high-quality ending.
Archive stars Theo James as George, a super-bright scientist who has set about creating an AI in the image of his deceased wife (Stacy Martin).
In the opening phases of the movie, we see how he has developed the concept, inserting personality into robots of rudimentary design.
His first version cannot speak but his second can and is capable of emotion, especially jealousy.
This becomes very evident when the third version which is much more lifelike, starts to take shape.
James does a good job of creating a character who is on the edge - insular since his bereavement and setting about his secret quest with serious gusto.
As he creates the memory banks of his creations, we see his life in flashbacks and understand how he comes to be cut off from much of the outside world.
Curiously, he still has contact with his wife after purchasing an 'archive' - 200 hours of calls to a dead person, eliciting what appear to be live responses.
This causes the green-eyed monster to stir among his robots.
Archive has quite loud echoes of Ex-Machina in that it combines 'feelings' with artificial intelligence but there is also a mystery to its storyline which demands keen attention from the audience. 
It is a neat amalgam of sci-fi and a portrait piece about bereavement and loneliness.
I quite enjoyed it and Mrs W, who is much more of a sci-fi fan, was very taken with it.

Reasons to watch: Sci-fi with a mysterious edge
Reasons to avoid: A tad repetitive

Laughs: None
Jumps: One
Vomit: None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 7/10

Did you know? 
Sophia, created by Hong Kong-based Hanson Robotics was the world’s first robot citizen and the first robot Innovation Ambassador for the United Nations Development Programme. Sophia has appeared on the Tonight Show and Good Morning Britain, in addition to speaking at hundreds of conferences around the world.

The final word. Theo James: "He (Gavin Rothery) is a massive sci-fi fan, and he really wanted to ground it in those amazing touch point sci-fi films from the 70s and 80s. Alien, those kinds of set designs, and Blade Runner. All those sci-fi films that if you love sci-fi, you love creating that - that's the essence of the script. " Screen Rant

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