Directed by Steven Spielberg, and based on an unrealised project developed by the late Stanley Kubrick, 'A.I.' tells the story of David (Haley Joel Osment), the first lab-built artificial child capable of feeling real emotions. David is adopted by Monica and Henry Swinton (Frances O'Connor and Sam Robards), a couple whose own biological child has been placed in cryogenic suspension awaiting a cure for a currently fatal medical condition. The Swintons seems to adapt well to the new child in their lives, but when their own son is cured and sent home, it jeopardises David's position in the family and he soon finds himself all alone on a dangerous adventure in the outside world.
A.I is one of Steven Spielberg's most ambitious and problematic films, a result of trying to blend two divergent sensibilities, his and Stanley Kubrick's, but as a sci-fi, it has both thematic and visual merit. With a run time of 150 minutes the story could have been told much quicker. Overall it's good movie and can recommend wth a 7 out of 10