At the beginning of The Creator a narrator describes AI-powered robots that are “more human than human.” From the movie site Looper:

It’s in reference to the novel “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?” by Philip K. Dick, which was adapted into the seminal sci-fi classic, “Blade Runner.” The phrase is used as the slogan for the Tyrell Corporation, which designs the androids that take on lives of their own. The saying perfectly encapsulates the themes of “Blade Runner” and, by proxy, “The Creator.” If a machine of sufficient intelligence is indistinguishable from humans, then shouldn’t it be considered on equal footing as humanity?

The Huffington Post calls its “the pro-AI movie we don’t need right now” — but they also praise it as “one of the most astonishing sci-fi theatrical experiences this year.” Variety notes the film was co-written and directed by Gareth Edwards (director of the 2014 version of

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