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Domhnall Gleeson appears in a scene from "Ex Machina," an intelligent sci-fi mystery that explores the notions of consciousness, sentience and whether "artificial" intelligence is, in fact, real. Mr. Gleeson plays Caleb, a computer coder assigned to interact with his company's latest artificial intelligence model, Ava. (Associated Press photographs)

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Ex Machina’

It’s rare to see a sci-fi film that harkens back to the genre’s origins as a literary test bed for speculation about the ways that technology might evolve — and require humans to change in the process. But that’s just what “Ex Machina” is.

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