The film had been released on Hulu and went unnoticed, but thanks to its arrival on Netflix it was among the most viewed. We tell you what this science fiction story is about.
Are you thinking what to watch tonight? The catalogs of platforms such as Netflix Y HBO Max they are usually so extensive that sometimes it is difficult to decide which movie or series to start watching. Therefore, we will give you some advice, based on what is already clearly a worldwide success. Mother/Android was positioned in the top 10 views of more than 90 countries and, although it has not yet surpassed Dont’ Look Up, is already a sensation among movie lovers.
Around 30 million hours of playback accumulates this film that was released in December in the United States through Hulubut that went completely unnoticed. The N had to appear to give space and arrival to the tape directed by Mattson Tomlin, with Chloë Grace Moretz as a leading figure and the performances of Algee Smith, Raúl Castillo, Oscar Wahlbert y Stephen Thorne. The film lasts just under two hours and falls within the science fiction genre.
Mother/Android is an apocalyptic movie that shows Georgia, a young woman who discovers that she is pregnant. As it is Christmas, he decides to visit some friends who are having a party and there he comes across an android that is damaged and speaks incoherently. Of course, this will only be a preview of what is to come: the end of the world. Time later, Georgia must be a mother in what was left of the Earth, after all the machines exploded. For Tomlin is the first feature film as a director although he had already worked with Netflix in a movie like Project Power, with Denzel Washington as the lead, which got a lot of hype and could get a sequel.
In Rotten Tomatoes, Mother/Android it has only 30% according to critics. “It lacks emotion and even elicits unexpected laughs in what are supposed to be its heartwarming moments”, aseugró Randy Myers de San Jose Mercury News, While for Dennis Harvey “it is well built and has resources within its limits”. both in Espinof like in Los Angeles Times they only have reviews for fiction. In the first they talk about “it develops in a very unsatisfactory way”, and in the second point out that “the journey fails to capture the imagination”.
The android movie you shouldn’t miss on Netflix
Science fiction has several movies that talk about artificial intelligence and worlds destroyed by the obsession of some scientists to develop machines that think for themselves. You can talk about Terminator o de I robot, to mention a few cases. In Netflix have another great exponent of the genre, the incredible Ex Machina from Alex Garland, which centers around a programmer named Caleb who wins a competition and gets to meet the mysterious owner of the company he works for. There, he will meet a robot that was created by him, with whom he will soon establish a relationship.