‘Ex Machina’ is a dark science fiction film

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From the writer of horror film 28 Days Later, Alex Garland delivers his latest, Ex Machina. It’s a dark science fiction film taking a treacherous look at the future of artificial intelligence. Film critic Dustin Chase examines whether this is a suspense thriller to see or skip as summer movie season gets into high gear.

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