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The video you had to support your question, the sound didn't work for me... But I think the choppy dialogue that you may be referring is actually in fact being used stylistically in Hollywood films. In the trailer, it looked like the character was delivering a monologue, in a fast pace yet genuine manner. As its used in this film, it is perhaps similar to a ...


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Because they're actual names fitting the setting? It sometimes is just odd to see them translated, so you only notice their actual meaning. You might perceive them as funny, but that's just because for most modern western cultures most names lost their origin or are no longer perceived as having a deeper meaning. All cultures had (and still have) names ...


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The idea of an artificial intelligence was not out of fashion in those years. This can be seen in the several episodes of Star Trek (1966-1969) where the idea is discussed (not movies, though). There are plenty of movies in the period that have some sort of robot or computer as a central agent in the plot. It might be a little much to expect that they would ...



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