IMDb Rating 7.8

The Mitchells vs. the Machines is a 2021 American computer-animated sci-fi comedy film directed by Mike Rianda. This film Produced by Phil Lord Christopher Miller, Kurt Albrecht and Written by Mike Rianda, Jeff Rowe.

This film starring Conan O’Brien, Blake Griffin, Chrissy Teigen, John Legend, Beck Bennett, Fred Armisen, Olivia Colman, Eric Andre, Maya Rudolph, Danny McBride and Abbi Jacobson in the leading roles.

The Mitchells vs. the Machines movie music composed by Mark Mothersbaugh and Edited work done by Greg Levitan. This film movie Distributed by Netflix and released on April 23, 2021.

The Mitchells vs. the Machines Movie Story Line

Teenager Katie Mitchell embarks on a road trip with her proud parents. Younger brother and beloved dog to start her freshman year of film school. But their plans to reunite as a family are soon disrupted. When the world’s electronics come alive to cause a riot. With the help of two friendly robots, the Mitchell’s must now work together to save each other and save the planet from a new technological revolution.

The world can be a scary and stigmatized place, and I don’t want to recreate that environment at home. To achieve this, I think it’s important to avoid guesswork. But also to show loving people and families of all kinds.

Being able to see a different family and different people represented in the family fun is the help I desperately need as a parent. All forms of representation are important. From queer canonical representations to positive representations of blacks. Indigenous peoples, and people of all colors.

Previously called “Connected”, this Sony Pictures animation project fell victim to the pandemic. Scheduled for release last fall, and its title was changed to King of the Streamers. Directed by Michael Rianda and written by Rianda and Jeff Rowe.

“The Mitchells vs. The Machines” is a Phil Lord and Chris Miller production inspired by “The Lego Movie” and ” Spider-Man: Into the Spider Verse“. Like the first, it’s full of jokes and jokes with a very stylish visual flight at one point, and it takes a few iterations to catch them all.

Abbi Jacobson and Danny McBride in The Mitchells vs. the Machines Movie

Artificial intelligence has been in the industry for a number of years, including for shows predicting the box office. Suggesting which movies to go green, and even analyzing scripts. Early experiments with fully AI-generated scenarios yielded diabolical results (see Oscar Sharp’s Sunspring and Zone Out), but machines are learning.

It may take a while for the AI ​​to come up with something as sleek and clever as The Mitchells vs. the Machines. But isn’t a movie that makes fun of social media and draws viewers to more screen time exactly what AI could write? Maybe the Netflix algorithm is on the air.

Meanwhile, in Silicon Valley we have also seen the introduction of new technology, reminiscent of the introduction of Apple. Things don’t go as planned when tech entrepreneur Mark Bowman (Eric Andre) finds a sleek new robot.

The powerful PAL artificial intelligence engine decides to capture humans and launch them into space in a capsule with Wi-Fi. Evil PAL voiced by Olivia Colman, who very talented, charming and funny. His words and tone are full of sarcasm, and his dialogues about humanity and his over-reliance on mobile phones remind you of the present.