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A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001): The Mommy Returns – Review by J. Hoberman

Fairy tales can come true. Spielberg the historian is in remission; Steven the regressive has returned, with a vengeance. An occasionally spectacular, fascinatingly schizoid, frequently ridiculous, and never less than heartfelt mishmash of Pinocchio and Oedipus, Stanley Kubrick and Creation of the Humanoids, Spiel­berg's A.I. Artificial Intelligence is less a movie than a seething psychological bonanza.

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