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Johnny Depp is an idealistic researcher whose consciousness is uploaded into an artificial intelligence in this slick techno-thriller with delusions of seriousness from Christopher Nolan’s cinematographer.“They say there’s power in Boston,” intones Paul Bettany at the start of the disappointing Transcendence, the camera panning over scenes of post-technological devastation: street lights dead, keyboards being used for doorstops. The film soon jumps back to five years earlier, setting up its conflict between hubristic technophiles and neo-Luddites which the film tries to structure a coherent story out of.

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But as idea-popping as that fight has the potential to be, it’s hard not to wish that the film had stayed with that opening scene, in a world struggling to adapt to more primitive times. At the very least, it would have been something we hadn’t seen before.In the flashback, Johnny Depp plays artificial-intelligence guru Will Caster, the kind with carefully messy hair who gets his picture on the cover of Wired and has groupies. Will is trying to create an overarching Gaia-like sentient computer.(Watch Transcendence Online) A computer-utopian, he wants to allow humanity to leap over the “limits of biology” with the help of his nearly conscious, vast computing network called PINN. His wife Evelyn (Rebecca Hall) and their best friend Max Waters (Paul Bettany) are almost as enamored of Will’s dream as he is. After a network of anti-tech terrorists destroy most of the country’s advanced AI research facilities and leave Will with a critical gunshot wound, that dream looks in tatters.

Transcendence’s Frankenstein twist is that when it seems like Will’s wound is going to be mortal, Evelyn and Max debate whether or not to do the unthinkable: uploading Will’s consciousness into PINN so that he can achieve immortality. Fellow researcher Joseph Tagger (Morgan Freeman) and a skeptical FBI agent (Cillian Murphy) aren’t too crazy about the idea, for obvious reasons, and want to shut it down. It’s a “We can save him” devil’s bargain rife with moral implications that will be familiar to any viewers with even remote knowledge of science fiction or comics.(Watch Transcendence Online) Harder to swallow, as is often the case, are the great big mouthfuls of invented pseudo-scientific argle-bargle that Evelyn and Max throw at each other while racing the clock to get Will’s every thought into the machine. The idea that brain scans can be uploaded en masse to create a speaking, sentient being would bring most researchers in the field to their knees in laughter—but then, if they were consulted, what science fiction would we be left with?

Transcendence strains to create the kind of brainy science-fiction adventure that Christopher Nolan pulled off in the more phantasmagoric and lyrical Inception. First-time director Wally Pfister is Nolan’s longtime cinematographer. This film not surprisingly has some of that clean and machine-tooled aesthetic Nolan uses to deliver his intricately knotted stories. But this screenplay from Jack Paglen (another first-timer) doesn’t have as much going on behind the scenes. As a result, it ends up skirting close to being a bigger-budgeted and better-cast version of Tron,(Watch Transcendence Online) Lawnmower Man, or any of a clutch of other hammy 1980s and ’90s cyber-flicks in which man merges with machine. At the very least, Paglen tries to keep open the possibility that digitized Will might not instantly turn into a rampaging Skynet-like presence intent on eradicating humanity. Because of its occasional stabs at originality, and its creation of a palpable romantic frisson between Depp and Hall, Transcendence occasionally transcends some of its more rote plot turns. There’s a real love story threaded lightly through the ooh-and-aah effects and man-versus-machine showdown, even if it’s partly silicon-based.

In spite of its many assorted plot-holes, “Transcendence” is a captivating sci-fi movie, thanks to strong performances by a stable of reliable actors. Another key to the experience is a romantic hook at the heart of its high-concept trappings. This visually stunning movie is the work of cinematographer-turned-director Wally Pfister, whose estimable efforts on such big spectacle action movies as Christopher Nolan’s “The Dark Knight” and “Inception” firmed up his credentials.(Watch Transcendence Online) Artificial intelligence is the name of this game. Will Caster (Johnny Depp) is an unrivaled genius at the science of creating thinking-computers. He’s trying to create a complex computer system that possesses “sentience and collective intelligence.” Will dreams of uploading a machine with “a full range of human emotion,” and an “analytical power greater than the collected intelligence of every person born in the history of the world.” What could go wrong?Will’s romantically loyal wife and A.I. researcher partner, Evelyn (Rebecca Hall) is even more ambitious than her husband in their controversial attempt to put God in the machine.

(Watch Transcendence Online) Doesn’t man always play God? Their co-researcher Max (Paul Bettany) has ethical doubts, but goes along for the ride, though only to a point. Max has smallish ambitions for the project. He wants to cure cancer, and save lives. Yawn.An assassination attempt by a Luddite activist/terrorist group known as “RIFT” (Revolutionary Independence From Technology), at a conference where Will is the keynote speaker, puts him at death’s doorstep. The suicidal assassin goes so far as to spike his bullets with polonium,(Watch Transcendence Online) the same radioactive element used to kill KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko and possibly Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat. Spoiler alert: the only way to “save” Will is to upload his brain to a mammoth computer system ostensibly capable of controlling, well, everything on the planet and beyond.Voilà, Will’s “transcendence” occurs. The all-seeing and all-knowing machine-man inhabits a universe of nanotechnology-assisted existence that breeds exponentially though the Earth’s molecules. Air and dust particles belong to Will.

(Watch Transcendence Online) The Will-machine has the ability to restore sight to the blind and heal the critically injured. Amass enormous wealth overnight — check. End all war — probably. Cure global warming — possible. Again: what could go wrong?At Will’s behest, Evelyn sets up shop for the mammoth computer in a remote and impoverished California town. In an echo of the NSA's massive data farm in Utah, she hires Martin (Clifton Collins Jr.), a local contractor, to manage the building of a massive solar-power farm to run the mega-computer system kept five stories underground.(Watch Transcendence Online) Sadly, the story runs aground in every direction it turns. Cillian Murphy has the thankless role of Federal Agent Buchanan, who is in charge of destroying Will’s fast-evolving machine that would — based on the information provided — already be able to defeat any army of any size before it began to mobilize. The skeleton crew military troop that Buchanan assembles to bring down the machine is laughable for its tiny scale.

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“Transcendence” nonetheless keeps you intrigued for its misleading plotline, which wins the audience over to the machine’s side before reneging on the gambit. It provokes the audience to hypothesize on questions such as the potential power of the NSA to transmogrify into an A.I. machine capable of untold deeds,(Watch Transcendence Online In HD) good, bad and ugly. Here is one of the first sci-fi movies in a long time to get out in front of where modern technology already stands. It sets the stage for other forward-thinking films to come (see the forthcoming “Lucy” in which Scarlett Johansson’s character becomes an omni-intelligent human being). Artificial intelligence is imminent. The question is, whose or what's ends will it serve?

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