Game Over: Kasparov and the Machine

Game Over: Kasparov and the Machine

Garry Kasparov is possibly the greatest chess player who has ever lived. In 1997, he played a match against the greatest chess computer: IBM's Deep Blue. He lost. This film depicts the drama that happened away from the chess board from Kasparov's perspective. It explores the psychological aspects of the game and the paranoia surrounding IBM's ultimate chess machine.

Garry Kasparov is arguably the greatest chess player who has ever lived. In 1997 he played a chess match against IBM's computer Deep Blue. Kasparov lost the match. This film shows the match... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Gareth B (gb) wrote: One of the main reasons why 2004 was such a diabolical year for Australian cinema. This wasn't funny in the slightest and the attempts made to try and add humor were just pathetic.

Judy H (gb) wrote: It really is twisted!!

Orlok W (nl) wrote: Unusual, wild, kinky...and yet a little disappointing--A wonderful mess!!

Sabra E (ru) wrote: In the late 1970s, director Werner Herzog set out to make his twenty-fourth film, Fitzcarraldo, on the rivers of the Amazon in northern Peru. The project took over four years to complete due to hardships involving actors backing out, film crew mutiny, worn patience with indigenous people native to the area, and the jungle essentially winning over manmade technology. It was cute, seeing Herzog stressed out and very serious about his project, and towards the end his tangents were dramatic and adorable including statements like, "the birds don't sing but only shriek in pain" and others which made me want to say: Oh Werner. Even neck-deep in challenges that lead to dreams that fuel an artistic vision, he's as cool as a kumquat, sub-zero, no doubt.

Rick C (gb) wrote: "Crush your enemies. See them driven before you. Hear the lamentations of their women." Enough said.

Francisco S (mx) wrote: This original and creative movie, has a clever plot, it shows great performances by Freddie Highmore and Johny Depp, and have a strong and smart argument.

Amanda L (it) wrote: This intelligent thriller kept me on edge as the characters journey through the horrors of recovering from amnesia while simultaneously discovering they are in the midst of a zombie apocalypse. Creative zombie action escalates throughout the story, but the jump scares are anything but cheap. The plot twists and turns for a full 1 hour 42 minutes, from the gruesome opening to the mind-wrenching final scene. This is a horror movie you can and should give your full attention. If you ever wished there was a mashup of Memento and Walking Dead, here it is.

Nasu N (mx) wrote: At this point, we all know that Transformers is going to suck within each new release, but I guess if it remains successful with making money, then they are going to continue with this dragging, cliched, dull, and did I mention painfully dragging???? Age of Extinction manages to bring action with no substance, but it doesn't even feel fun anymore, even an action film with no substance can still be thrown off as a fun popcorn film, this one does nothing like that for me at all.

Mike B (de) wrote: Sometimes a film is unfairly maligned. This is not one of those times. Truly unredeemable; that Howard the Duck serves only as a permanent insult to anyone who ever moved to LA with a dream.