AI Love You Review: Mario Maurer, Pimchanok Luevisadpaibul Starrer Evaluates Technology Versus Love

AI Love You marks the directorial debut of Thai-French actor and filmmaker David Asavanond and, also has writer-creator Stephan Zlotescu associated with the project. Also known as Laser Candy, this Netflix film is written by Rattapong Pinyosopon. Starring Mario Maurer and Pimchanok Luevisadpaibul as Bobby/Dob and Lana, respectively in the main roles, this film marks the reunion of the duo after an entire decade, as they were last seen in the 2010 romantic comedy Crazy Little Thing Called Love. The other cast members include Sahajak Boonthanakit, David Asavanond, Michael New, Supakyada Kalayanamit and James Laver.

The film is a mix of science fiction and romance, much like the 2013 film Her and has audio and subtitles both in English and Japanese. The total runtime of the film is 1 hour 35 minutes.

– Netflix’s AI Love You Review Does Not Contain Spoilers –

AI Love You: Win Her Heart Right!

The world of cinema has evolved over the years with the inclusion of the Artificial Intelligence aka AI plotline. From Her to Blade Runner 2049, all these films have shown a romantic turn of events when it comes to a relationship between an AI and a human. However, more than the romance, the tragedy of the situations and instances are what is focused on more in these films. But, Netflix’s AI Love You takes a different turn to actually depict the romance between the two.

The film stars with Pimchanok Luevisadpaibul’s Lana trying to bag herself a big deal. With the help of the AI system named Dob, she is able to successfully make the required presentation for the client with Dob’s help. During this instance, we see Dob and Lana get closer and, the AI accidentally says, ‘I Love You’. Irrespective of Lana feeling the same way and, even though her life is filled with misogynistic dates that are never successful, she denies her feelings and rejects the proposal.

While this tragic love story continues, we see the entry of Bob, who is visiting Lana to have a look at the AI due to its malfunctioning when he discovers the AI is filled with videos of Lana and, that it has developed feelings for her. But, when Bob threatens to delete all the files, the AI downloads itself to Bob’s body and, embarks on a journey to win Lana’s heart. What stands at the end of the story is for the viewers to find out by streaming the film on Netflix.

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The premise of the film is pretty predictable and generic. However, it is the chemistry between Mario Maurer and Pimchanok Luevisadpaibul that keeps us glued to our screens. The actors are absolutely adorable and, almost make the viewers nostalgic about them pairing up after almost a decade.

AI Love You: Final Verdict

Overall, AI Love You tackles the concept of love, emotions and, technological advances beautifully without making it too deep and, time-consuming. With its own set of villains and tragedy of if a human could ever love artificial intelligence and, vice versa, the actors give a great performance with lovable characters that grow on you. For people who are looking for a quick watch this Valentine’s Day week or else wise, this film is your perfect cup of tea.

You can watch the film AI Love You now on Netflix. To read more details about the film, click here.

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AI Love You gives you a sweet taste of love, happiness and, evaluates technology at its core.

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