Another human that also lives on Earth. Go figure.
Ah, yes. Another "robot equals bad" story. At least do something different with the themes discussed. It's so generic, let alone how awful the old lady's facial animations are. I don't care if it was intentional or not; it looks disgusting and it's extremely distracting.
It's films like Christopher Nolan's that really show how creative action can be within a film and its story. The insightful thing about it is that a vast majority of it is in the editing, and its choices of reversing footage; no visual effects needed. What comes out is quite an intertwining narrative that feels tense and thoroughly engaging, furthermore proving the director's worthy reputation of crafting mind blowing, yet emotionally resonant stories.
Also, Ludwig Gorannson's score on this is superb.