Aurora Official Trailer #1 (2015) – Romantic Sci-Fi Thriller HD



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Aurora Official Trailer #1 (2015) – Romantic Sci-Fi Thriller HD

In 2020 super-computer Kronos concludes that human beings are the biggest threat to the planet. 60 years later, Andrew finds himself lost in a world run by machines when he meets Calia, a girl on the way to a place called Aurora.

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20 Responses

  1. Jack Bailey

    "In 2020 a super-computer named Kronos concludes that" — give me a break. It's 2015 and we have a hard enough time with Wi-Fi, frozen screens, and dropped calls.

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  2. zzrog

    GlaDOS how did you get into another movie trailer. Get back to get back to aperture you nutty Genetic Lifeform and Disk OperatingSystem.

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  3. Patrick Staight

    This movie looks terrible.
    I for one am not afraid of technology and I think a movie about robots wiping out humankind is quite antiquated. I think robots could have souls, particularly robots with quantum computer brinas. I look forward to a future where the world is populated by clones, cyborgs and robots living side by side.

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  4. charles jurgus

    Hack Hollywood BS. "Hack" in the true sense of the word… that is, half-assed and blindly, ineptly trying to mimic what has come before using the same techniques and formulas. Hack! A thin story hodge-podged together from gleaned ill conceived societal insecurities as a vehicle for special effects, chase scenes, explosions, sex and violence. Bread and circus as popcorn and multiplex… and everyone running their gerbil wheels at full bore. Not even a visit from the Pope could bring meaning to such rampant senselessness. The shriveled heart of Hollywood beats in Vegas massaged by prostitutes who are lubricated with cash.

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