Netflix viewers have been reduced to tears after watching Chloe Grace Moretz and Euphoria star Algee Smith star in Mother/Android as a couple on the run when thousands of evil robots turn against their human owners.
Watch the trailer below:
The film begins on Christmas Eve when Georgia Olsen (Moretz) discovers she’s pregnant with her boyfriend Sam Hoth’s (Smith) child. She’s not ready to become a mum and she’s unsure about her relationship.
At a Christmas party Georgia attends, people notice loud screeching noise and soon after, an android serving the attendees becomes violent. The film is set in the near future when androids are used as everyday servants for humans.
Now, the androids are rebelling which leads to a war as artificial intelligence seeks control.
After seeking refuge in a forest, the couple hatch a plan to travel to Boston where they have heard rumours about a boat transporting new mums to Asia. But to get to Boston, they must cross a no-man's land filled with androids seeking revenge.
Georgia and Sam must go on the run and try to escape the country, while coming to terms with the arrival of their first child, before it’s too late.
Viewers took to Twitter to reflect on the emotional adventure film, with fans revealing it left them in tears.
One viewer gave their initial take on the film, writing: "When I heard what this movie was about, I was PUMPED to see a kickass movie about surviving amongst killer bots… and not sob uncontrollably… damn."
Another viewer shared: "bro Mother/Android HURTS this sh*t has me SOBBING AND CLUTCHING MY HEART."
A third viewer said they "cried buckets".
One Netflix viewer warned: "Don’t watch mother android on Netflix. Guaranteed you gon cry."
While someone else said: "I’m utterly heartbroken. Nobody talk to me for the rest of the week."
Mother/Android is available to watch on Netflix in the UK and Hulu in the US.
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