So far as I'm concerned, you really can't go wrong with a drama involving synthetics. There have been so many good ones, and I've even found some positive attributes I can assign to the weaker entries as well. For me, these flicks are almost as reliable as Horror fans find zombie pictures: there's always a market for one more story set within those confines, and even the cheap imitators have something to offer.
I did a quick scan of the Information Superhighway, and it does look like this one has been screening in advance for critics (typically a good sign). While I've only read two reviews, the verdict looks promising, though this one might not have the level of special effects and visual spectacle most audiences expect from Science Fiction and Fantasy releases these days. While I find that stuff a bit too overwhelming at times, I do realize you folks tend to disagree with me on that front. To each his own ...
In any event, this motion picture was hatched from James Bird. He wrote and directed it for SP Media Group. I've reached out to them via their website but not yet heard back. If I can get access to a screener, this is exactly the kind of thing I'd love to review. (Keep your fingers crossed.) It stars Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Elena Kampouris, Doron Bell, and Agam Darshi. Here's the film's plot summary as provided by IMDB.com:
"When artificial human Meredith is assigned as a companion to grieving widower William, she is designed to behave like his late wife. But in the fight to end AI exploitation, an organization attempts to sabotage her programming."
Whatever the case, I'll keep plugging away to see if I can screen this one for review purposes. Naturally, I'll let you know should I find anything positive from it.
As always, thanks for reading ... and live long and prosper!