Autómata it is such a good film, even better than I had anticipated based on just seeing the trailer previously. It has all the vibes from other similar movies that deal with the subject of roboting up a post-apocalyptic society for sheer convenience, but it stands on its own. Some good and thoughtful ideas were incorporated into the robots themselves, which is great to see because that's what makes a difference between serious movies of that sort and stupid wannabe blockbusters.
It's good food for thought as to where our continual advancements in technology may take us. Like, what if technology overtakes us to the point where artificially intelligent machines don't need humans anymore at all to tend to themselves, their own ideas and reproduction?