Creative Control

2015

Action / Drama / Sci-Fi

9
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 63%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 61%
IMDb Rating 5.4 10 1874

Synopsis


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Cast

H. Jon Benjamin as Gary Gass
Nora Zehetner as Juliette
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1hr 37 min
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English
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1hr 37 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Andres-Camara 4 / 10

The film promised, that promised

I do not know why there is that tendency lately to revile technology. Cinema has always reviled everything that was new and now touches technology. I do not see this film as a criticism of a certain kind of people, I think it aims to criticize technology and the people who use it. The worst is that it proposes that its massive use will only be sexual.

I think it's a boring movie. Sex, drugs and alcohol are most of the time. While we live in a society with a great loss of values, I do not think it's how this movie puts it. In the end, the film manages to be basically what criticizes.

It has enough interpretations. There is none that stands out and none that is not well.

A film in black and white that contrasts with so much technology, for what? I would like the director to explain it to me. I do not think it contributes anything.

It has many visual effects, which are very simple after all. But so badly used that only gets close-ups with an effect in front.

The director does not know what is bored, what does not progress. He does not know how to put the camera. Every now and then he leaves the camera far from the action and takes you out completely.

Luckily the lot is not this

Reviewed by knutslie 1 / 10

Mediocre hipster-drama stuffed with tech-nonsense

Contains spoilers!

This movie is about a marketing guy who gets to borrow augmented reality glasses from an inventor so that his company can market them. Also, he is secretly in love with his friend's girlfriend. His guy friend is a photographer and the girl works for his company. Marketing guy lives with another girl who is a yoga teacher.

So, marketing guy starts experimenting with the augmented reality glasses and creates a digital copy of his secret crush, which ultimately leads to problems with his yoga teacher girlfriend and his photographer friend. Meh, the drama.

Technically, the movie is well made, except they forgot to filter the background noise from some of the scenes.

The dialogues between the main character's are tiresome, pretentious and boring. The character's are boring or cliché. Any attempt at satire is ruined by too serious and melodramatic tone. The augmented reality glasses side of the story is unimaginative and cliché. This tech- nonsense-drama is obviously a failed attempt at mimicking 'Her' (2013).

This movie was a complete waste of time.

Reviewed by Larry Silverstein 3 / 10

Couldn't Care About the Characters Here

There's plenty of sex, drugs, nudity, explicit language, and Augmented Reality fantasies here, but if you're looking for any characters you can care about you may very well come up empty handed. Shot in black-and- white, to be fair there is some humor and satire that emerges every so often, but it never stays on a steady enough path to sustain itself.

Benjamin Dickinson stars here as David, as he also directed the movie and co-wrote the screenplay with Micah Bloomberg, an advertising exec who wins the Augmenta account for his agency. They specialize in Augmented Reality glasses and David volunteers to try out the product so he can prepare his marketing campaign. However, he begins to find the trips into Augmented Reality much preferable to his fast crumbling personal life.

All in all, there's a few things to like here but they're outweighed by pretentious and unlikable characters, so that by the end of the movie I really didn't care what happened to any of them.

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