There was a lot more filler than there was substance, and although slow paced, thankfully, the 89 min runtime flew by. Sadly though, this predictable thriller was pretty much thrill-less. Zoe Kravitz's performance was spot on, but that's pretty much it. Even the gangster types were pretty lame and boring. Nevertheless, a decent one time watch. It's a generous 6/10 from me. Kimi, post this review.
Action / Crime / Drama / Thriller
Action / Crime / Drama / Thriller
During the COVID-19 pandemic in Seattle, an agoraphobic tech worker discovers evidence of a violent crime while reviewing a data stream, and is met with resistance and bureaucracy when she tries reporting it to her company. To get involved, she realizes she must face her greatest fear by venturing out of her apartment and into the city streets, which are filled with protestors after the city council passes a law restricting the movements of the homeless population.
February 13, 2022 at 11:43 AM
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Nothing extraordinary, but still a quaint low budget thriller.
Movie-breaking plot hole
This is a competently-made movie with a semi-interesting story and another captivating performance by Zoe Kravitz. I enjoyed the OCD/agoraphobia aspects as I can relate.
Unfortunately there are a bunch of dumb parts as well as open threads that lead to nowhere. Social commentary and deeper meanings aren't explored, they're just mentioned and forgotten. But the most unforgivable aspect is a gaping plot hole that would have ended the conflict as soon as it began. Call the cops. Movie over.
I tried ignoring it for a while. I figured they would make up an excuse like the cops being involved. It would be lazy, but at least it would be addressed. But there is not an inkling of a reason for why she doesn't call the cops at any point during the danger. Writers/directors, please do better. (1 viewing, 3/12/2022)
Nothing redeeming about this
Another "don't waste your time watching" movie. Spoilers included.
This movie is a hodgepodge of nonsense. Did Soderbergh run out of ideas and just decide to sample subjects from other films. There's a subtle hint to The Net with the name Angela and her working from home in the IT field, and that she'd stumbled onto a crime and someone goes after her. There was some intermittent Rear Window hints, but that didn't go anywhere. It's just one puzzle with pieces from several others all jammed in together.
Zoë Kravitz is a very pretty young woman, but that's it as far as this movie is concerned. She was really awkward and looked stoned or just fu^#ing bored out of her mind, pretty much throughout the whole movie. Her character was an awful human being so I'm surprised she thought enough to investigate and report the crime. She treated her booty call like a dog, and her disability is no excuse to be that shi&&y to anyone. I almost thought that he would be in on the craziness because what other purpose would he had served? He was a character that could have been erased. Kevin was a character that could have been erased. He was only there to acknowledge that because of her agoraphobia, her being outside raised alarms. That's it. Instead he was made to look like a stalker with no acceptable excuse for knowing her name, sitting there bleeding out on her couch. I thought he was in on it as well since that was such a lame excuse, but here we are with another bad plot with bad dialogue.
Acting was obviously not a prerequisite to gain a role in the film, as was proven when Robin Givens' smugly mug showed up on the screen. The rest of the cast was lame, even Rita Wilson.
During the action scenes, everything seemed so amateurish. The tour of the city that she took to get to the FBI office was idiotic. If this character existed, how in the world would she have figured out where their offices were in the first place? Why did she even leave her house in the first place to report the crime and not call the FBI herself? And what bugged me the entire time even though it was a small thing: Why was her living room window open all the time?
I liked this movie, very watchable.
Well worth a watch, no academy awards going to be given but better than most movies being put out at the moment.
Zoe Kravitz really doesn't think it's cool to smile.
WTF. Skip this shyt.
I could make it only to first 20 minutes. Booooring......
Brilliant film, loved it. Love the tears of the incels on this comment section too! Good times.
There is an insane amount of incels, neckbeards and butt-hurt frat boys commenting on this site. May you all find peace in your lives because you seriously need help.
i gave it a watch and not really good this is a one time watch movie there's a couple funny scenes but that doesn't mean the movie is successful idon't recommend it . there's alot of options out there so skip it please
The synopsis makes me think they took Rear Window and put a today spin on it.
Going for it, wish me luck, lads ????????
of course the lead female character was assaulted. of course she was "victim blamed". of course she witness a brutal crime against another woman. when are REAL movies about the criminals that are women going to drop???
This synopsis makes me not want to watch this... And by the comments, it's not worth the download.
damn this comment section :/
Don't waste your time and unlimited broadband internet on downloading this movie.
stinky black guy does white woman, boring
A big waste of time!!
movie sucks big time
I don't comment on movies that much but this movie wasn't good as I expected not worst! 4.9/10
catwoman is nude in this movie
She has blue hair. You know who else has blue hair? OLD PEOPLE. This is the NET, meets COPYCAT.
Watched it, not bad. kravitz does a good job playing a weirdo.
But does the carpet match the drapes? Blue vagene...oh man, I am touching myself just thinking about it.
jelek ga sih??
If she's agoraphobic, then who is she dying her hair for?
In the trailer, her first interaction with a male and she responds to a compliment with an offended "wow".
The funniest part is she ventures out into the streets, afraid of the covid boogy man.
this is directed by the guy who is mad that people aren't banging each other in superhero movies.