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Genres:
Action | Comedy
Resolution:
1280*534
Size:
971.98M
Quality:
720p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
English 2.0  
Run Time:
106 min
IMDB Rating:
0 / 10 
MPR:
PG
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22
Seeds:
87
Peers:
4
Directors: Ben Falcone [Director] ,


Movie Description:
Nothing extraordinary ever happens to Carol Peters, so when she starts getting snarky backtalk from her TV, phone and microwave, she thinks she's being punk'd. Or losing her mind. In fact, the world's first super-intelligence has selected her for observation, taking over her life with a bigger, more ominous plan to take over everything. Now Carol is humanity's last chance before this artificial intelligence-with-an-attitude decides to pull the plug.

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Reviews

dont believe the positive reviews

This movie bad acting bad predictable story boring corny jokes and a desperate attempt to get cash grab with a few big name stars. Almost fell asleep. Dont bother.

Well that was awful...

There were a few laughable moments, but other than those this movie was a dud. Unfortunate because I like the actors.

If it wasn't for McCarthy and Corden, this wouldn't have worked.

Actor (also in this film) turned newb director Ben Falcone, and actor (also in this film) turned newb writer Steve Mallory, successfully put together this entertaining, funny, and heartwarming film. It worked mainly in part due to Melissa McCarthy's usual outstanding and hilarious performance, as well as James Corden's virtual appearance. Finally, Corden was fitting and good in his attempt at Hollywood films (i.e. Cats). Bobby Cannavale as well as the rest of the casting and performances were also great. The cinematography and score was decent. The 106 min runtime did feel a little dragged out and long. I feel at least 10-15 min cut and/or faster pacing in some acts would've benefited this film. Nevertheless, imo it's undeserving of it's low rating. You're either not a fan or are of Melissa McCarthy, and I am, and she nailed it - again. It's a film that will certainly give you smiles and laughs. A well deserved 8/10 from me.
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