Jexi

Tagline : She had him at “hello”

Runtime : 84 mins

Genre : Comedy

Vote Rating : 6.9/10

Budget : 5 million $ USD

Revenue : 9.3 million $ USD


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Plot : Phil's new phone comes with an unexpected feature, Jexi...an A.I. determined to keep him all to herself in a comedy about what can happen when you love your phone more than all else.

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Okay, this movie is not very subtle and does not have a lot of depth to it, but I enjoyed it. It is a broad satire of modern life: of social media and people who are so reliant on and staring at their smart phones. We have all seen these people - heck - at least some of the time we all ARE these people! Well, they are on full display here in a satirical way. We might find that some of the humor hits a tad too close to home, but we should be able to laugh at ourselves in these stressful times.. There are a few cringe-worthy moments where I was thinking, okay I got it already, and I could have used fewer dropping of the dreaded f-bomb. Do we have to use it in every other sentence? After all, when the writing gets a bit serious or romantic, the swearing disappears. But maybe even the overuse of cursing is a form of satire. In any case, it was laugh out loud funny for me at other times and harmless fun, and even if you don't find it as entertaining as I did, it is under 90 minutes long, so stick it out and let yourself join in at laughing at your relationship with your phone. I mean, you o feel naked without it when you forget and leave it somewhere, right? Right?.

Great watch, would watch again, and can recommend. This is basically "Her" if Scarlett Johansson was an insane, jealous A.I. written for an audience to laugh at Adam Devine's misfortunes. This is definitely an abuse humor story about a socially awkward guy, so the movie tends to whip rapidly between awkward cringe humor that wouldn't occur in life ever, just grossly gratuitous abuse, and moments of positive growth. While the story of a guy meeting a girl and overcoming personal adversity is decent, it's not in the focus nor entertaining enough to be the movie. What really makes this movie is treating Jexi like a real character, a rampant A.I. manipulating whatever she can reach from the world. There are a lot of moments in this that are written out of context, they literally could have happened anywhere during the movie, almost like they were written sketches, but they're funny enough you may not notice. It's an awkward movie, but it has a plethora of good things going for it, and is a deceptively deep movie.

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