This is the sort of movie that I can't explain without spoiling it.
It ought to be started at 17:10 with zero introduction.
The fact that I can write that with confidence should speak loudly as to its quality. It doesn't have enough "content", and so it feels drawn out. If you are passionate about reality-questioning movies, then for sure see this. Otherwise, pass.
- 3:15 -- Someone, somewhere, finds that woman attractive. That someone is not me.
- 4:45 -- That guy was an accident waiting to happen right from the moment he was introduced.
- 6:00 -- No, don't give the idiot a cookie for being a baby,
- 7:00 -- I don't get it.. so an accident or some oddness happened to him, and he gets drug tested?
- 16:00 -- So they both get fired because he's an idiot.
- 17:00 -- Do I have the wrong movie? Because this is not entertaining in the least.
20:45 -- The movie could be started right here.
- No, I rewound to 17:10 and that's a good spot.
- 28:45 -- Do not take with coffee.
- 31:00 -- I get the impression he's got some sort of residual self image, a-la The Matrix - (1999 movie), and he's only imagining himself being normal.
- 37:00 -- Do not take with coffee.
- 39:30 -- This movie didn't need to drag this out so long and so awkwardly..
- 42:30 -- Why would he stop working? That makes no sense.
- 43:00 -- Yeah, residual self-image.
- 58:15 -- Jackie Chan
- 1:16:00 -- .. uh, dude.. there are real people in the real world who you are inconveniencing. People you used to care about.
1:19:30 -- A good ending to a bad movie.