Wednesday, 31 May 2017


Director: James Ponsoldt
Cast: Emma Watson ,Tom Hanks , John Boyega , Abraham Lim , Poorna Jagannathan , Bill Paxton , Glenne Headly , Patton Oswalt , Ellen Wong , Karen Gillan , Ellar Coltrane
Plot: Mae Holland lands her dream job as a tech worker at the world's largest and most powerful tech and social media company called The Circle. As she rises through the ranks, she is encouraged by the company's founder, Eamon Bailey, to take part in a groundbreaking experiment that pushes the boundaries of privacy, ethics and freedom. Her participation in the experiment, her every decision and action, will affect the lives and future of her friends, family and that of humanity.


My Movie Review: The movie is a unfulfilled potential has premise but didn't let most of it. The Circle is somewhat techno-related that come around and goes around I've seen films like this I just watch to see what's upgraded- like The Internship shown in the Google Hub. Nothing it's what you'll feel towards the end sure they got the taste of their own medicine but that's it! not enough! the empty face-off doesn't have much impact for the grand finale. Mercer's death is turning point for Mae but he didn't got justice- what a crashing letdown!!
My Favorite Lines: "I am a believer in the perfectibility of human beings. When we are our best selves the possibilities are endless. At The Circle there isn’t a problem that we cannot solve. We can cure disease and we can end hunger without secrets, without the hoarding of knowledge and information. We can finally realize our potential. We will see it happens, we’ll know. Imagine the human rights implications. There needs to be accountability. Many of our lies that get us in trouble, the things we hide. We care about everybody you care about, because knowing is good. But knowing everything is better." "Do you like to share? Sharing is everything." "Mae's only been with us for a few months but she has made quite an impression Mae do you think you behave better or worse when you're being watched?"

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