Jexi

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71% Audience Score71%
  • 5 of 5 stars
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    Funny as shit. Laugh out loud stuff. Rose Byrne as Jexi was amazing.
  • 1 of 5 stars
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    Jexi es una comedia que trata sobre lo que puede suceder cuando amas tu teléfono más que cualquier otra cosa en tu vida dirigida por Jon Lucas y Scott Moore y el elenco incluye a Adam Devine, Alexandra Shipp y Rose Byrne como Jexi. Leyendo la premisa de este filme, pensamos que tiene algún tipo de potencial de ser una comedia con un mensaje hacia la sociedad. El guion del filme no le hace muchos favores a sus personajes y los trata como de manera estupida y aburrida. La película no llega a un mensaje auténtico o reasonable y la dirección es bien superficial y no se siente la pasión detrás del filme desafortunadamente. Jexi debe ser sobre la adición de los humanos con sus teléfonos y cómo ese aspecto puede dañar las relaciones en una manera chistosa.
  • 5 of 5 stars
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    It was a better version of "Her", almost like a spoof of it. We laughed out loud, a lot. Critics are hating on this for no reason, it does what it's supposed to - it's a hilarious stupid slapstick comedy about a rogue phone AI messin with your life. It's also got feel-good moral lessons and cool music, hooray!
  • 2 of 5 stars
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    Jexi (2 out of 5 stars). Jexi is a snoozefest of a romantic comedy film that could have been funny but eventually the film's jokes and humor dies really fast in its short run time. The concept can be scary and funny at the same time. With the idea that every one now and days are using smart phones and have smart devices that we use in a daily basis. Almost like every few minutes people will always use and depend on their smart phones. The idea like Alexa or Siri is kind of similar to this movie with Jexi. Which is a software that tries to make your life better. Or worse towards Phil (Adam DeVine). Phil has always been addicted to phones. Since he was a kid with playing a simple game on their. Until his young adult years, were he spends most of his time alone. Working at an app company. Going home alone and using Siri to order him food or open Netflix for him. Until he runs into Cate (Alexandra Shipp) where he accidently drops his phone and breaks it. He falls for her but is awkward in talking to her. He gets a new phone that has Jexi. Which is basically a phone with its own personality. Making fun of Phil or laughing at his sad life. Jexi tries to make his life better while getting angry with Phil when he ignores her for his girlfriend Cate. The concept and plot could have been fun and entertaining. The script and direction is sadly boring and stupid. Its not even funny stupid just flat out boring. The humor of the movie gets old pretty fast within half an hour. While the rest of the movie is just Phil trying to avoid his smart phone cause the phone is having an attitude towards him. Adam DeVine is a funny actor but his character and humor is overused and dumb. Alexandra Shipp playing Cate was pretty decent. Overall, Jexi is a bad film. The plot plays like a romantic comedy about a loner guy who is addicted to his phone who falls for a girl. The plot is dumb. The direction and script lacks humor and laughs. The jokes die pretty quick within the first half of the movie. And the movie just drags with stupidity jokes, boring characters, and lacking an entertaining story.
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    A few funny jokes and a cool cameo in a sea of weirdness. Overly sexual for no reason, and just so uncomfortable to watch
  • 5 of 5 stars
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    Asap get u r real life connection..
  • 5 of 5 stars
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    Hilarious! A ton of life lessons covered in one film. Anyone over the age of 12 should watch this. Some minor male nudity and weed references. But it covers a lot of life do's and donts.
  • 4 of 5 stars
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    Hilarious from beginning to end. Might even be my favourite comedy of 2019. Much better than I thought it would be. Critics don't seem to have a sense of humour.
  • 2.5 of 5 stars
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    it made for an ok time passer, the romantic interest was too fast... they could of easily made it more than two dates and then love.
  • 3 of 5 stars
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    It started out slow and just as it really started to take off.....it leveled off and pretty much stayed there. All in all it was an entertaining and funny movie.