After Lewis is dumped, he takes his online obsession to a new level in this darkly hilarious comedy. At first he keeps his obsessions a secret, until he learns that hes not the only one with skeletons in the closet.
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The plot to Control Alt Delete was interesting, but I generally didn'tlike the actual movie. While the actors did a mediocre job ofportraying their roles, sometimes the movie seemed a bit forced.However, I did like the addition of the countdown. I didn't understanda few parts, but in the end it all seemed to come together. I only watched this movie because I saw that Jonathon Young was in it,so I expected it to be up to par. However, Young's role as Sandersonleaves me confused. Throughout the movie, Sanderson loses the abilityto feel certain parts of his body. He seeks Lewis's help, but at theend of the movie he doesn't seem to recall Lewis's existence at alleven though Lewis had helped him. The scene may have been meant to beprofound or deep, but I'm just confused.In general, even though I expected this movie to be about a 6/10 or7/10, it turned out to be quite bad due to its overly sexual manner andmediocre acting. There were too many side stories and forced characterdevelopment, and then there's the whole Sanderson debacle. I would only recommend seeing this movie if you're really bored andit's free. Don't pay to see it; it's not worth your money.
Many movies that are ostensibly set in the world of computer technologydon't really explore that world, they just use it, often badly, as amere backdrop for their "story" (boy meets girl, woman in jeopardy,trying to get home, etc.). As bizarre as it may be, this movie, Ithink, has more true things to say about that world than most of theothers.I watched it once, with difficulty, and I would not watch it again, butI'm glad that I did. I will not forget it. If you're in any wayinvolved in this business (and who isn't these days), I think that youmight want to take a look for yourself. It's just a suggestion.
This movie certainly deserves more attention, but then again, the morepeople will watch it, the more likely it will be rated badly. Why?Because people usually are not very honest with themselves, and iffaced with their own dark side of their soul, they turn against themirror, instead of the beast in themselves.This movie does exactly that, it depicts a code-monkey, who has to facethe "beast" inside of him, just to realize that this is not a beast,but the normal state of mind, which most just do not admit - or theyenjoy those freakish things which are more tolerated by society.This movie is about perspective, honesty and taking responsibility.Like a modern version of the Marquis de Sade, this movie is not shy ofexploring the weirder fantasies that most of us repress, but all have.While underlined with the aforementioned honesty, that forces anoccasional smirk onto the viewers face, it is not so much aboutlaughing, but more about understanding the human melodrama we are allpart of. But there are some "Oh Snap!"-Moments, predictable ones, butstill enjoyable.This is not the movie I would watch several times, but it does deservesa higher rating and a somewhat more open-minded audience.
I did not have hopes to see something really good and entertaining butat lest I expected to spend two hours in relaxed atmosphere.Unfortunately it did not happen. There is really nothing I can sayabout this movie because first of all I do not have a clue what was itabout. Sexual problems? Y2K threat? I do not know. You could watch thatmovie in scene random order and it would not make a difference. Youcould switch actors - no difference. You could watch it without sound -also no difference. It is like tasteless chewing gum at 10th hour ofchewing. I can't say it is the worst movie I have ever seen because Iwatch it from the beginning to the end. Why? Well I do not know butsometimes when you chew a gum long enough you continues to do it justbecause you used to and switch of the brain. Control Alt Delete is likethat it makes your brain to switch off because of its (movie) lack ofany taste any sense and any value.
(UHÂ this is an adult review of an adult film that's technically not aporno. SoÂ despite the lack of videos or pictures Â Oh, God, I wishÂ withTyler Labine starring Â expect language. Turn back now, if you'reoffended with anything that the ABC Family Movie of the Week wouldfrown uponÂ )Ah, yeah. I'm a Tyler Labine fan. But, what a poor, poor soul. FirstReaper gets axed, followed by Sons of Tucson. Soon, if not already, MadLove is about to be cancelled.Okay, so his TV career, no matter the talent and hilarity he brings tothe table, isn't meeting America's standards, although a select few,such as myself, will follow him anywhere. Even into the silver screen.Here's one I've been searching for a long time after I saw a TylerLabine interview online with "crazy" subject matter: Control AltDelete. I'll get to the fetish the movie explores, but suffice to say,Tyler's brother, writer and director Cameron Labine, really wanted tosee his brother f&ck a computer. Maybe it's a brother rival thing or abet they had. Either way, you'll see a more adult version of Man vs.Machine than even The Terminator ever addressed.Poor Lewis (Labine.) He's faced with troubles at work: solving the Y2k"problem" Â oh, did I mention, this is set a month and a half prior toJanuary 1, 2000 and leading up to that New Year's Day? And he'sbecoming distant in the bedroom with his girlfriend. His difficultiesin performance or more precisely, staying hard, leads him to, well,hardware. His computer.Lewis likes porn. But he takes it a step further by "liking" hiscomputer more. Okay, I'm beating around the bushÂ he shows hisappreciation for the computer by drilling holes in it toÂ do I need tospell it out further?Well, the girlfriend that, quite frankly, probably wouldn't be aroundin the first place in real life, leaves and when comp-sex addict Lewistries out his "fun" at work, things go downhill for the newly appointedmanager appointed to SAVE Y2K.Believe it: the movie's supposed to be a comedy, with an offbeat boss,Angela (a hilarious Alisen Down) and his antics with the computer.Honestly, I didn't find it all that funny. I didn't find it bad, but Iwasn't laughing out loud, especially with the toned down Tyler Labine.I did, however, find it interesting with its no holds barred approachto sexual tendencies, ones I'll never partake in, but existnonetheless.It's as independent as they (forgive me) come, but it's worth a viewingifÂ You like Tyler Labine Â you'll see him shirtless sometimes, nudefrom the back and implied masturbation, let alone, again, humping acomputer. Talk about an original, albeit funky idea for a film. I mean,these brothers Â star and writer/director Â must have actually sat downtogether to discuss the sex-with-computer-fetish that I, personally,never heard of. Maybe it exists, maybe it doesn't. Either way, it's notporn I wanna see.OH! I forgot, there's a story behind it that's sometimes humorous,especially with the help of cube-partner Keith Dallas and thathilarious and unfortunately true-to-life boss, Angela. And there's hisdescending and spiraling romance with the short-legged Jane (SonjaBennett) that's interesting Â to a degree.I'd recommend, but it's not for everyone. I would be most interested inhearing from Tech/I.T. people, such as my own personal ex, on thetechnical aspects of the film. Yeah, I know its set 11 years ago, butit looks like, in my uneducated eye, at least 2 decades, in regards tocomputers. Either way, it's worth a viewing. But know this, it's a VERYMATURE film; it's not for the squeamish or prude.
Okay, I bought this movie having seen only one review at a 1 star, but I figure at eleven bucks for the Blu-Ray from Fry's, it's worth it just to see how bad it could be. I figure if I expected it to be awful, I'd be pleasantly surprised. I wasn't disappointed.Okay, so the main character is an incredibly twisted pervert of a nerd (and, really, almost all the major characters are perverts), but the story is pretty funny, assuming you're a geek or a nerd. That said, I'd caution that this is a very adult movie, and it might be a little too creepy for non-geek, non-nerd people. If the concept of someone engaging in... adult activity... with a computer grosses you out, don't watch this one.
This review is from: Control Alt Delete [Blu-ray] (Blu-ray) This is one of the worst movies I've seen. Don't waste your time nor money. This is nothing but a computer geek's bonk-fest with his hard drive (pardon the pun.) There's no real plot, no character development, no character arc, and very poor acting.
Office comedies are usually fun. This is one of the worst movies I everwatched. Tyler Labine must wish he never did it, even though it is hisbrother's movie. If Tyler as the humorless straight guy isn't weirdenough, this movie is so repulsive, I kept watching it anyway.Beginning to end, they went way out of their way to break new gross-outbarriers. Not in the typical slapstick college humor kind of a way, butin plain-old bad taste. The three stars I gave it were out of respectfor Tyler Labine, and because I don't like to be unkind. If you can getthrough the whole movie and keep from hurling, you've earned the otherseven stars. I usually like the indi style of Canadian movies. Theydon't necessarily follow the usual Hollywood formulas. They're notafraid to be different, and for that alone, I generally find theminteresting. Cameron Labine should have clung to some kind ofconvention (or decency) here. This was interesting, but more likewatching a car wreck. This one doesn't even get points for being "sobad it's good". Just... "delete". You won't want to reboot this movie.
I am a big fan of Tyler Labine so I rented this from Netflix and it was awful. That is not even the word for it. Not one funny part, not one dramatic part, not one part that made the least bit of sense. Stay Away from this movie.