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Zoe (2018)

Director Drake Doremus's science fiction romance envisions a Pygmalion-esque dynamic between a lonesome artificial-intelligence engineer/divorcee (Ewan McGregor) and Zoe (Léa Seydoux), the highly realistic synthetic human he created. Christina Aguilera features as a robot prostitute in this cinematic exploration of how technology is disrupting romance.
Duration: 104 min
Quality: HD
Release: 2018
IMDb: 6.1
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Guardian
April 22, 2018 Doremus, and screenwriter Richard Greenberg, have packed their film with intriguing questions.
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Film Inquiry
May 08, 2018 While the story itself was blasé, the soundtrack's loud, techno beat made my heart race, forcing me to keep myself invested in the film
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Solzy at the Movies
April 24, 2018 Zoe is a film that mixes science fiction with romance in a way that makes it stand apart from the likes of Her.
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Entertainment Weekly
May 01, 2018 This is a movie that casts Christina Aguilera as a robot and yet still manages to be boring.
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Film Inquiry
May 12, 2018 Zoe's main focal point is love, and unfortunately for me, no matter how hard I yearned for a connection, I didn't fall head over heels.
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Hollywood Reporter
April 22, 2018 A beautifully acted, affecting drama that teases some questions society may need to answer sooner than we expect.
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Film Threat
April 30, 2018 By the end, all we're feeling is wearied out.
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indieWire
April 23, 2018 If we ever truly sympathize with Doremus' nebulous characters, it's only because they help us appreciate how painful it can be to spend so much time trying to divine meaning from utter emptiness.
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RogerEbert.com
July 20, 2018 The non-stop, navel-gazing, faux philosophical dialogue about love starts to feel like some strange experiment itself.
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Variety
April 23, 2018 The movie, though it's not badly told, fails to grip you.
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Slant Magazine
April 28, 2018 Drake Doremus's compositions seem to be motivated by the idea that there's no more profound image than sunlight reflecting off one-half of a character's face.
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The Playlist
May 09, 2018 You'd be better served just watching the most sexist bits from The Island and calling it a day.
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