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DISCONNECT Jason Bateman

In the interconnected world we live in, dangers are abundant. With so many people exchanging their inner most thoughts and fears, along with all kinds of sensitive information, the potential for catastrophe is great, yet the warning signs remain hazy. “Disconnect” seeks to navigate the divide between machine and humankind, initially setting out to inspect intimate violations brought to life via online communication. It’s a fascinating topic and one of utmost importance in today’s plugged-in society. Unfortunately, director Henry-Alex Rubin doesn’t examine the issues long enough, soon clearing away a promising cautionary tale to sermonize with a heavy, almost suffocating melodramatic approach to close out this crushingly formulaic picture. Read the rest at


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