Operator (II) (2016)

Not Rated   |    |  Comedy, Drama

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Joe, a programmer and obsessive self-quantifier, and Emily, a budding comedy performer, are happily married until they decide to use one another in their work.




  • Mae Whitman in Operator (2016)
  • Martin Starr in Operator (2016)
  • Mae Whitman in Operator (2016)
  • Mae Whitman and Cameron Esposito in Operator (2016)
  • Martin Starr and Mae Whitman in Operator (2016)
  • Martin Starr in Operator (2016)

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10 March 2017 | jonathanhigh5-1
| Great Indie Flick
I was browsing through Netflix last night after watching the latest Amy Schumer special (and being disappointed) and found this movie. I saw the description and was immediately intrigued. Without giving too much away, Joe is a programmer that uses his wife's voice and likeness for a telephone answering system for a client. What results is resentment on the part of his wife, Emily, as he seems to become attached to his creation (you'll see what you mean when you watch it). It was really touching to see how great of a partner Emily is and how ignorant Joe is to his wife's needs. It ends on a happy note though and if nothing else, I fell in love with Mae Whitman by the end of the movie. And at the very least, it seems like a cautionary tale for how technology can consume you or sometimes replace real human connections. If it means anything, I've been thinking about the movie since I finished watching it late last night. Definitely recommend.

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