In the not so distant future, Theodore, a lonely writer purchases a newly developed operating system designed to meet the user's every needs. To Theordore's surprise, a romantic relationship develops between him and his operating system. This unconventional love story blends science fiction and romance in a sweet tale that explores the nature of love and the ways that technology isolates and connects us all.

Theodore is a introverted and lonely writer. He writes loved mails to people who had difficulty in expressing emotion. Depressed after his divorce - the love from his childhood, Theodore fell in love with Samantha, a computer operating system with artificial intelligence and ability to learn, communicate, such as the ordinary people. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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BellaRay (ca) wrote: I don't mind Rachael Leigh Cook. Great name.

Christopher N (it) wrote: Turn Me On. Dammit! oozes originality. An Off-kilter Norwegian comedy set on exploring sexuality from the unique perspective of a libido-driven, 15-year-old girl. The Scandinavian teen, Alma suffers from an over-active sex drive. An ailment that those around her find peculiar, and one she can't subdue. Her respite comes in the form of expensive "sex telephone" lines, porn, and daylight fantasies. But Alma longs tangibility, she longs for the real thing.The naive way in which Alma explains her first half-sexual encounter to her friends ("he poked me with his dick") only for those friends to spread jealous rumours, leading to school-wide ridicule, should resonate with many a past student; and manages to highlight the film's knack for creating surreal yet relatable scenarios out of an outlandish premise. A feat it achieves while avoiding the trap of overly precocious adolescent characters. Through a deft balance of wry wit, bizzarre excursions, and warming character moments; Turn Me On, Dammit! respectively examines an oft-ignored facet of youth culture-- the want for sex in young females. All without becoming some whacked-out, creepy, wish fulfilment sex expos (C). NOT OPTIONAL.

Ersavas G (de) wrote: Total disappointment

Matthew L (ru) wrote: Disparate foreigners seek sexual fulfillment and social justice in Rio, weaving in and out of each other's lives. Bites off a bit more than it can chew as its uneven structure becomes a bit aimless. Overlong by about 30 mins. The film would have benefited from trimming the fat a bit. Still, strikes nice tonal balance between comedy and seriousness.

Panda B (nl) wrote: Its better than the first one if thats worth anything.

Evan T (br) wrote: Complete and utter obsurdity. If you're looking for fun and gore and mindless exploitation here ya go!

Astrid J (it) wrote: This is the worst movie I have ever seen.....and there wasn't even any nudity! Catchy beats though.

Damien B (es) wrote: TRANSIBERIAN (2008): This Director caught my attention with SESSION 9 back in 2001, and though it felt somewhat tepid to me at the time, I knew he showed a lot of promise for the future and I was right as his productivity has yielded some truly enjoyable films since ditching the quasi-romantic-lite films he did prior to SESSION 9, such as NEXT STOP WONDERLAND etc etc. This is easily my 2nd favourite Brad Anderson flick as this movie is perhaps his most adventurous yet in the sense that it combines travel adventure with a murder mystery story on a train and entwines the lives of 4 unlikely travellers for one hell of a ride. Some terrific performances by Ben Kingsley and a rather goofy, demurely well played part by Woody Harrelson, but I think it's safe to say the REAL star is actually the movie itself, which is precisely what I love most about this film. Not only is it a tightly wound Suspense/Thriller but it also inspires you to want to go on the real Trans-Siberian Express journey at some point in the future! This is a film I will always remember fondly and return to for future viewing, highly recommended for all fans of high-adventure, travel, murder-mysteries and suspense thrillers that satisfy! [SCORE: 10/10]

Trinity C (us) wrote: Looks like a great film.

Greg W (es) wrote: set in Rio during carnivale this is a feast for the eyes

Robert R (es) wrote: As unfocused and taxing as it gets, Michael Mann's "Ali" manages to keep the viewers in their seats with some snappy cinematography and a commanding - and perhaps career-best - lead performance.

Nolan M (au) wrote: Not one Jim Carrey's best movies...

Andrew S (us) wrote: The first half of the story dragged on. This could have been a much better movie.