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0s & 1s (2011)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 2011 (USA)
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Los Angeles, 2006. Life is Easy 2.0 for James Pongo (Morgan Krantz). He has a cushy job, a busy social life and an alluring love interest all through the click of a mouse. But when he wakes... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Morgan Krantz ... James Pongo
Jeremy Blackman ... Sam
Ryan Reyes ... Cole
Matty Cardarople ... Donny (as Matthew Cardarople)
Ahna O'Reilly ... Caitlin
Alexi Wasser ... Becky
Sarah Blakley-Cartwright Sarah Blakley-Cartwright ... Sarah (as Sarah Blakely-Cartwright)
Romy Windsor ... Bossy
Mara LaFontaine Mara LaFontaine ... Sammy
Hannah Hunt Hannah Hunt ... Cassie
Tysen D'Eston Tysen D'Eston ... Bucky
Brandan Halpin Brandan Halpin ... Dean
Christian Kamongi Christian Kamongi ... Jeremiah
Andy Kozel Andy Kozel ... Brian (as Andrew Kozel)
Alex Lewis ... Daniel


Los Angeles, 2006. Life is Easy 2.0 for James Pongo (Morgan Krantz). He has a cushy job, a busy social life and an alluring love interest all through the click of a mouse. But when he wakes up after a night of reckless partying to discover that his computer is missing, James' hyper-connected reality takes a nosedive. This sends him on a picaresque journey of interrogations and humiliations with the suburban losers he left behind. Told entirely through the websites, programs, games and social networks that make up our daily lives, 0s & 1s uses James Pongo's nihilistic adventure to question our growing dependency on these alternate digital realities. Written by zeros and ones

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2011 (USA) See more »

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Zeros and Ones See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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23 September 2012 | by rupert_murdocSee all my reviews

Dude, Where's My Computer? The movie accomplished what it set out to accomplish. It was an experiment with narrative that infused the way we communicate and perceive into its plot. It felt a bit redundant, in a way I can't put my finger on, to see all that stuff upfront with the story, but I liked what Eugene said after the movie about the possibility of someone seeing the movie ten years from now and it not being so redundant to them. I saw it in a theater, which seemed backwards because I watch most movies that are meant for the big screen on my laptop, and this movie would have been the one movie that would have really made more sense to watch on my 13" screen. If not my laptop, I think the movie could also make more sense projected on some gallery wall. The story itself was repetitive, so viewing little fragments of it while walking through a gallery wouldn't hurt the concept or deprive the viewer of much. Overall the movie was great, considering its intentions, budget, and context.

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