This movie is completely insane. Joseph Gordon-Levitt's character works for this elite bicycle-delivery company in NYC that looks totally shady but is apparently actually very legitimate (they even have their own bar where all the bikers hang out seemingly 24/7). Basically, his/the "company's" job is to deliver letters/packages/small physical things that just can't be e-mailed (because of course they can't be e-mailed) at lightning speed. JGL picks up an envelope from a girl saying that he needs to get it…
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If you think the pilot at the end was being dumb, then sit down and let me explain how you missed the entire point of the ending.
Caleb was selected for a top secret assignment. TOP SECRET. No one knew about it--not even the pilot; for all he knew, maybe he was supposed to drop one person off and pick up another (like he did).
The fact that Ava got onto the helicopter without the pilot asking anything proves that she can pass for a human. It's proof that she was smarter than Nathan or Caleb had even thought.
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This was fine. It was dumb fun. Nothing you didn't expect, nothing you haven't seen. Zendaya's character is literally the most unused and irrelevant person. Donald Glover is in this for like 2 scenes but he's just a plot device. The humor is mainly high school kids being nerdy and ruining things. Honestly the whole thing just had…
EDIT #2 (10/4/16): Now an A; Updated review right here
EDIT (8/18/16): I'd like to apologize for coming off as aggressive in this review. Every movie goer is entitled to their own opinion and disliking a certain fill doesn't necessarily make you dumb. However, one must understand a film's intentions before ridiculing it. If you don't like a movie because it's not your cup of tea, that's fine; just be aware that everyone has their own ideal tea choice and…