Kimi

Kimi ★★★

It may be a fluffy genre exercise by Soderbergh, but it's a fun one (and under 90 mins!). It doesn't have too much to say about #metoo or surveillance capitalism, but it has that need to document *something* about our minds breaking during COVID. Zoe Kravitz is continually watchable, and all the pieces of the puzzle (keychain) nicely come back. Extra yuks from Alex Dobrenko as Russian IT guy. You could do worse.