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The title of the movie is directly linked to the Uncertainty Principle, which is linked to the overall theme of the movie. See more »
Is today the day?
I don't know. Maybe.
What's your gut tell you?
That I'm nauseous.
How 'bout less literally...
I'm afraid of deciding.
I'm *not* afraid of either scenario, but it's just - I want this to be something we're doing, not something we're not doing.
What does *this* mean?
This, meaning whatever we decide.
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Bobby Thompson (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) and Kate (Lynn Collins) are a couple in NYC. Bobby flips a coin and this movie follows two paths. In Yellow, they find a cell phone in the cab. He starts calling the numbers on the phone. One of those people call back very angry. Two different guys call claiming to be the owner Dmitri. When one guy shows up, he shoots a passerby looking for the phone and our couple escapes. In Green, they find a lost dog and visit Kate's family. Her sister (Olivia Thirlby) is skipping a year of college and her parents are not happy. Her uncle Diego suffers memory loss.
I want to give this movie a 50-50 grade. The phone has interesting potential but this is essentially two different movies. It makes no sense to put them together other than the fact that this is a movie. It only accentuates its artificiality. I wonder if the phone story would actually work on its own. I don't think it does. The family story doesn't really work either. It's too rambling. So one almost works and the other doesn't.
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