A moody romantic comedy exploring fetishism, addiction and love in the information age.

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Cameron Labine

Writer:

Cameron Labine
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Tyler Labine ... Lewis
Sonja Bennett ... Jane
Geoff Gustafson ... Gustafson
Keith Dallas ... Keith
Alisen Down ... Angela
Laura Bertram ... Sarah
Kevin Kruchkywich ... Anderson (as Kevin James)
Bro Gilbert ... Paulson
Jonathon Young ... Sanderson (as Jonathan Young)
Carrie Ruscheinsky ... Ali
Khaira Ledeyo Khaira Ledeyo ... Co-worker #1
Adrian Glynn McMorran ... Co-worker #2 (as Adrian Mcmorran)
Hakan Coskuner ... Co-worker #3
Solomon Kennedy Solomon Kennedy ... Team Member #1
Charley Higgins Charley Higgins ... Team Member #2
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Storyline

It's 1999 and lovable computer geek Lewis Henderson is dumped by his longtime girlfriend Sarah. So he does what any young urban slacker would: work less and beat off more to internet porn. But with the added pressures of his buggy Y2K software and repeated romantic rejection, Lewis discovers that the website images no longer turn him on... and thus begins his strangely satisfying sexual relationship with the machine itself. Ah, but all honeymoons must end and Lewis' eye starts to wander from his dependable home desktop. His desire for newer, sexier models grows until he finds himself lovin' neighbors' laptops and copulating with co-worker's CPUs. When his boss, Angela, vows to identify the "computer rapist", Lewis tries to throw off suspicion by dating the company's mousey receptionist, Jane. But there's more to Jane than meets the eye - with the new millennium fast-approaching and a massive motherboard calling, now he has to choose between his freaky fetish and the challenge of real ... Written by Anonymous

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When your computer's already your best friend... why not go all the way?

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Comedy | Drama

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Rated R for strong sexual content, some aberrant behavior and language | See all certifications »

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Y2K happened Jan 1, 2000 and the hardwood trees outside at with all their leaves. See more »

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References The Lord of the Rings (1978) See more »

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So Far Away
Written & Performed by Perfume Tree
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Disaster...
27 October 2010 | by omsdiverSee all my reviews

I did not have hopes to see something really good and entertaining but at lest I expected to spend two hours in relaxed atmosphere. Unfortunately it did not happen. There is really nothing I can say about this movie because first of all I do not have a clue what was it about. Sexual problems? Y2K threat? I do not know. You could watch that movie in scene random order and it would not make a difference. You could switch actors - no difference. You could watch it without sound - also no difference. It is like tasteless chewing gum at 10th hour of chewing. I can't say it is the worst movie I have ever seen because I watch it from the beginning to the end. Why? Well I do not know but sometimes when you chew a gum long enough you continues to do it just because you used to and switch of the brain. Control Alt Delete is like that it makes your brain to switch off because of its (movie) lack of any taste any sense and any value.


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Canada

Language:

English | French

Release Date:

15 June 2010 (USA) See more »

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Control Alt Delete See more »

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1.85 : 1
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