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USA, United Arab Emirates
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James Ponsoldt
Tom Hanks as Bailey
Michael Shuman as Beck Bandmate
Roger Joseph Manning Jr. as Beck Bandmate
Joey Waronker as Beck Bandmate
Nick Valensi as Beck Bandmate (as Nicholas Valensi)
Karen Gillan as Annie
Beck as Beck
Ellar Salmon as Mercer
Glenne Headly as Bonnie
Bill Paxton as Vinnie
Storyline: When Mae is hired to work for the world's largest and most powerful tech and social media company, she sees it as an opportunity of a lifetime. As she rises through the ranks, she is encouraged by the company's founder, Eamon Bailey, to engage in a groundbreaking experiment that pushes the boundaries of privacy, ethics and ultimately her personal freedom. Her participation in the experiment, and every decision she makes, begin to affect the lives and future of her friends, family and that of humanity.
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Completely ridiculous
Great actors like Tom Hanks and Bill Paxton were wasted in this movie. The story line was horrible and I'm not sure if we were meant to like the main character but I didn't at all. She chose to let the entire world see her every move even though she seemed so down to earth at the beginning, and she didn't even ask her parents what they thought even though we were supposed to think she cared so much about them when we discovered her dad was sick. Then when her best friend is killed thanks to her company (and herself), there were no consequences and she blamed them. Instead of a winning moment at the end, she decided to increase the amount of cameras and drones and visibility throughout the world and in her life. Even though it upset her parents and her friend died. Ridiculous story that could have been so much better had it stuck with the 'message' behind the worries of growing technology. Bad acting by her friend Mercer but great acting by Bill Paxton and Glenne Headly. Not sure why Tom Hanks agreed to this role.
Full of endless circular logic and irony
Director James Ponsoldt's The Circle depicts the story of a not-so-distant future, or perhaps an alternative present, in which one company dominates digital media, data gathering, and surveillance services. Based upon the four-year-old novel by author Dave Eggers, you'll notice some stark similarities between this motion picture narrative and the smash hit TV series Black Mirror. The biggest difference between the two is that The Circle is fast-faced and poorly written whereas Black Mirror is a slow-burning but well-written anthology series. In addition to the similarities between the aforementioned, there are certainly elements of The Truman Show in this movie as well. With a powerhouse cast, brilliant composer (Danny Elfman), and excellent editing, The Circle appears to have what a blockbuster needs; however, the hollow characters, poor character development, fractured subplots, and overall diegesis hold the film back from reaching the impact that it could have had. Having taken a digital media and privacy class in graduate school, and published a few articles, this is a film that I was looking forward to in order to analyze how the social commentary or commentary on the human condition regarding reasonable expectations of privacy and big data were integrated into the plot. Sadly, the screenplay was not strong or developed significantly enough to provide big data and privacy discussions.

Mae Holland (Emma Watson) hates her job at the water company, so she is incredibly excited when her friend Annie (Karen Gillan) lands Mae an interview at The Circle, the world's most powerful technology and social media company. Mae's fear of unfulfilled potential impresses the recruiters at The Circle and she lands the opportunity of a lifetime. After Mae puts herself into harm's way but rescued, thanks to The Circle's newest surveillance and data gathering system, she is encouraged by the company founder Eamon Bailey (Tom Hanks) to take a more active role in technology development by participating in an experiment that puts Mae's life on display for the world (in the vein of The Truman Show) to see. Once Mae turns on that camera, she has more "friends" than she ever imagined and becomes an instant online celebrity. Unfortunately, this decision will affect those closest to Mae and the negative ramifications will reach far beyond her inner circle and begin to impact humanity at large. Sometimes, people just don't want to be found or be "social."

For all The Circle has going for it, the weak screenplay keeps it from being the blockbuster that it so desperately wants to be. A great movie typically begins with solid writing, and that is what's missing here. After five minutes (or so it seems) of opening title logos, perhaps that is indirect evidence that there were just too many hands in the pot, each trying to take the movie's narrative in a different direction. Much like Frozen plays off like two different movies crudely sewn together, The Circle appears to be one movie for the first two acts, but takes an unexpected and unfulfilling turn in the third. A couple of conspicuous unanswered questions come after Mae meets TrueYou designer and founder Ty (John Boyega). He designed the platform that launched The Circle. At one point he asks Mae to meet him in a secret tunnel (where all the servers are stored) and tells her that "it's worse than I thought." Great opportunity to introduce intrigue, suspense, and more. The problem is that the audience is never told what Ty finds or what happens with what he found. You can remove that whole subplot and the movie remains the same. There are other subplots that are nicely introduced, but never carried out as well. Any or all of them can be removed and the film proceeds the same. Not good. If you can remove several subplots or unfulfilled turning points and the film's diegesis remain largely untouched, then you have poor writing. The third act in and of itself leaves audiences with a hurried ending that does little to provide closure to the narrative; however, it does support the film's circular logic and irony. Hardly satisfying.

In terms of the allegory here, The Circle is a Google-like company with Apple's technology. Eamon Bailey is a Steve Jobs type innovator with characteristics of Mark Zuckerberg and Google's Eric Schmidt. Thankfully, The Circle does not represent any one company, but rather combines all the most notable innovations and technological achievements of Google, Apple, Facebook, Instagram, and more into one globally dominating company. Antitrust issues are introduced early on, but again, that's never fully developed. The movie highlights many issues faced by private citizens, governments, and digital data driven companies today; therefore, it sets the foundation for a movie that could have been thought-provoking, but the writing hinders that ability. The irony in the movie is for every digital answer to streamlining services or bolstering conveniences, a little privacy is eroded each time. Pretty soon, if one shares enough information, the idea of privacy is extinct. Privacy was central to the plot, but it just wasn't handled in the most effective way. Concepts such as "off the grid," self-proclaimed "celebrity," and "calls to action" are displayed and discussed in the film, connecting this augmented reality to real-world issues each of us encounter or think about. One particularly interesting theme in the movie is deep friendship. Unfortunately, this was not fully fleshed as is the case with most of the movie; but still, it does get touched upon.

If you were hoping for another film like the brilliant Social Network, then you will undoubtedly be disappointed. Films such as The Circle should be memorable, but unfortunately this one is very much forgettable. Coincidentally, the movie itself is as hollow as the plot and characters.

Written by R.L. Terry

Edited by J.M. Wead
Succumbs to Sequel Madness
We get that the industry wants to make a profit, not just from The Circle, but any novel story being "serialized", But sequel-madness is RUINING the viewer experience and dumbing society down. When you see movies like "the circle", you are more and more realizing that the actual "content" delivered is LESS and LESS, instead you get more "texture" or filler.

The story and implications of the Circle could have been great. Privacy is THE topic of our times. Unfortunately, the industry wants to deliver the same amount of content in a book or novel via 3-4 blockbuster films....the sequels.

As a result, we got a lot of texture, but little story development in The circle. All that, in TWO HOURS.
2 Hours of my life was thrown away!
This is the first time for me ever to write a review on a movie. But to be honest, I couldn't stand it!! I have never ever watched something more worthless than this movie ever! What a waste of time and money!

When the movie ended, we were still sitting in our places thinking that this couldn't match up and there must be an ending !!! I just cant describe how awful this movie was!

Watch 'Teletubbies' instead. Believe me, more fun!
The Circle - Splash of Reality
Kept spoilers 'light' and used only as needed to describe the opinion of the film. This film sticks front-and-center an indisputable fact that technology unchecked can and will go to the extreme. I suspect (unproven) that Ms. Watson signed on to do this film as it holds a moral and carries a social lesson. If you have children, teens, friends oblivious to the fact that the internet and streaming are NOT private, then you must get them to go see this movie - and the social message is the reason why I rate this as an "8".

Leader of the company (Tom Hanks) and Chief Tech Officer (Patton Oswalt) deem everyone except themselves should be transparent, including government. When a political obstacle arises in a Senator, of course they dig up and release the dirt on them found in their 'social sins', then sponsor a candidate that is willing to be transparent in every email, every call, every action, every bill, etc. (Naivety at its best, as no company or government can operate 100% transparent.) In the end, the good persona (Emma Watson) turns the tables on the powerful leaders in front of an audience and makes them susceptible to the very elements they want others subservient to. I don't usually care for Tom Hanks, but he did a good job in this film - with an outstanding low- level "we're f'd" comment once realizing the tables have turned. Ms. Watson continues to grow in her acting skills and shines even brighter than Mr. Hanks in a few scenes (but not overall). Patten Oswalt plays the tough bad-guy in his outstanding short scenes, and fit the role perfectly. The role of John Boyega (as Ty) left a bit to be desired (a 2D character that should have had more depth provided), but liked his acting much better in this film, compared to his role as Finn in Star Wars: The Force Awakens; he did well.
Total transparency, we see it all
A terrible film with a frightening glimpse into our potential future, with social media on the rise and people becoming more and more transparent, The Circle takes things to the extreme showing you just how bad things can get.

The film is centred around a powerful technology company called, wait for it, the circle..., Mae, played by the ever reliable Emma Watson, lands herself a dream job at the circle, but once arriving at this freak show, she soon realises that all is not as it seems.

Everyone appears to be computerised and robotic, like the powerful technology they work with has completely taken over their lives..., Mae works in the Customer satisfaction department, whatever the Hell that's supposed to mean, I really couldn't get my head around what the job actually was.

Tom Hanks is in it too, he plays the big chief and founder of the circle, Eamon Bailey, it is this man that encourages Mae to engage in groundbreaking experiments, these experiments appear to be unethical and greatly intrude on her personal life.

Not a fan of The Circle at all, yes I'm guessing The Circle is a send up of Google, pretty obvious, the sole purpose I believe of the film is to educate people in the dangers of technology getting too far out of control, more like pandering to a wide audience more so than actual storytelling, hence I rated The Circle so low.

Nothing more to say, and not even bringing in the mega-power of Tom Hanks and Emma Watson could save the film.
Excellent film
Not sure why my first review was removed, but this shockingly is a great film for Emma Watson that shows how many of these tech companies are nothing more than cults. If you've been familiar with much of the drama going on with reddit, Google, Youtube and other sites, you'll understand many of the messages this movie is trying to send about the dangers of many of these tech companies and the mentality of the people running them.
Going round in Circles.
In theory I loved the idea for this film. In fact the whole concept wasn't that far off from the now. What can possibly go wrong? The idea that by bringing people together through technology so that everyone can be monitored and kept safe by watching, listening and prying into each persons life is a good thing. Well isn't it?

Not exactly. And this is where the film begins to dive. If certain things happened, like they did, people would think twice about it. But they didn't. Simple as that. Therefore the point of the film was lost. Shame really. On the good side, Tom Hanks was brilliant as usual. But then again he always is.
Genuinely creepy
Perhaps the most compelling thing about seeing The Circle, is the glow of people checking their phones as soon as the credits rolled. This is going to be a film people claim they understand when they don't even understand the controlled lives they are living.

In all a genuinely creepy film carried by Emma Watson, not something for your average Marvel fan though.
Emma Watson failing to give life to a mediocre written script
I did not read the book, but, as a discussion with people who did showed, it would have at least helped me to understand, where the movie was heading to. Short plot summary: Mae, played by Emma Watson, daughter of a loving couple, gets a job at the "Circle", an equivalent of Google/Apple/Facebook/takeyourpick-tech-giant, thanks to the introduction of a good friend. After that, a clicheed story of "privacy versus oversharing on social media versus big data" ensues. We have all the relevant characters: the friend, who does not want any part of this Social-Media-thing (and is threatened and shunned by others), the bosses who preach transparency - but do not adhere to it themselves and Mae - a young, intelligent girl, who is falling for the credos of the "Circle". So far, not too bad. But the movie fails to portray a consistent story line. Side-characters like her friend Annie and the original founder of the Circle, Ty, get lost in the movie. Annie for instance changes abruptly from the all- time-cheery companion who shares the opinion of the company to a burnt-out woman, who appears envious of Maes success and then leaves for Scotland to abdictate technology. Ty, who is first described as "mysteriously lost" by the papers, turns out to have been offered a kind of "creative free mind"-job by the bosses instead. In contrast to the book, his only role in the movie is to show Mae where all the data is stored and then to release all data from the two bosses to everyone. Its not even clear, what the plot wants Mae to be: The heroine, who exposes the superficialness of the two bosses?Or a tech-maniac who decides to turn to the dark side? Or is it just the prequel for a second part - since the end scene shows her in a cayak - thus returning to nature and her "origins"? We do not know and thus, the movie leaves us hanging in between.
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