Users review: We had a chance to see this amazing movie in a quick preview last night at the theater AFI / Silver in Silver Spring MD. It is a powerful film that exceeded my expectations. Read marketing blurb, I was worried it would be just another hi-tech thriller Making use of all the latest cool technology. Being a technological Luddite I was about to pass, but the comparison Crash pulled me in, and I'm glad I went. This is an ambitious ensemble film about how three different character sets impact technology has become an integral part of our lives. We follow the stories of these people, how they cope with the new reality caused by its dependence on electronic devices. This is a lame description, but I can not go further into this to be painfully gripping film to destroy you. Let's say that you remember and relive any nonsense you did as a teenager, every stupid decision to make now, and how these decisions are complemented by our dependence on electronic devices. None of the stories are new to the human experience, but the speed with which events occur and the severity of the consequences of increasing alienation from wired society. Game screen acting, cinematography, editing, lighting together to increase the tension of the film. Jason Bateman, particularly stands out in this dramatic way. He proved that you can sit in the front row of men drama actors and I hope to see it expand your resume in play. All participants who reach deep into their properties, with much realism to you to sit in the theater, especially the effective use of text on the screen to display the on-line chat. Like the previous reviewer describes voyeuristic perspective shots. Spectators review refers rear window in comparison, and it's true. This movie rear window for the new millennium, where we noticed our neighbors who live in mobile phones and lap tops. Is this film a thriller? It's exciting in a way that will turn on the edge of your seat and dive deep into your seat. This movie will leave you thinking for hours and days later. Also're You can look at your cell phone and laptop computer with a new confidence. I can tell you, my favorite scene, except that it is quite human, not reaction-Tech by character in grief. I will have to wait for friends to see this movie, then we sit down face to face and talk about this scene. Go see this movie, tell their friends to go see this movie. And then have a good conversation about this outstanding film.