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The Company Called Glitch That Nobody and Everybody Wanted

USA 2024
produced by
Graham Holliday, Ed Holliday (executive) for BJFC
directed by Graham Holliday
starring Coley Bryant, James Fahselt, Jack Murillo, Carys Glynne, David A Payton, Elizabeth Bond, Bart Johnson, Lee Shorten, Lenita Harris, Cotton Yancey, Chet Barber, Casey Heflin, Athen Walton (voice)
written by Graham Holliday, music by Seth James Norris

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Glitch is bound to be the next big thing in social media, the first to let routinely lets users use AI to write witty posts and comments, and CEO Ev (Coley Bryant) and head programmer Sean (Jack Murillo) have pretty much put their heart and soul to make it work. Thing is, Glitch hasn't launched yet, and the company's already a few millions in debt without having any success to show for it. And then Ev receives the offer of a lifetime: Jack (James Fahselt), CEO of Trender, the biggest social media company on the planet, wants to buy Glitch - and sure, it's to eliminate potential competition before it even hits the market (as once online, anti-trust laws would prevent mergers), but then again, Jack does offer a cool billion Dollars, which would not only be more than enough to pay for all their debts, but also make Ev, Sean and their silent partner Noah (Lee Shorten) rich enough to never have to work again for a day in their lives. Ev is naturally ecstatic about this, also of course taken in by Jack's charm, but also by the simple fact that a billion's a billion. Sean on the other hand has major doubts, also because he really wanted to make Glitch work on their own. And also, if somebody offers one a billion, sight unseen, isn't it that it might actually be a lot more. So while Ev has already started negotiations, Sean starts to dig - and what he comes up with he doesn't like, and it even gradually sways Ev's opinion. But maybe at that point, they're in much too deep to escape Jack and Trender's web ...


Ok, a thriller set in the world of high economics isn't exactly a guarantee for success, and if you're further handicapped by having your protagonists talking mostly over phone and Facetime (owed presumably to Covid restricions, though I have no confirmation of this) doesn't necessarily make things any easier to create tension and suspense ... and that all said, The Company Called Glitch That Nobody and Everybody Wanted works like a clockwork when it comes to keeping the viewers at the edge of their seats at all points, thanks not only to a great script but also to a non-linear structure that takes its dear time to reveal itself to the audience logically but that keeps things alive through clever editing, and a fast paced directorial effort and a very solid cast also help making this into a very entertaining piece of genre cinema.




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