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Phil (Adam Devine) has a major dependency issue - he's addicted to his phone. He has no friends, he has a job writing pop culture "Top 10" lists, and his love life is non-existent. But his Facebook status is about to change. When he is forced to upgrade his phone, the latest model comes with an unexpected feature...Jexi (Rose Byrne) - an A.I. life coach, virtual assistant and cheerleader. With her help, Phil begins to get a real life. But as he becomes less dependent on his phone, Jexi's artificial intelligence morphs into a tech nightmare determined to keep Phil all to herself, even if it means ruining his chances of finding success.


  • Adam Devine
  • Alexandra Shipp
  • Rose Byrne
  • Ron Funches
  • Charlyne Yi
  • Michael Peña
  • Wanda Sykes
  • Kid Cudi
  • Justin Hartley
  • Gavin Root

Atom User Reviews

Verified Review

If the subreddits r/phonebad and r/boomershumor made a movie ironically but unironically.

Michelle B
Verified Review

Brings up issues that are very real in our society today in a way that you can laugh about. Some unnecessary nudity though.

Amy S


Oct 11, 2019

Nearly everything misfires here — bizarrely so, since we can see where the laughs should come, how they would work, and how a more competent movie would get from A to Z. (To be fair, some jokes do land, just not as satisfyingly as you'd hope.)

Metacritic review by John DeFore
John DeFore
The Hollywood Reporter
Oct 11, 2019

Although this wasteful effort from the “Bad Moms” team is uninspired in almost every regard, it does advance cinema in a single way: writers-directors Jon Lucas and Scott Moore have figured out how to modernize one of the most traditional and apparently still essential Hollywood tropes: the Crazy Bitch.

Metacritic review by Elizabeth Weitzman
Elizabeth Weitzman
Oct 11, 2019

It would be easier to buy Jexi’s more intentional absurdities if its reality wasn’t so elastic, stretching to accommodate poorly staged large-scale slapstick.

Metacritic review by Jesse Hassenger
Jesse Hassenger
The Verge