What’s more interesting is how people are responding.
is a modern love story, where selfies and LTE play a role, but its sweet, wildly optimistic final minutes are something else entirely.
” About 30 minutes into Drake Doremus and Ben York Jones, a minor character reads a liberally adapted quote from Sales, presenting a theory about the major inflection points of human history.
He says there are three: the transition from hunting and gathering to sedentary farming, the invention of modern plumbing, and the age of dating apps.
There’s a little bit of winking hostility in Jones’ script, seen again when he choreographs a key scene around two millennials eating avocado toast together. But he’s asking “What exactly is wrong with dating apps, and whose fault is it?
” and he starts to answer the latter half of that question by pointing fingers at the most obvious guilty party: the beautiful people who use them.