Mystery / Sci-Fi / Thriller
Mystery / Sci-Fi / Thriller
While grieving the death of her husband Wells, who committed suicide, Helen meets his partner Tomas that asks her blessing to proceed running their company. Helen returns to her work and out of the blue, she has a blackout for several days. She wakes up at home and receives a phone call from herself warning that a man is coming in a BMW to kill her. She flees and goes to the house of her friend Alex to ask for help. They head to an isolated cabin that belonged to Helen's father and soon Helen learns that she had sent herself to the past using a time machine invented by Wells to stop herself from committing a murder.
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February 25, 2018 at 06:57 AM
people who'e giving this this bad reviews just dont have the brains to understand it
Let me get one thing out of the way, any plot involving characters going back in time to change the past WILL be paradoxical. Most movies work very hard to keep that paradox in the background and keep the audience happy. What I liked most about this movie was that it did not follow that impulse. As time tales go, this movie provides a fresh take on the old narrative. Instead of following the character that goes back and changes the past, this movie instead follows the character whose life got changed instead. Yes the plot IS hard to follow and at the end it leaves a lot for the audience to figure out for themselves but THAT'S THE FREAKING POINT!!
I don't understand why the reviews are not much better!
It was great to see a time travel movie with no idiotic special effects or implausible parallel universes. If we spend our time regretting the past and worrying about the future we can forget the paramount significance of now, the only time in which anything can be achieved. Fonseca is a brilliant actress and her character was consistent and convincing.
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First of all; what a criminal waste of Linda Hamilton! she is in about 2 scenes totaling about 3 minutes or so (I could be off on that by a few minutes but point is, she may aswell have not been in it).
that out of the way, do you know how they say that when an actor is so bad that you just know they've screwed their way into the role? well that's exactly the vibe I get from the lead in this - she nailed the "looking miserable" part but delivered her lines so unconvincingly that I honestly think I could have done a better job at it and I am neither female nor an actor.
basically it's a timeloop film, it doesn't really explain that the version of her that started the loop and is using the version of her with no memory (symptom of time travel) spent a week planning and leaving clues for herself before hand.
one of the other massive annoyances in this film is that the reason the husband is murdered is because his partner wants to use the machine they've spent billions working on and the husband doesn't want to (yeah, why make a time machine if you don't want to use it right?!) at no point in the film did they demonstrate that the machine would be detrimental to anyone, yet the stupid woman blows it up because her idiot of a husband didn't want to use something he spent years of his life working on, frankly he deserved to get murdered for being a colossal idiot.
when a film makes you sympathize with the "bad guy" and the lead characters are all upstaged by 3 minutes of someone who has criminally been made an extra (Linda Hamilton) you know you're in for a bad ride.