Action • R • 2012 • 1 hr 58 min
They complexities in the plot would make you watch the whole movie again for sure
There are bunch of luck understanding of same universe time traveling. Everything happens while doing is soooo wrong.
Low expectations going in and it surpassed them. That said, overall worth a watch but nothing truly spectacular.
Really interesting concept. Fairly well done, but needed some plot development cleaned up in certain places. Otherwise pretty good.
A lot of the paradoxical aspects of time travel are just overlooked for the sake of the movie, but it’s a damn good story, so 🤷♂️
Really underestimated this film, good simple, easy to follow
Kinda feels like a poetic masterpiece when you don't think too hard about all the reality breaking time travel paradoxes 😂
Rian Johnson’s first great movie. Conceptually unique and surprisingly funny. Also, Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s face looks weird in this one
Great take on the well worn time travel genre
Love this, the intense plot and great action keeps you on the edge
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