Science Fiction • PG-13 • 2004 • 1 hr 17 min
Takes about 2-4 watches to truly appreciate this movie, very confusing.
A really interesting outlook on time travel. More about the realistic pros and cons it than sci-fi make-believe.
Extremely impressive and complicated little low budget movie. These guys had an idea and they pulled it off excellently. I love that shit.
Amazing concept, the storytelling makes it a bit hard to follow an already complex topic but it creates a great atmosphere
Don't watch this if you already have a headache
It's a movie that you can only understand when you watch it the 1st time, then watch a video explaining it and then you watch it a 2nd time.
Don't go into this expecting a fun Sci fi romp. This is complex contemplative Sci-fi. You'll come away with a happy headache
Super confusing time-travel chaos! Watch it twice, still confused but loving it. Mind-blowing indie sci-fi.
Good. Maybe even great. Need to rewatch it.
best depiction of time travel in film ever. Thrilling and multi-layered, you may need to take notes but the ride is worth it
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