"Good night. And always remember that's..."
So I wouldn't really call this a great film, it's a heavily rehashed and unoriginal script combined with romantic cliché. At the start of the "stuck in a time loop" scenario, most of us have that "imagine all the possibilities" feeling and by the end of the film, the message is that time costs everything, but in the end, it also provides everything. Time takes away moments and opportunities, but it also grants us the experiences and memories that…
Sure, it's not a stacked biopic with incredibly deep layers but who cares? It's got a comically fake mustache, hilarious characters and actually some fascinating history. For a story like this, the runtime just fits perfectly and I never felt like there was a dull moment.
Oh, also if Roger Sharpe can get a girl like that...I think there is hope for all of us :)
Stopped at the science theatre and visited my first IMAX theatre, yeah it's a pretty breathtaking experience and there is definitely some films here and there I could totally go for in a theatre like that.
In regards to this movie, yeah it's junk with some great shots and sparse moments of impressive 3D tech. I genuinely felt like I was watching a 45 minute advertisement about nature and Morgan Freeman's narration was so rarely used that it didn't keep…