Again, remember the first movie - burning of a dog, dynamite in a box, visit at Lenny's room in hospital etc. For example, his personal time-line leads to alternative futures in which he finds himself, variously, as a college student in a , an inmate imprisoned for murdering Tommy, and a double. With a limited temporal scope, the story of this movie isn't as intertwined as the first. However, he didn't bank on how upset she would be — and she confesses to being pregnant and speeds away in his car. After he made Julie and Trevor die again, he went back all away to the beginning of the film and sacrificed himself for Julie.
Certainly could have been better. Of the four friends, Nick is the only survivor. The script was not good enough, but the actors were good, very good actually. Their is no point paying 4 bucks to rent this garbage. Back home, Nick looks at photographs from Julie's birthday and somehow manages to transport himself back to the moment just before the fatal accident. That is the whole movie.
If you need another dose of the story, watch the original with the alternate ending. This ending was utilized in the film's novelization, written by and published by Black Flame. It would appear the director of this film has not even seen the first one, considering the frequent mistakes, and plot jumps. It did well at the box-office. He opts to save Julie rather than himself and drives off the cliff. So I recommend to all the original 2004 which was better and had a brilliant ending.
This movie, to put it bluntly is terrible when compared to the first. To sum things up: Even if you can get a hold of the movie for free, don't. Well, Eric Lively is certainly no Ashton. The story was not interesting and it added nothing new to the genre. Having been the victim of several childhood traumas aggravated by stress-induced memory losses, he attempts to set things right for himself and his friends, but there are for all. Many times during the new movie I felt like watching the first movie and that the new one just changed a few things.
After his girlfriend, Julie and two best friends are killed in a tragic auto accident, Nick struggles to cope with his loss and grief. The acting is frigid, there is little character development, and predictably leads the viewer to little enjoyment, and lots of confusion. The movie follows a new character who seems in no way connected to Evan Treborn, which isn't a bad thing I guess In the movie He and his girlfriend and 2 other friends were in a car accident and of course one year later he tries to go back and change everything and screws it up. It is really annoying that he doesn't get a memory update when he changes the past, a departure from the first film. Let's give a big smack on the lips to the smart folks that didn't try to fix what wasn't broken. If you like the first one, don't see it in any circumstance, if you hate it, don't see it and you will be saved from horrible film, and finally, if you don't see the first, don't see it and spend 1 hour and a half with something more useful.
The director couldn't even reproduce the original effect where Ashton went into his past. Bad acting, bad story, bad special effects, bad audio, bad everything. Pity as i was hoping of soooo much from this film Did the guy that made this even watch the first one? He saved the lives of his pregnant girlfriend and two friends. He intentionally upsets her so that she and Tommy will choose to live with their mother, in a different neighborhood, instead of with their father when they divorce. I found it easy to follow but incredibly boring. The dialogue is choked out by a cast that seems to have run out of steam. He ultimately reaches the conclusion that he and his friends might not have good futures as long as he keeps altering the past, and he realizes that he is hurting them rather than helping.
He has to go to the meeting because he is up against co-worker Dave for a promotion. Evan travels back one final time to the day he first met Kayleigh as a child. Because I really enjoyed The Butterfly Effect, I broke my own rule. This might have given you the incentive to put some effort into your job. Gruber should be very angry with the fact that he ruined their concept.
It was so disappointing, boring and ridiculous that I couldn't even finish watching it. However, Nick is called by his colleague Dave Bristol David Lewis , who is disputing the promotion with Nick, for a meeting with a client. As this is a sequel, the tension was missing and the guy even didn't have blackouts at all. The reason why the first movie was very good I would call it even brilliant was, that for first half an hour, you didn't know what's going on here. One thing I should add is that everything happens too fast. Now that would have been great.
One year later, Julie lives in New York with her son, Nick Jr. Suffering from migraine-like seizures, Nick soon discovers that he has the power to change the past via his memories. One main problem with the whole concept is that he bounces back and forth skipping some critical parts of his history. It was way better than I expected! This movie was not even worth picking up for free. It's like I saw the condensed version. Well, let's be more specific. Can Nick save Julie without causing catastrophic results? On website , the film holds a 33% approval rating based on 170 reviews; the is 4.
The film won the Pegasus Audience Award at the , and was nominated for Best Science Fiction Film at the and Choice Movie: Thriller in the , but lost to and , another film from , respectively. However, his time-traveling attempts to alter the past and save his one true love have unexpected and dire consequences. More importantly, how could the director put his name to this garbage? As a result, they are not subjected to a destructive upbringing, do not grow up with Evan, and go on to have happy, successful lives. This edition was released with the theatrical cut 113 minutes on one side and the 120 minutes on the other. We got it the first time and still came back.