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The Butterfly Effect 3: Revelations -- A young man with the power to time travel attempts to solve the mystery of his girlfriend's death.

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Holly Brix (written by)
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Release Date:
31 July 2009 (Brazil) See more »
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Tagline:
Death repeats itself.
Plot:
A young man with the power to time travel attempts to solve the mystery of his girlfriend's death. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Chris Carmack ... Sam Reide

Rachel Miner ... Jenna Reide
Melissa Jones ... Vicki

Kevin Yon ... Harry Goldburg
Lynch R. Travis ... Detective Dan Glenn (as Lynch Travis)

Sarah Habel ... Elizabeth Brown

Mia Serafino ... Rebecca Brown
Hugh Maguire ... Detective Jack Nicholas
Richard Wilkinson ... Lonnie Flennons
Chantel Giacalone ... Anita Barnes

Michael Ellison ... Anita's Boyfriend (as Michael D. Ellison)
Ulysses Hernandez ... Paco

Linda Boston ... Landlady
Michael Paul Place ... Young Sam (as Michael Place)

Catherine Towne ... Young Jenna
Emily Sutton-Smith ... Mother in the Park
Dennis North ... Sam's Father
Trevor Callaghan ... Josh

Peter Malota ... Assailant in the Park
Sonya A. Avakian ... Meredith (as Sonya Avakian)
Alexis Sturr ... Sam's Daughter
Andi Foster ... Glenn's Wife (as Andrea Foster)

Daniel Spink ... Prison Guard
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Shawntay Dalon ... Secretary (uncredited)
Bill Lumbert ... Birthday Party Guest (uncredited)
Dwayne Roszkowski ... Mr. Brown (uncredited)
Tom Stewart ... Police Officer (uncredited)
L. Nicole Taylor ... Secretary (uncredited)
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Directed by
Seth Grossman 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Holly Brix  written by

Produced by
Stephanie Caleb .... executive producer
A.J. Dix .... producer
Brendan Ferguson .... co-producer
Laura Ivey .... executive producer
Rob Merilees .... executive producer
Ross Mrazek .... executive producer
Lucy Mukerjee-Brown .... associate producer (as Lucy Mukerjee)
Warren Nimchuk .... executive producer
Benjamin Rappaport .... executive producer
Courtney Solomon .... executive producer
J.C. Spink .... producer
Scott Watson .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
Adam Balazs 
 
Cinematography by
Dan Stoloff 
 
Film Editing by
Ed Marx 
 
Casting by
Kathy Mooney 
Janet Pound 
 
Production Design by
Patrick Banister 
 
Set Decoration by
Thurston Edwards 
 
Costume Design by
Roemehl Hawkins 
 
Makeup Department
Barry Anderson .... makeup artist: forensic photos
Carol 'Ci Ci' Campbell .... department head: hair
Clifton Chippewa .... key hair stylist
Karri Farris .... key makeup artist
Joseph Farulla .... makeup department head
Vince Yoshida .... shop crew
 
Production Management
David Markowitz .... unit manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Scott Lazar .... second assistant director
David Markowitz .... first assistant director
Stephanie Tull .... second second assistant director
 
Art Department
Deryck Blake .... property master
Jack Blanchard .... leadman
Daragh Byrne .... carpenter
Darien N. D'Alfonso .... paint foreman
Kathy Fennessy .... set dresser
Joshua Hogan .... painter
Kristina Kilpe .... property master
Lauri Mancuso .... charge scenic painter
Brent Peelor .... construction foreman
Gregory Pelcher .... on-set dresser
Andriy Pereklita .... assistant property master
Joseph Waterkotte .... construction coordinator
Karen Yan .... storyboard artist
 
Sound Department
Thomas E. Allen .... sound mixer
Tommy Allen .... boom operator
Peter Eliuk .... mix technician
Jeremy Duayne Elzinga .... technical support
James Fonnyadt .... sound designer
Amy Giammarco .... post-audio coordinator
Gord Hillier .... dialogue editor
Tanya Hnuta .... assistant dialogue editor
Robert Hunter .... sound re-recording mixer
Robert Hunter .... walla mixer
David Livingstone .... studio assistant
Luke Mathers .... foley mixer
Maureen Murphy .... foley artist
Sándor Nyíri .... additional recording engineer
Elda Pinckney .... studio assistant
Bill Sheppard .... re-recording mixer
Gordon Sproule .... technical support
 
Special Effects by
Ray Bivins .... special effects coordinator
Gary Pilkinton .... special effects technician
Richard Scioli .... special effects technician
Tibor Farkas .... special effects makeup (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Artin Aryaei .... title artist: Image Engine
Justin Brekke .... visual effects editor
Moritz Eiche .... compositing lead: CIS Vancouver
Peter Fiala .... 3D animator
Peter Hart .... matchmove artist
Shelley Maclean .... visual effects editor
Donna Mathewson .... visual effects editor
Nancy Mott .... senior visual effects producer: CIS Vancouver
Gary Poole .... digital compositing artist
Lorraine Rozon .... visual effects producer
Amanda Schiemann .... visual effects coordinator
Hamish Schumacher .... title artist: Image Engine
Tom Truscott .... title artist: Image Engine
Shawn Walsh .... title design supervisor: Image Engine
Bruce Woloshyn .... visual effects supervisor
Noel Wright .... digital compositing artist
 
Stunts
Jeff Galpin .... stunt coordinator
Peter Malota .... fight coordinator
Peter Malota .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Henry Cantor .... set lighting best boy
Tom Cornell .... best boy grip
Tommy Daguanno .... dolly grip
Phaedra Eason .... grip
William Eichler .... additional Steadicam operator
William Eichler .... additional camera operator
Geoff Ernst .... electrician
Kevin D. Hewitt .... steadicam & camera operator
Erik F. Hill .... electrician
Kyle Jewell .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Grg Magidow .... camera: "a" camera (as Greg Magidow)
Grg Magidow .... first assistant camera (as Greg Magidow)
Oliver Mancebo .... digital imaging technician
Phil Miller .... key grip
Trevor Rios .... camera: "a" camera
Trevor Rios .... second assistant camera
 
Casting Department
Cedric N. Lee .... extras casting
Molly Pound .... extras casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Stephanie Arble .... costumer
May Azzow .... key set costumer (as May McClurg)
Vicente Parada .... costume supervisor
Brigitta Romanov .... assistant costume designer
Couni Young .... seamstress
 
Editorial Department
Alex Grossfeld .... post production assistant
Donna Mathewson .... assistant editor
Tim Mirkovich .... additional editor
Jimi Radcliff .... post production assistant (uncredited)
Todd Zelin .... additional editor (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Adam Balazs .... music supervisor
Lawrence Manchester .... score mixer
 
Transportation Department
Archie Bane .... driver
Linda Barnes .... driver
Darrell Foley .... driver
Craig Kirchner .... transportation captain
Raymond Landino Jr. .... driver
Dean Miller .... driver
Tom Mohan .... driver
Bill Neckrock .... driver
Robert'Bob'Rice Sr. .... driver
Todd Luckey .... production van operator (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Robbie Banfitch .... office production assistant
Shelley Marie Brown .... promotions
Jim Davey .... production assistant
Tara Dean .... legal services: production
Benjamin Dresser .... location scout
Beau J. Genot .... production executive
Sarah Goller .... assistant location manager
Roshonda M. Hayes .... second assistant accountant
Lauren Ito .... assistant: Laura Ivey
Krista Johnston .... clearance
Derek Justice .... production assistant
Christopher Loveday .... office production assistant
David Markowitz .... set medic
David McIlroy .... location manager
Lindsay Medeiros .... first assistant accountant
Nicole Oguchi .... production supervisor
Tizzie Onderko .... stand-in
Rob Pellecchia .... production counsel
Virginia Prasad .... post-production accountant
Robin Reitman .... production accountant
Rebecca Rogers .... production assistant
Jil Szewski .... production assistant
Melinda Taksen .... script supervisor
 
Thanks
Adam Goldworm .... special thanks
 

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MPAA:
Rated R for graphic bloody violence, a strong sex scene including nudity, language and some drug content
Runtime:
90 min | Germany:105 min (European Film Market)
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Trivia:
All of the bar scenes (including a murder scene) were filmed in Foran's Grand Trunk Pub, one of the oldest pubs still in operation in the city of Detroit. One unique fact about Foran's is that the famed magician, Harry Houdini, kept an office in the basement of the pub.See more »
Goofs:
Factual errors: Sam goes to Detroit Police headquarters to investigate the Pontiac Killer. Pontiac, Michigan is 30 miles north of Detroit, and all crimes there are investigated by the Oakland County Sheriff's Department.See more »
Quotes:
[first lines]
Mother in the Park:Alright, Josh. Time to go.
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Soundtrack:
Stems and SeedsSee more »

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35 out of 52 people found the following review useful.
really enjoyed this surprising sequel, 30 March 2009
Author: marvingardens24 from United States

I was a huge fan of the original Butterfly Effect, although I liked the concept more than the execution. When Ashton screamed, "You don't know me! I don't even know me!", it made me remember why certain actors should stick to lightweight material. I had very low expectations for this one, mostly because the second movie was unwatchable. Aside from a couple of problems, I was pleasantly surprised.

First, the problems: This movie has nothing to do with the original or the sequel except that the Butterfly Effect power is SIMILAR -- not exactly the same, because in this one the main character Sam travels by just focusing on the past, and his sister Jenna monitors him, but then he seems to forget the intervening years when he returns to the present. The other problem is that sometimes characters and relationships are unclear and a couple times I had to ask my wife who this person was or why this person thinks that now, but she understood it pretty well and felt that the confusion was intentional so that the audience would feel like the main character, who's really confused by all the time travel.

The two leads in this one -- which probably couldn't get big stars because of its low budget -- were both outstanding. Chris Carmack shows major dramatic chops. I can see him being the next Viggo Mortensen. Rachel Miner is also really great, and so are the minor characters, especially the well-endowed bartender. (Was that a visual reference to Catholic Schoolgirls in Trouble, from the Kentucky Fried Movie, or am I reaching?) There were a couple of strong dramatic scenes that wouldn't have felt out of place in a studio Oscar-bait type of movie. I guess that's a credit to the writing/directing too, since it didn't feel overdone or hammy.

The cinematography was also solid, and I liked the score. Usually movies like this skimp on those elements and just use a cheesy synth score, but this one was solid.

My only complaint about the cinematography is that sometimes it felt claustrophobic -- we're always inside someone's apartment, or in some dark, cramped place. I guess that fits with the theme, but I would've liked to be able to breath every now and then with a nice landscape shot or something. Maybe that was also a budget issue.

Overall, although I didn't see this movie in the theater -- it was out for a week, apparently - - watching it at home felt like I'd caught a really cool late-night TV show. It's a fun ride. I could see this turning into a TV series or something, like Quantum Leap.

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