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How disappointing ! I was expecting a good movie about a very interesting subject, but the only interesting thing here is the opening credits. Cliché, caricatured characters, spoiled idea, lame acting, After the 15th fist minutes you make your own movie about the deja vu feeling. You can guess the rest of the movie and you'll sure win because it is more than predictable, just add cliché after cliché. No, I must admit there is something I couldn't predict : There is no explicit sex or nudity exposed, not even that to save this poor movie from oblivion.
The base idea was good, the cast OK, the layout excellent, and everything went wrong. Why ? I don't dare to say because it is a mundane American low-end movie just to make some money out of minimal investment. Keep this for teenagers willing to spend an evening and needing an excuse to give to their parents while they are doing anything but actually WATCH the movie. And they should really do something else, like homework. and for grown adults, I see no excuse to waste time watching this when there is more interesting things to do, like wash the dish or fix a leaking pipe in the bathroom. Don't be fooled, this is not about ecology, it is a cheap would be horror movie. There are lots of better movies, and a few worse, but you are on your freewill. I just give my own opinion here. If I have sacrificed 1h30 of my own life to spare it to some people I'll be content.
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