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Certainly a Low Budget Indie Flick but Interesting
So let's get one thing clear and set the record straight right from the get-go: all the reviews here on IMDb that are 9s or 10s are clearly not real, but rather faked reviews by people who worked on this low budget flick or are friends or family -- for this is surely NOT a 9 or a 10, Hell, it's not even a 6 7 or 8. I LOVED the idea of the plot/storyline; time travel is my thing. So seeing that it was free due to Prime, I figured "why not? It's Sunday morning and I'm not even awake yet." Within a minute or two I heard what could possibly be the worst, and most unprofessional and amateurish dialog by a male actor being delivered that I've ever heard in my life -- seriously. And I work IN the entertainment business (obviously), so I've seen and heard it all. But this was just AWFUL. BUT I hung on simply due to the fact that I was intrigued by the alleged storyline. Honestly glad I did. Though this is one of the worst movies I've ever seen -- in terms of the art craft and science of movie-making -- clearly a very low budget indie film made by amateurs, it also has had me thinking about it and it's ramifications non-stop since I watched it. It IS a good story. Interesting, well thought out, intriguing. It's just not a "professional" movie. That's all. If you can accept that from the start, AND you dig sci-fi and/or time travel movies, then you just may enjoy this indie movie. Everyone has to start somewhere... And this is where this crew happened to start. Frankly, for the alleged $750k budget they had to work with, one could almost applaud their effort. So 5 out of 10 is a fair assessment.
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