Special Agent Sally Biggs has a secret. She can rewind time--a few seconds--whenever she wants. It's enough to make her a celebrity at the FBI and control almost everything in her life. But deep down, she's afraid of the pain that comes from the things no one can control. Her worst fears are realized when her scientist husband disappears mysteriously. Paranormal apparitions begin to surround her. Strangers with terrifying technologies know her secret, and want her dead. Her only clue is her husband's ghost--who she follows onto a battlefield she never knew existed. She must discover the awesome truth that ties all the mysteries together, before the fabric of her being--and the ones she loves most--fade out of reality.Written by
The story is catching, smart and doesn't spill any clues prematurely. A clever twist of the old time travel theme. I liked it. Acting is very good, the SFX are pretty good but could have been conceived better. The timeline visualization with the ID popping up and bleeping, seemed a little weak to me. Otherwise, the screenplay is very well done - the "rewinds" visualized very nicely. The audio is not as clean as a Hollywood production, but closer to reality. In a server room for example, we hear the hardware whizzing. Though the complex plot should give rise to plenty inconsistencies, I saw none. Surely, if I would search for those, I would find some. To me, this level of attention for detail is the mark of a genius. Very much worth to watch!
I have noticed that this movie is called "95ers: Echoes" (2012) as well as "Time Runners" or "95ers: Time Runners" (2013). This is a bit confusing, but all refer to the same movie.
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