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Poor casting, poor characters fail to convince in this time-bender of a movie
I was unable to achieve belief in the characters or to care about the characters in this attempt at melding recent news in the physics world to a science fiction time slipping plot. There seemed to be an attempt to quote some items of physics theory and then go rapidly to gobbledygook, which is not a crime in sci-fi plots but in this case does not achieve liftoff. The main character was to young and glib to be taken seriously as a deep thinking physicist.
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