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Curvature (2017)

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CURVATURE is a time travel sci-fi drama about an engineer who travels back in time to stop herself from committing a murder.

Director:

Diego Hallivis

Writer:

Brian DeLeeuw
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Credited cast:
Linda Hamilton ... Florence
Lyndsy Fonseca ... Helen
Glenn Morshower ... Tomas
Noah Bean ... Wells
Alex Lanipekun ... Kraviz
Zach Avery ... Alex
Barry Mulholland ... Guar
Leilani Barrett ... Curvature Engineer
Jack Norman ... Bus stop patron
William Cross ... Diner Patron
Matt Hudson ... Pedestrian
Michael Urriquia ... Sketchy Bus Passenger
Robert Gerding ... Businessman
Myra Zimmerman Grubbs ... Business Woman
John E. Brownlee John E. Brownlee ... Hardware Store Worker
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While grieving the death of her husband Wells, who committed suicide, Helen meets his partner Tomas that asks her blessing to proceed running their company. Helen returns to her work and out of the blue, she has a blackout for several days. She wakes up at home and receives a phone call from herself warning that a man is coming in a BMW to kill her. She flees and goes to the house of her friend Alex to ask for help. They head to an isolated cabin that belonged to Helen's father and soon Helen learns that she had sent herself to the past using a time machine invented by Wells to stop herself from committing a murder. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Change your past. Save the future. See more »


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Linda Hamilton portrayed Sarah Connor in the Terminator franchise, a series that also heavily involves time travel. See more »

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Helen answers a cordless phone and eventually runs out of the house. She keeps listening on it even though she is well beyond the range of that type of phone. See more »

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Promising Premise, Reasonable Development, Terrible Conclusion
4 March 2018 | by claudio_carvalhoSee all my reviews

While grieving the death of her husband Wells (Noah Bean), who committed suicide, Helen (Lyndsy Fonseca) meets his partner Tomas (Glenn Morshower) that asks her blessing to proceed running their company. Helen returns to her work and out of the blue, she has a blackout for several days. She wakes up at home and receives a phone call from herself warning that a man is coming in a BMW to kill her. She flees and goes to the house of her friend Alex (Zach Avery) to ask for help. They head to an isolated cabin that belonged to Helen´s father and soon Helen learns that she had sent herself to the past using a time machine invented by Wells to stop herself from committing a murder.

"Curvature" is a low-budget sci-fi film with a promising premise, reasonable development and a senseless commercial conclusion. The screenplay is intriguing but could have been better written since there are scenes absolutely ridiculous that should have been improved. Helen overturns Alex´s truck on the road and nobody comes to see or help. Helen, Alex and Kravitz fight in a hotel room and nobody comes to investigate what is happening. The cameo of Linda Hamilton is deceptive for her fans. The senseless conclusion with Helen receiving a correspondence with a flash memory is terrible. But in general the film is not bad and works on the video. My vote is six.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

23 February 2018 (USA) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Cincinnati, Ohio, USA See more »

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2.39:1
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