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A sci-fi movie with the budget of a high school play...and it shows.
Straight up, I don't like it when actors playing roles of scientists come across with zero credibility. This is especially embarrassing when the topic of a movie is about something so inherently on the edge of disbelief, namely travelling back and forth between parallel universes.
My coffee machine looks more up to the task of sending someone through holes in space than the trophy cabinets they had going.
Also, the scientific vocabulary probably came straight from a powerpoint explaining space travel to a bunch of centenarians in a retirement home. Anyone else could instantly tell their just stretching dialog with random BS.
As with all non US movies (and I'm a non US resident too), these movies get initial scores that are just ridiculously high. So people, stop giving 8/10 scores to movies just because you recognize a bridge, or a neighbourhood or your ant's son in law, his best friends' mom worked in the catering of this production.
If you love sci-fi and your time is valuable then be warned, don't watch this!
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