Action / Comedy / Drama / Romance / Sci-Fi

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 45%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 53%
IMDb Rating 6.8 10 15506


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Emmy Rossum as Kimberly
Justin Long as Dell
Eric Winter as Josh
Lou Beatty Jr. as Conductor
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1hr 31 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by deumick 9 / 10

Necessary to make him believe in love

I wonder if Jack even existed. Since Dell wanted her to lie to him in his most vulnerable state it was necessary for her to create this big lie about Jack and her being pregnant to make him believe in love and save their future together. She made up the lie in the car on the way to the shooting range, but before she could tell the truth he broke up with her, saying he didn't love her, wondering if he ever did. Don't think she saw any reason to tell about the lie at that time. Time after that she had to stick to the story to have a chance to win him back. To make him realize.

Reviewed by Laura Alonso 6 / 10

Cringy execution, pleasant content, overall: skippable.

For starters, I was let down 15min into the movie because I found out that the main actor wasn't Keanu Reeves (ok, maybe that's just an emotional argument). Before that, I was wondering why Reeves' character wasn't as good as I expected from him and how he could've fallen into such a lame role.

But continuing with the rest of the movie: Photography sucks, everything is on the two bottom thirds of the screen, almost out of frame, which is terribly irritating. They were trying to be artsy, but it wasn't well executed (unlike "Her", which's Photography is also artsy, "hipster", but successfully centers on the appreciation of "the aesthetic"). Some effects were quite fake. Most of the effects were acceptable because that can happen when you lack a large budget or strong CGI tools, however, at some moments I don't know if they were going for "magical"? but it stopped at tacky, like it was edited by a 10-year-old. I saw it as unprofessional. User "Jody Bruchon" covers my points pretty well: "A story should work BECAUSE of the camera work, not IN SPITE of it."

Acting and script are unnatural as well: Transitions between ideas in the conversations are totally unnatural and fake. Half of the time Justin Long's acting was —as user "Grasswerks" states it— "garbage", and Emmy Rossum's was "as cute as her face = barely."

Hard to enjoy the potential and ideas of the movie when you're cringing because of all of these things.

But there are also good things this work: I like some dialogues, the concepts behind it are very well stated, quotable, which is the reason this movie is saved from being reviewed less than 5 stars. The plot and concept of it being "like a painting, without a beginning or an end" are pleasant. I don't think the ending should be taken that seriously, else you're stuck with that unsatisfying "what type of ambiguity is this?" I didn't have a problem with it and even thought the last 20 min were the most enjoyable of the whole piece.

It's a good movie to watch when you have some spare time and you're doing something parallel to watching it (i.e. it doesn't need your full attention; unless you want to suffer from the photography and acting).

Reviewed by georgeaehret 8 / 10

Underrated film that DESERVES your attention

This film is so beautiful and absolutely brilliant. It tells the story of Dell and Kimberly thought a 6- year relationship and across a few different parallel universes. The film sounds strange but it is so good. The cinematography is gorgeous and has a very unique color pallet. Justin Long and Emmy Rossum are both nothing short of fantastic and the chemistry is just fantastic. Unlike most romantic comedies (i.e. The Proposal, The Notebook, etc) the dialogue and situations feel natural where as in the before mentioned films, they feel completely forced. Sam Esmail is a genius. With this and Mr Robot, I have high expectations for him in the future. With only a 43% on Rotten Tomatoes, I feel this is one of the few times where I disagree with most critics. This could easily be the best film of 2014 or possibly even the whole decade. Don't just read the reviews and think you won't like it. Just give it a chance. It only makes sense for me to give it a perfect 10/10.

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