4/5 stars, 8/10 from both of us.
Native rating: 3.7/5 stars (Netflix’s guess for us=4.4!), 7.5/10.
From the director of Moon (which is better than this film), this movie is basically a “poor man’s 12 Monkeys”.
It was interesting. Not much happened, but interest was held.
It was a unique way of looking at time travel.
But I just can’t help but think of it as being derivative of 12 Monkeys, which pulled it off much better. I don’t mind derivative works, but this just wasn’t as brilliant as 12 Monkeys.
Still as good as any blockbuster movie, though.
A lot of people have problems with the ending scenes (after the kiss).
They are hard to understand, and I had to read about them on the forums to fully grasp it myself, but everything actually makes sense, and the critics of the final scenes are largely divided between those who get angry when they don’t understand something right away, and film snobs who hate happy endings and assume they are tacked on by film executives mucking with the plot.
Reading the complaints of those people is frustrating!
LINK URL: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0945513/