(This review may contain spoilers).
When I saw this film advertised, I was immediately intrigued by the plot. Time travel fiction is always really interesting and this looked like it would take a dark turn.
I did think it took a little while for the consequences of the characters’ actions to be shown. The trailer indicated that the dark turn was taken early on and it was well over halfway through by the time the interesting part happened.
It was good to see the different characters interact together and I felt that the bonds of friendship were shown really well. I didn’t really recognise any of the actors, but I liked the characters they played… and I especially liked the scene where they won the Lottery.
I did find the technological aspects of this film a little difficult to follow at times. The limit of three weeks was interesting, but I would have liked a bit more explanation about the details of that limit.
I did also like Quinn and Adam as characters and I would have liked to see a bit more of them. Still, even though they were more minor characters, I felt that their personalities were quite well-developed.
There were some amusing moments in this film and also some quite intense scenes.
Having the video camera make the audience a part of the film isn’t an original idea, but I thought there was a good explanation for it this time. The movie was entertaining, but I’m not sure I’d watch it again.