Saturday, April 25, 2009

The Butterfly Effect 3: Revelations

The "Butterfly Effect" is an interesting concept in the horror/Sci-Fi genre. I liked the first one with Aston Kutcher a lot. The whole idea that someone has the ability to go back in time and "fix" something is really fascinating. The only catch to that gift is you usually make things worse. That is the case in Butterfly Effect 3: Revelations. These movies require you to really think and follow the storyline carefully, because everything ties together at the end. The story revolves around a young man who is trying to figure out who killed his girlfriend and try and catch the killer. However, every time he goes back, someone else dies and the police believe he is responsible... a serial killer. This was a very entertaining movie and well thought out. Once you "learn" the truth, the ending is no secret. However, you do not learn the truth till the last few minutes of the movie. I thought the ending (last scene in the movie) was very cool. It let you know that all is not peaceful and harmonious. I didn't see the second Butterfly Effect because it didn't get good reviews on Netflix. This movie, I can highly recommend... especially if you liked the first one. Check out the trailer below and give this one a shot!

When he discovers that he has the ability to travel through time, teenager Sam Reed (Chris Carmack) uses his newfound power to unravel the mystery surrounding his girlfriend's (Rachel Miner) untimely death. Despite his noble intentions, Chris inadvertently disrupts the space-time continuum and unleashes the wrath of a psychopathic serial killer. Directed by Seth Grossman, this sci-fi thriller also stars Daniel Spink and Richard Wilkinson

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