The Butterfly Effect 2

The Butterfly Effect 2

After his girlfriend, Julie and two best friends are killed in a tragic auto accident, Nick struggles to cope with his loss and grief. Suffering from migraine-like seizures, Nick soon discovers that he has the power to change the past via his memories. However, his time-traveling attempts to alter the past and save his one true love have unexpected and dire consequences.

A brain tumor allows Nick Larson to change the past by reflecting at relevant pictures to fix the past, with tragic consequences for the future. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Tyler S (fr) wrote: Excellent film that douglas carries f start to finish. He plays an absolute down and out bum who seems to have no remorse for his actions and seems to live life w no consequence. I found myself wanting to feel bad for him but I couldnt. Douglas proves he plays the creep very well yet again...I recommend this film for Michael Douglas's performance alone

Mlissa K (au) wrote: This is almost exactly the same as Le Nouveau Monde except with dudes.. franchement!

Ben G (it) wrote: this movies reminds me of the invisible a lot, even though in the invisible you think the main character is dead at first

Pia R (us) wrote: Some truly funny lines here, it has got its ups and downs but generally a decent film to watch and smileeeeeeee

Allan C (br) wrote: Something of a low point for star Eddie Murphy and director Wes Craven. Murphy has since said he only agreed to do this movie in order to get the rights to "The Nutty Professor". The story is pretty much Bram Stoker but with an African American cast in Brooklyn. You've got Drac, Renfield, Van Helsing and Mina Parker figures all present. Craven brings some decent atmosphere to scenes here and there, but the laughs are not so funny, which makes the film pretty unbearable. The film should have been either more comedy (which could have been done by giving Johnny Witherspoon more scenes) or more horror (by letting Craven makes this more of a Wes Craven film than an Eddie Murphy film). Oh, and Eddie's mullet wig is ridiculous.

Art S (gb) wrote: Ayako and I had a discussion about what the Japanese title "Bakushu" means - she thought it should signify "beer" and some homework reveals that the correct translation is probably "The Barley-Harvest Season" rather than "Early Summer". I'm not quite sure what is being harvested - possibly Noriko (played by Ozu regular Setsuko Hara) who is being urged to marry because at 28 she is at risk of becoming an old maid. However, Noriko is a modern post-war Japanese woman who wants to make up her own mind. However, her boss and her family conspire to match her with a rich (though 12 years older) businessman - who we never meet. Indeed, Ozu very playfully includes numerous ellipses in the plot, never quite allowing us enough information to expect Noriko's ultimate decision. Although it comes as a surprise, this decision may actually have had a basis in experiences not shown in the film - that is, Noriko does spend offscreen time with her eventual husband, perhaps a considerable amount of time (and late in the film, some potentially pivotal time searching for her missing nephews with him). As usual, Ozu also disorients the viewer with his camerawork, often cutting in ways that are distinctly different from the invisible Hollywood style that we know and sometimes from one place to another without warning. His usual counterpoints are here: traditional Japan vs. modern Japan, male vs. female, old vs. young, city vs. countryside - but they are used subtly to tell a story about the complexity of families (across three generations) and their sad but inevitable dissolution.

Wallace S (mx) wrote: Great music and chemistry from the cast. William H. Macy delivered a great script and directorial effort. I highly recommend.

Boogie B (jp) wrote: Amazing from start to finish!

Thales R (br) wrote: I do not know how I managed to finish this film

Brooke H (es) wrote: Another absolutely must see!!!