“Love is a weird thing, isn’t it? It’s unpredictable sometimes… confusing. But I think… the most important thing… is that the person you’re with… loves you for being you. You are enough. And you love them just for being them. ” – Bryan
Number of Times Seen – 1 (28 Oct 2021)
Brief Synopsis – At a wedding, the brother of the bride must try and make sure everything goes smoothly even when there are numerous possibilities of what could happen.
My Take on it – I came across this film and was intrigued due to the fact that I’m a big fan of time loop films.
Unfortunately, this film isn’t really one of them.
The potential for this kind of story is great, yet they fail to truly realize everything that they could have here.
The characters are all caricatures and they attempt to make each of them far too predictable in the way that they act.
The story fails to develop any of them on more than a superficial level and that makes things even more of a chore to try and get through.
Since I assumed that this was a time loop film, I was waiting for the loop to happen and the fact that only after two thirds of the film happens, they bring forth the possibility of a time loop, felt like a real cheat to me.
Most of the potential possibilities are rushed through within literally seconds and then they present the final possibility which isn’t nearly as good or described as the original one was, despite it being a sot of cop out for the characters.
Overall, I found this to be a very unfulfilling movie especially since it had the true potential to be so much more.
MovieRob’s Favorite Trivia – At a certain point the narrator hypothesizes how many combinations there can be in an 8-seat table. They are 5040. (From IMDB)
Rating – Razzie Worthy (2/10)
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