Chelsea’s Entertainment Reviews

The Butterfly Effect (2004)

B+

Overall Rating = 8.42/10 
Type; Drama >>> Dramatic Thrillers

Five out of Seven on the Chelsea’s Reviews Dramatic Level Meter

Although it wasn’t the most clear and understandable movie it was good. The one part that left me confused was when he was using his notebooks to go back in time and change stuff and he went back and picked up the knife to disarm the rocket. That had already happened…. it was really confusing.
Other than that though it was a very interesting movie and I enjoyed watching it right till the end. It’s such a fun movie to follow, and it really keeps up with all of the hype that it creates for itself. After I saw the begining of it, the first time I watched it, I was wondering if it was going to be able to produce a good ending, as well as succeed in keeping me interested, and it deleivered both.

8.00/10

B

This movie was good for its time, the storyling was one that had never been thought of, how it kept jumping from present to past, to future….almost-34-thrill.gifwas almost a little hard to keep up with. But other than that the actors in this movie were really really good. Ashton Kutcher actually surprised me in this movie….going from Kelso to that character, he did a good transition.
8.83/10

R

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February 22, 2007 - Posted by | Movies

1 Comment »

  1. When watching the movie I was thinking the same thing….where did the knife come from! Obviously the ‘blanks’ were where he went back and did something different! Crazy! Another thing I loved about this movie is that is was a ‘pick your path’ type of idea. Not sure if you ever read the books where you had decisions to go to other page numbers, but this book reminded me of that! As well, if you ever get the chance to see the ‘alternate ending’ on the DVD, watch it! It is even a better ending than the normal movie!

    Comment by Trent | March 24, 2007 | Reply


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