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The Butterfly Effect 2 [DVD] (2006)


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Lively/Durance ~ Butterfly Effect 2

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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars "whatever happened between us, just wipe it out of your head" Oct. 12 2007
By Negative Comments - Published on Amazon.com
I think that's the worst thing I've ever heard. Why would anyone say that. What human being would say that.

I liked part 1, so when I saw there was a sequel, even knowing it had a very low rating, I wanted to give it chance. I love time travel movies, so if this was ANYTHING like the first one, at a minimum I figured I would get a moderate amount of enjoyment out of it.

All I got was a moderate amount of homicidal thoughts after this. I can't believe that professionals can actually create something so bad. Put aside the bland acting and the boring writing for a second, and look at the way the script was structured. The movie was a little less than 90 minutes long, yet nothing even happens for the first 52 minutes, when the movie's more than half over. There was no development of story or characters whatsoever. A complete waste of 52 minutes of screen time.

Whoever wrote this did the equivalent of building a roller coaster that travels from one side of the park to the other without EVER GOING UP, and instead travels across in a completely straight line, and so as you exit off the coaster, you're wondering "wtf was that??" The writer of this story forgot to add the one key element that makes all stories work on some level: some conflict for a protagonist to overcome, obviously. Nothing resembling drama or suspense took place until either the 52 minute mark, or the 61 minute mark. It all depends on whether you would consider his confrontation with his friend in the garage at the 52 minute mark as something significant that builds the story and moves it forward. If not, then there's definitely NOTHING that happens until the 61 minute mark, which is when he realizes that he's no longer in a relationship with his girlfriend. Now that's actually pretty interesting. But why are we JUST NOW getting into the realm of "he has to fix this disastrous timeline he's now in, one without his girlfriend," with only less than a HALF HOUR of the movie left? What were we watching for the past hour? Everything that happened before was completely inconsequential, you might as well start watching this movie from the 52 or 61 minute mark, you won't miss a thing.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars terrible!!!! July 16 2007
By A. Mikolaj - Published on Amazon.com
I actually thought the first one was ok. This one was just crap. Was it an after school movie?

Maybe rent it and waste your time but don't buy it unless it is for a relative who you don't like.
13 of 16 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars I really liked this movie Jan. 15 2007
By Mark - Published on Amazon.com
The main theme of this movie is "It is our past that brought us to the present". If your life is full of "what if you would had done this", then you would not be in the same place you are now in the present. This is a very simple concept. This movie takes the "gift of ability to change the past to affect the present" scenerio and does it well. The acting of the actors were great and very believable. I don't know why all of the ranting and raving is from the other reviewers, maybe they can't just sit down and enjoy a movie for what it is and accept it for what it is trying to say. I recommend this movie to anyone that likes the concept of "what we do in the past brings us to the present and also affects us in the future".
11 of 14 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Is this a joke?? Oct. 14 2006
By Gabino E. Matus Jr. - Published on Amazon.com
I can only wish I could alter my past and have rented something else. I can honestly say the original Butterfly is one of my favorite movies. This "sequel" is not even shadow of the original. It seemed that the altered outcome kept getting dumber and dumber. At one point I asked myself if this was a comedy. Sadly it wasn't.
19 of 26 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars LIFE IS SHORT ENOUGH -- DON'T WASTE IT ON BAD MOVIES Oct. 5 2006
By Robin Simmons - Published on Amazon.com
I thought my head was going to explode halfway through this incomprehensible movie. I got a review screener and was hoping for the best. Is it too much to ask that the alleged story make sense? I use the word story very loosely here.

New Line should supply some kind of editing software and give a prize to anyone who can re-edit this straight to DVD movie into a cohesive story. It might only be a few minutes long but I think it's possible. The bigger question of course is: How does something like this get made? Were there any adults in the production pipeline who looked at the script and said, "Wow, this is great!"? Kind of staggers the imagination.

Even the synopsis on the box was incomprehensibly weird and confusing. Just like the movie. You have been warned. Life is short, don't waste it on bad movies.

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