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WORST BUNCH OF WOKE BULLCRAP. HARD PASS.
pretty good movie with time travel elements
A Really Good Movie I Watched After A Very Long Tym Getting Interstellar Vibe
Stylistically OK. But also cliched and predictable. A well done B movie.
Not worth the time. Story was sort of stupid and the acting was worse.
It could have been very good, the action was excellent, it was a good mix of police procedural and science fiction, the actors were all excellent, but about halfway through you realize it's protagonists are evil, going around murdering people because they think they have dangerous ideas. Did the producers want unsympathetic and unrelatable characters, because having a lead character kill people for their thoughts is how to do that.
Nicely staged sci-fi crime drama is at first interesting, but has one main problem: it's yet again another time-travel story beyond any plausibility.
Slow movie with trying to do too much cliched plots and situations. Buddy cops with one of them going overboard. While the other one never wants to dig in. Cop getting promoted and then (why?) loosing his job and daughter. Typically, taking daughter to work, not spending time with her. Very cliched. Time traveling without full explanation till almost the end. Stupid plot to wait for 9 years (why?) .....Too much contorted plots to actually enjoy anything.
I would not recommend this to anyone.
This is a wonderful movie about love, hate, and redemption. The movie is so relevant during these difficult times in the US and warns us all about our possible future in a country filled with hate. Wonderfully written, directed, and acted.
I thought In the Shadow of the Moon was predictable, mean spirited and morally dubious. It starts out interesting, but ends up ridiculous. Boyd Holbrook's performance was the only bright spot. But I don't know if that makes it worth watching.