Review: The Butterfly Effect

A nice story-driven thriller with a dash of supernatural unexplainitivity. The story is intense from the start and keeps on accelerating like a freight train. It works just fine, as the dialogues make sense (albeit a bit shor), and the acting is right on par. With close to a two hour running time, every story turn gets enough time to work in. This keeps the thrill and excitement going while you still have room in the back of your mind to maul things over. Hats of for a good performance by Ashton Kutcher (also executive producer), who shows he’s very capable doing something non-comedic.8-.

2 Responses to “Review: The Butterfly Effect”

  1. Albi Says:


  2. Albi Says:

    That was supposed to be:
    Furthermore: Amy Smart and great OST

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