Butterfly Effect was good

25 Jan

Yes, it was a great film, Im normally highly critical of films but I’ll have to hand it to the same writer/director team that brought us the dark comedy of Final destination 2. Great movie.

I was just reading a collection of bad review on rotten tomatoes.com and it’s so odd..they all say they hated it..but none say WHY…I’m like ok you did not like it..but as a film critic you need to tell us WHY…the only points they seemed to make was “oh this movie is so dark..babies blowing up..dogs being set on fire kiddy porn” but so what? Yes it’s got black humor so what?

And then they are like…”they never adequately explain how the time travel works” Well duh, the time travel was just a vehicle for telling a story. He didn’t need to build a time machine out of a sports car or invent one using mostly chrome pipes and a laz-e boy chair, it was an interesting and original way of having a character travel through time and I think thats cool of them.

So basically, get off your asses and go see this, it was good, if you are a fan of black comedy, even better. (if you laugh at dead baby jokes, this is for you)


Butterfly Effect


“Oooooh… a sparkler”



4 Responses to “Butterfly Effect was good”

  1. psupachic January 26, 2004 at 7:52 am #

    The real question is: “How is Ashton Kutcher in it?”
    I have a hard time pictureing him in any role that isn’t like Kelso on That 70’s Show or him acting anything different than he does on Punk’D. So is he really a good actor that’s been typecast? Or does he play the same role with a totally different plot?

    • bboyneko January 26, 2004 at 8:17 am #

      brad pitt was jus considered a pretty boy until he proved he could act. Ashton does a good job in my opinion.

      • psupachic January 26, 2004 at 11:44 am #

        I’ll trust your opinon then. That was the only concern I had about that movie – whether or not Aston Kutcher could do well in a more serious role.

  2. naebliss January 31, 2004 at 2:46 pm #

    I thoguht it was a good movie too. Some of it didn’t make sense, but any movie that has a main plotline involving Ashton Kutcher and time travel deserves a little bit of slack.

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