This is one of those movies where any attempt at describing it will spoil it. It's magical and slow and sad. However, ultimately it makes no sense whatsoever.
Two people learn that they have known each other their whole lives.
A nice, soft, moody movie.
A quirky and grating writer finds himself pulled into the lives of ordinary people.
A really great, well-rounded, unique movie, especially for guys, as it has a single moment of clarity that will help them understand women.
Two interns and a lovesick magazine reporter follow up on a crazy old classified ad requesting a partner for time travel.
It's not exactly a time-travel movie, science fiction, a comedy or a romance or a romantic comedy, but it does have a light dusting of everything. It's "okay".
Artificial intelligence is created but is somehow only used as a personal assistant.
Awkward and slow, and so lacking in intellectual merit as to make it far too weak a story. Science fiction chick flicks are fucking weak.
As always, Send a philosopher.
A pair of scientists learn they can push electrons back in time and can send emails.
Calm, enthralling, and deeply moving. This movie does all the right things with science fiction and time travel. It keeps the core values of the characters, lets things make just enough sense to have the audience both engaged, confused and planning ahead, and has a romantic streak to it.
When around one girl, a man repeatedly has visions of his past girlfriends.
- Properly titled X: Past Is Present (2015)
Though much/most of it is in English, the rest is in Hindi.
A hooker is picked up by a business man and they end up spending a week together, encouraging both her transformation and his.
Strongly disliked. With overtones of all manner of female masterbatory bullshit from hypergamy to princess-saving, this film is a tooth-grinder.
to be re-watched