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Project Almanac (2015)
A group of teens discover secret plans of a time machine, and construct one. However, things start to get out of control.
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This movie is the proof that the world is becoming a sick and dumb place
Good , But It Is Overrated By Some
It's the kind of movie you'll want to see a second time with someone who hasn't seen it yet, to remember what it was like to watch it for the first time.
This movie is one of the most underrated movies I've ever seen. I've seen a few reviews saying "why would they go to a concert", as a teenager I'm not gonna lie I would go to a huge festival if I could go for free, get next to nothing VIP tickets and regretted not going in actual time. Also this movie sticks by time travel laws and (although I haven't analysed the movie) I don't think there are any plot holes or if so not major plot holes. This movie has you hooked and if you want to watch a movie which has comedy aswell as tension and drama then I highly recommend this movie
The basic virtue - it is a teenagers film, preserving the enthusiamus and fears and the moral lesson as start of grow up. it has a nice, simple story and the all virtues of a footage film. because, not the theme is real new but the seductive manner to mix ordinary problems of an age with a scientific project who change many lives and , giving the second chance, propose the right perspective about real life. so, a nice film. usefull for the fans of science. usefull, in same measure, for teenagers. and, sure, for adults. for discover a story about a personal camera detail. and its status of challenge.
Why would a guy stand there and film his girlfriend as she's pouring out her heart, any other woman in the world would slap the camera out of the guy's hand. Why would anyone film a tender moment between two people during a loud, noisy concert, where they couldn't possibly pick up the peoples' voices over the sound of the music. Why would kids film themselves committing crimes. None of the secondary characters are bothered by being filmed, it's perfectly normal to them. NO. You have to ask before you film people, it's common courtesy. And the dopiest thing of all about this film: oh, my dad built a time machine, uttered as casually as though dad built a bookshelf. They don't react in astonishment, it's just a time machine, no big whoop. Here is a tip if you insist on watching this film: you can safely FF through the music festival, you won't miss anything.
So I actually gave it a chance and watched the Project Almanac Movie...*SPOILERS BELOW*I was genuinely frightened, afraid that moron David would leave poor Jessie for dead... Wonder what it would feels like to be sucked in by time from an astronomical point of view... Maybe like a black hole spaghettifiying...? Anyway, good thing he was able to sort things out by traveling to his childhood and destroying that forsaken time travel machine... Only to use it again in the end lol (With much better purposes this time hopefully)Looking forward to Project Almanac II and Davids real priorities lol