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Clint Eastwood’s movie version turns into something mundane.
Call it Apocalypse Whatever.
Still, it could generate some excitement before foundering.
It's like TGIF all over again -- only worse.
Too many plot threads, not enough screen time.
It's a rehash of something that was tired to begin with.
Clive Owen and Juliette Binoche are both strong actors, but they can’t salvage this bran muffin of a movie.
Every great filmmaker is allowed the occasional noble whiff.
If the fest were alive, it would be gracing the silver screen right now.
The artist known best as Hunter S. Thompson's collaborator doesn’t even get to take center stage in his own movie.
Two unstoppable forces—the Coppola family and James Franco—team up for this film populated by walking clichés.
The action spectacle becomes much more engaging once our hero discovers he’s acquired the ability to relive the same day over and over again.
And it jerks the tears—believe it.
It's quiet and deliberate, but extremely powerful.
Their film was a labor of love that took eight years from conception to completion.