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The Butterfly Effect
2004
 
If you could go back in time and undo a horrible childhood, would you? This 2004 thriller poses that complex question when college student Evan Treborn (Ashton Kutcher), who's besieged by tragic memories, discovers a way to alter his past. But if he does, will it make a difference? Amy Smart, Melora Walters and Eric Stoltz also star. Note: This is a one-sided disc that includes the director's cut of the film, plus bonus features.
Synopsis compliments of Netflix
Sci-Fi, Thriller
 
Liked the premise at first, but it wore down on me very quickly with its tediousness and unrelenting shallow down moments. Plot holes were silly and abundant. Depressing but not deep.
 
Dark but excellent, with a pretty good cast, especially Amy Smart and the kids. There are four different endings, but the directors cut is the only version that fits with the dark tone of the film. The other three are happy and seem out of place.
 
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