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21:00 Kid Blue was the young Jeff Daniels, thats why he was so angry in the end and new everything that young joe was doing like hiding the silver bricks.
I seen this movie at release and, like alot of other people was completely and utterly dumbfounded by the choice in makeup for JGL. I dont personally think it was necessary. maybe if we didnt realize until later on in the movie that Willis was the older version of him it may have served a purpose but as we knew that was the case from the get go i thought it was more of a distraction than anything. But hey, i really cant down the movie for that as this was one of the better science fiction/thrillers ive seen in a while. Great Acting and certainly one of the better paced movies ive seen in a long time. 8.5/10
very entertaining film....not a classic by all means but very good
I'm with Leon: no tits on that chick. Great review though, Guys. I finally saw the movie and really enjoyed it!
I really loved this film & thought it was awesome....kinda shocked by this review...
Well this is how I interpreted the ending to the film. It was the fact that Cid would grow up to be the Rainmaker but to becoming a superhero instead of a villain. Because if you remember at the beginning of the film Young Joe explains how 10% of the population were mutants granted the powers of T.K( telekinesis) and everyone thought after that there would be superheros saving the world; however all you got were a bunch of idiots floating quarters around impressing girls at clubs. Now jump forward to the first loop where young joe kills old joe lives his life for thirty years and before his capture he finds out from one of his former partners that the Rainmaker is cleaning house.Evidently this gets him captured taken back too the past where he informs young joe of the rainmaker. Before no one knew who this kid was therefore it a
Isn't there a line in it where Jeff Daniels says "This time travel crap; just fries your brain like an egg." That line felt directed to the audience, saying 'stop over-analsying it, you know it won't make sense eventually.' Unless it is done badly, why bother? All time travel films start to unravel or become a paradox once you overthink it.
Jeff Daniels shows up to steal a few scenes as young Joe’s boss and Emily Blunt does a commendable job, but the most impressive work in the film comes at the hands of a young Pierce Gagnon. Just five years old during shooting,Gagnon manages to be cute, yet creepy, innocent but terrifying.
One question I did have with the film is if the Rainmaker was controlling the crime syndicates why would he be worried if the authorities would kill him. Unless the was another super power TeleKinetic out there that could match him.
I didn't have a problem with the whole Rainmaker being created thing because the way I saw it, he could be created in all timelines.
1) Old Joe never interferes. He still 'saw his mom die' and could have gotten some kind of replacement jaw, and getting drunk on power, become the rainmaker.2) Old Joe does interfere and kills his real mom. Again, he saw his mom die and now has a better reason to get a fake jaw.3) The way the movie DID end, I'd like to imagine the cycle was broken because the mother and Cid, now inspired by Young Joe's sacrifice, take his powers much more seriously and he is raised to be good.
That being said, I think an argument could be made that he was simply destined to become the Rainmaker NO MATTER WHAT.
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