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Déjà Vu 2006

  • Tony Scott
  • November 21, 2006
  • 126 mins
  • English
  • Action, Science Fiction, Thriller
If you think it's just a feeling, go back... and look again.
Called in to recover evidence in the aftermath of a horrific explosion on a New Orleans ferry, Federal agent Doug Carlin gets pulled away from the scene and taken to a top-secret government lab that uses a time-shifting surveillance device to help prevent crime.


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A fast paced thriller with mediocre performance by DW.
Unfortunately it has many plotholes and inconsistencies regarding the time travel/time watcher aspect of the flic. There are many small parts, however the biggest one is basically the overall story. We see hints of the "alternate" reality placed throughout the movie. For example the ambulance that crashed into the house by the lake/river/swamp, his partners death by the site of the incident. However how the fuck does Douglas not save everyone. Did he already attempt to do so and failed? And this time he was successful, died and his self of the reality he went to just does not anything about, therefore never going back in time?
Anyway, the ending was not done poorly and left me with a sour taste in my mouth. Of course Douglas does not remember what happened, I don't know why they would even attempt to leave the audience wondering about this. Just a cheap attempt to make this all seem more mysterious.

This does no however mean that I did not enjoy the movie. Like I said, it is fast paced, never gets boring and is definitely entertaining past its mistakes.

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A good thriller, not more and not less. But how they can look back in time (and even transport items there) is only partially illustrated and therefore I found it not very unrealistic. Additional, the movie is not very intriguing but because of the plot's fast pace it never gets boring.

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Sehr guter Film!
Tolle Idee mit der Zeit und auch sonst sehr gut gestaltet!

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