Curvature (2017) is a English movie. Diego Hallivis has directed this movie. Lyndsy Fonseca,Linda Hamilton,Glenn Morshower,Noah Bean are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. Curvature (2017) is considered one of the best Mystery,Sci-Fi,Thriller movie in India and around the world.
While grieving the death of her husband Wells, who committed suicide, Helen meets his partner Tomas that asks her blessing to proceed running their company. Helen returns to her work and out of the blue, she has a blackout for several days. She wakes up at home and receives a phone call from herself warning that a man is coming in a BMW to kill her. She flees and goes to the house of her friend Alex to ask for help. They head to an isolated cabin that belonged to Helen's father and soon Helen learns that she had sent herself to the past using a time machine invented by Wells to stop herself from committing a murder.
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Seems a bit of snobbery in the reviews here about how much they understand the ins and ours of time travel, therefore it's an Amazing film. well, you don't, you would understand the paradoxical levels in this film are implausible. That aside, it IS a movie, it's there to be enjoyed and not scrutinised for everything that is fact, not fiction. personally I enjoyed the film, though there are loopholes and giant cracks of sci fact, not sci fi, the premise is quite original. I would watch again, it won't win any Oscars or pull up any trees in the advancement of cinema, but it's an enjoyable and thought provoking piece
Zach Avery's acting was like a cancer to this movie. Every time he was on screen it died a little more. Good god, how did he make it past the auditions? Lyndsy Fonseca did a fine job with the sub-par lines and direction, so it may have been an fun, but throw-away average movie if it wasn't for Zach Screen Cancer Avery who did his best version of Lenny von Dohlen's "Miles" from Electric Dreams (circa 1984). It's so bad, in fact, that it has prompted this, my first IMDB review. Avoid.
Pluses- the mystery and suspense, the sound effects and sound tracking, the camera work, some good thoughtful dialogue and the leads acting which holds together the movie Minuses- some wooden support acting, and the plot doesn't entirely make sense how it ends. Overall, work a watch if you don't mind more amateur indie sci-fi and don't expect too much, but if you expect something Hollywood polished, action driven, special fx driven or mindbendingly crafted, give it a miss.
While grieving the death of her husband Wells (Noah Bean), who committed suicide, Helen (Lyndsy Fonseca) meets his partner Tomas (Glenn Morshower) that asks her blessing to proceed running their company. Helen returns to her work and out of the blue, she has a blackout for several days. She wakes up at home and receives a phone call from herself warning that a man is coming in a BMW to kill her. She flees and goes to the house of her friend Alex (Zach Avery) to ask for help. They head to an isolated cabin that belonged to Helen´s father and soon Helen learns that she had sent herself to the past using a time machine invented by Wells to stop herself from committing a murder. "Curvature" is a low-budget sci-fi film with a promising premise, reasonable development and a senseless commercial conclusion. The screenplay is intriguing but could have been better written since there are scenes absolutely ridiculous that should have been improved. Helen overturns Alex´s truck on the road and nobody comes to see or help. Helen, Alex and Kravitz fight in a hotel room and nobody comes to investigate what is happening. The cameo of Linda Hamilton is deceptive for her fans. The senseless conclusion with Helen receiving a correspondence with a flash memory is terrible. But in general the film is not bad and works on the video. My vote is six. Title (Brazil): Not Available
Time travel films always pique my interest and the premis of this new film looked intriguing. As you'll soon become aware modernity does not guarantee quality. I began to lose interest about 10 to 15 minutes into the film. It is dreadful B-movie rubbish. The plot is hard to follow - if you can be bothered - the dialogue is cheesy and action sequences are cliched. A lot of the acting is wooden and unengaging. I suppose the blame must lie as much with the film maker/director as with than the actors. It should be noted that well known actress and Terminator star, Linda Hamilton has a very small part in the film.. Oh dear I hope the paycheck was worth it and in the future she finds better vehicles than this.