It’s a boy, It’s a girl
Rating- 4.5 Ketchups
Warning! Those with serious brain conditions are not allowed to watch this piece. It requires a certain level of rocket science brain and those having the little mermaid in their cerebrum would find brain cells exploding inside and could even hate time travel already. Such is the level of awesomeness of this scientific time travelling thriller by Spierig brothers.
The movie is based upon the life of a temporal agent who claims to prevent crimes before it even happens. His last mission is to catch a criminal named fizzle bomber who is laying havoc into the city, killing thousands here and there, and has eluded the agent so far. The movie navigates through many timelines in a way that time travel does not causes any dis-balance in nature. It’s getting hard to give you glimpses of the movie without vomiting the storyline. Yeah, you’ll know it when you hear the Unmarried Mother (a male character) telling his story to the bartender saying the words “When I was a little girl”. Just know this, whatever time travelling movie you might have watched this might stand top among them. The writing of the movie is brilliant accompanied with powerful performances. Time travelling movies are generally based on eradicating the rotten present by going back in the past and doing things which might cultivate a different future, but as Linkin Park sang “In the end it doesn’t matter how hard you try”. Give it a shot but know those with serious brain conditions are not allowed to watch this piece. It requires a certain level of rocket science brain that those… yeah the review is a loop too like the movie :). Oops! I spilled one.