Release Date in South Africa Theatres – 25 August 2017
A clever, roller-coaster thriller that centers on Dylan an air traffic controller who is given a jolt when he narrowly escapes being responsible for a mid air collision between two passenger planes. Caused by a mysterious blinding light that happened at 2:22, these strange occurrences continue and lead Dylan to meet Sarah, with whom he feels inexplicably linked. Together the two discover uncanny similarities with their current predicament and a double murder committed a generation ago. With a grim fate looming, Dylan must solve the mystery of 2:22 to preserve a love whose second chance has finally come.
A very well made, well put together movie. It was beautifully filmed and competently acted. The character development was a little light, but no more so than in most ninety-odd-minute offerings. The plot itself was an interesting take on the time loop, Groundhog Day story.
The film progressed nicely, although it was extremely light on action, with only one short scene. There were some gaps, rather than plot holes, in the story, but nothing noteworthy. It was a slick-looking, stylish movie. So, why only four stars? Well, something was missing. we do not know what it was, but it was absent. A full thirty minutes passed before anything really happened, and then the conclusion became obvious at about the seventy-minute mark. The entire movie itself felt a little too long, and had the pace been a little faster, but it became a random mixture of links which in a bizarre way link to a star going supernova.
If you like suspense and scifi/fantasy type movies you should like 2:22. Actors were pretty damn good and did not feel like a low budget movie. We assume they had a decent budget. Good soundtrack, a very similar feel to the movie Limitless. Give it a try. It’s a very decent watch for friends and families.
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