The Butterfly Effect 2August 10, 2006
A brain tumor allows a person to change the past by reflecting at relevant pictures.
Release Year: 2006
Rating: 4.4/10 (15,922 voted)
John R. Leonetti
Stars: Eric Lively, Erica Durance, Dustin Milligan
Nick Larson and his best friends Trevor Eastman and Amanda are celebrating the twentieth-fourth birthday of his girlfriend Julie Miller in a beautiful lake on a Sunday morning. Nick is expecting to be promoted in the company where he works, and Julie is planning to move to his place instead of going to New York for her Master degree. However, Nick is called by his colleague Dave Bristol, who is disputing the promotion with Nick, for a meeting with a client. While on the road, Nick has an accident and Julie and his friends die. One year later, Nick finds that he can travel in time and tries to fix the past, with tragic consequences for the future.
Writers: John Frankenheimer, Michael D. Weiss
Can you change your past without destroying your future?
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Release Date: 10 August 2006
Filming Locations: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
When Nick is in the hospital after the first crash, he goes into a convulsion and the nurse runs in and hits the button and announces a "code blue". That should get every available doctor and nurse in the area to run into the room. Then the mother says he's alright now, yet the nurse never calls to reverse the code blue, and no-one shows up.
I've brought my own special birthday candle…
… It's drugs!
Oh! My favorite.
…Light it up!
Save your money, skip this one.
I had great expectations for the sequel to one of my favorite movies.
When I learned it would be direct-to-video I worried. Such fears were
more than confirmed. This movie, to put it bluntly is terrible when
compared to the first. The plot is nonsensical, and takes place around
a boring office environment. The acting is frigid, there is little
character development, and predictably leads the viewer to little
enjoyment, and lots of confusion.
It would appear the director of this film has not even seen the first
one, considering the frequent mistakes, and plot jumps.
Save your money, skip this one. This possessed such great potential,
but suffered such terribly delivery