Movies with temporary anomalies are not something that everyone enjoys. But the heaviness of the subject is blurred by Mark and Margaret’s sweet teenage romance. The way Mark takes Margaret on her first date to the college gym is just too cute. The movie often refers to historical pop culture movies like Groundhog Day Y Bandits of time while acknowledging the influence of Harold Ramis and Terry Gilliam. Combining science fiction and teen romance can be an extremely complicated topic, and the audience can be easily distracted. While the movie tries to grab our attention with all its might, some parts fail.
The background score and the playlist selection deserve a mention here. Written by Lev Grossman and directed by Ian Samuels, the film is set in a cute little American town where everything is quaint and charming. Things start to get predictable as the cute couple go around town, finding perfect moments to break the circle. However, while the story is told through Mark’s eye, we wonder why the creators didn’t tell the story from Margaret’s point of view, especially after realizing how important Margaret’s character is in the movie. context of the time cycle itself. If you’re looking for a date night movie and you both love the sci-fi teen romance genre, this is definitely for you. But if you are not in the category mentioned above, you can skip this movie.