Timecrimes (Nacho Vigalondo – 2006) B+

Like any time travel movie, this can get confusing. It’s overall very logical though, is well acted and more or less works well. One of the best things about a good time travel movie like this one is thinking about it endlessly. It’s sort of like Primer but really not quiet as good. In this we have a total of 4 characters and none of them seem terribly smart. I have no clue who the young pretty woman is and why on earth is she helping Hector (that would be the time traveler who is trying/wants/does commit a crime). Hector also seems to make decisions that make no sense especially knowing what he knows…maybe I should see it again.

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