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October 30th, 2012, 09:04 PM #1
Did anyone else see this and think "what an amazing example of great storytelling"? The plot was so focused, the characters developed and compelling. I read a review on io9.com that stated that, unlike a lot of other genre stories, the genre was not what drove the plot, it was not a "hot wheels track" for the character to go down. Do you think this plot was a good example of having the conflict come from the struggle between the characters and not against a fantasy/sci fi evil? Does that in your opinion make a better story? Just wondering about other people's thoughts.
December 28th, 2012, 03:39 PM #2
The story was conceptually flawed in many ways and runs into the same brick wall that all time travel related film do, i.e. the paradox of cause and effect in a linear timeline.
Destroy the egg to take out the chicken and the chicken is never born. If the chicken is never born it removes the motivation/incentive/need to remove the egg. If that makes any sense.
December 31st, 2012, 09:33 AM #3
In spite of the inherent paradoxes in any time travel story, I enjoyed this one better than most, chiefly because the actors made the characters so believable.
December 31st, 2012, 10:56 AM #4
I agree that every time travel story has the same inherent plot hole but I agree that this one was very well done and none of those plot holes were apparent while watching the movie. I also think that the good writing had a lot to do with that. And apparently I'm not the only one who thinks so: http://io9.com/5970576/director-jaso...erves-an-oscar