Butterfly Effect (2004)

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Butterfly Effect: Directed by Eric Bress, J. Mackye Gruber. With Ashton Kutcher, Melora Walters, Amy Smart, Elden Henson. Evan Treborn suffers blackouts during significant events of his life. As he grows up, he finds a way to remember these lost memories and a supernatural way to alter his life by reading his journal.

“Directoru0026#39;s cut: 8, Theatrical release: 6. Seriously, can you destroy a movie any worse than by putting a sappy ending on a serious movie? I mean, can you? No, you canu0026#39;t. So do yourself a service and avoid the pap that they fed the audiences in the theater because they are gutless worms and go with the actual story. I just thank god I saw the Directoru0026#39;s Cut first. It sort of gives me the creeps to think how many movies Iu0026#39;ve seen that were lobotomized and left me feeling they were just ho hum.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThat said, it is only a few minutes at the end that are different. Either way you would have felt you were watching a pretty good movie. The difference is just that if you watched the theatrical release you would have this nagging feeling following you around the rest of your life that you should be able to go back in time and change the ending.”


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