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Action / Comedy / Drama / Fantasy / Music / Musical / Romance / Sci-Fi

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 48% · 83 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 66% · 100 ratings
IMDb Rating 6.2/10 10 4880 4.9K


Top cast

Lucy Boynton as Harriet
Rory Keane as Robert
Austin Crute as Morris Martin
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by DarkVulcan29 7 / 10

Amusing tale of love, loss, and time travel.

Harriet ( Lucy Boynton ) a woman who is still grieving over the loss of her boyfriend Max ( David Corenswet ), was killed two years ago in a car accident, still having trouble coping, but meets a nice guy named David (Justin H. Min ), and slowly starts to come out of her shell. But soon something else starts to come over on Harriet, she discovers every time she listens to a certain song, it suddenly brings her back to a certain in her life, also with Max. So will Lucy move forward or change the past?

An amusing idea, that unfortunately doesn't do much with it. And David Corenswet has Max, really is just kind of there, I didn't feel we got know his character well enough, and I didn't see myself rooting for him and Boynton. Now Lucy Boynton really was great here as a grieving woman, you really feel for her and want her to be happy, and she and Justin Min had better chemistry, I found myself rooting for them more.

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle 5 / 10

intriguing elevator pitch

Everybody has songs which bring them back to specific times in their lives. For Harriet Gibbons (Lucy Boynton), it happens literally as she travels back in time. She is trying to save her boyfriend Max Enders (David Corenswet) from a deadly crash. She meets David Park (Justin H. Min) at her self-help group.

This has an intriguing elevator pitch from filmmaker Ned Benson. He has a few good ideas in this movie, but the premise needs more work. There are basic problems stemming from the concept. First, she needs to keep going back to the death moment. It only makes sense. It also doesn't help that Max is forced by the story to dismiss her at every turn. It makes him look bad as a boyfriend. The whole movie gets dragged down by many minor issues.

Reviewed by saolivaresm 5 / 10


Directed by Ned Benson and starring Lucy Boynton, David Corenswet and Justin H. Min.


Young Harriet discovers that art imitates life when she discovers that certain songs can literally transport her back in time. But as she relives the past through the romantic memories of her old boyfriend, her time travel collides with a new romantic adventure in her present. And so, on her journey through the hypnotic connection between music and memory, Harriet wonders if, even if she could change the past, she should.

The new romantic drama that Fox Searchlight brings us has interesting things that make you stay hooked on its story and at the same time it also has other moments where everything that makes the film not completely complete does not end up meshing. A love story about destiny and being connected that is mixed with science fiction overtones that allow the film to have various angles to engage you as a viewer, although that mix does not end up being completely well achieved.

It's not that it is a bad film, on the contrary, it is quite pleasant and can be seen without major difficulties, but its defects are felt in the shallowness of its characters, which prevents us from connecting in a unique way with its protagonists. . The interpretations of Lucy Boynton, David Corenswet and Justin H. Min are correct and do their best to give life to their characters who unfortunately lack a bit of deeper personality, it is a trio of characters that superficially fulfills, but does not satisfy to give more consistency to the story, even if there is chemistry between everyone.

A direction in line with what his script proposes, which has no greater ambitions than to give us a romantic drama to satisfy the most fans of the genre and perhaps also give a small tribute to those songs that always end up marking our lives.

A story that takes us through true love, loss, overcoming and renewal, a story that builds a journey to melancholy about the price of nostalgia. Also saying that we find an abuse of sentimentalism and little reflection, but it is also its most powerful weapon because it will make two audiences automatically connect with what those who enjoy music and those who will feel identified with those painful breakups are seeing. Loving.

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