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After a ferry is bombed in New Orleans, an A.T.F. agent joins a unique investigation using experimental surveillance technology to find the bomber, but soon finds himself becoming obsessed with one of

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original title: Deja Vu

genge: Action,Crime,Horror,Sci-Fi,Thriller


imdb: 6.4

duration: 2h 6min

tags: If you thought it was just a trick of the mind, prepare yourself for the truth.

budget: $75,000,000

keywords: alternatetimeline, womaninjeopardy, openingscenerepeatedlaterinfilm, wormhole, referencetohurricanekatrina, atf, surveillance, atfagent, explosion, investigation, fbiagent, terrorist, sailor, murder,

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When a bomb explodes on a ferry boat in New Orleans, special operatives from the FBI and ATF come to the scene, including ATF agent Doug Carlin. After viewing satellite surveillance, Carlin also stumbles upon a woman named Claire Kuchever, who has been murdered shortly before the Ferry incident. Carlin also finds out that he can use the surveillance systems to travel backwards in time. So, he time warps 4 days before the Ferry incident, so he can stop Claire's murder, and to stop the Ferry incident. After a ferry is bombed in New Orleans, an A.T.F. agent joins a unique investigation using experimental surveillance technology to find the bomber, but soon finds himself becoming obsessed with one of the victims. Deja Vu is more than a little misrepresented in it's trailer. I mean it is an action film by Tony Scott, it does star a host of big stars including Denzel Washington but the plot and idea is far more science fiction than it ever presents. From watching the trailers I had no idea that Deja Vu revolved around time travel. That being said Deja Vu happens to be one of the best action films of the season with an original, well connected plot, easy to follow but complex and intelligent story line and some strong performances with some small flaws to them. Tony Scott and Denzel Washington had something in common to me...I did not like either of their last films...Domino or The Inside Man so I wasn't sure if the two of them together were my mix but the strong, brilliantly written storyline drew me in. Scott filmed and captured New Orleans like few directors good and uses that setting to really make a difference in the picture and not just use New Orleans "because."

Denzel Washington leads the cast as almost too brilliant ATF agent Doug Carlin. Now Washington is a brilliant actor, I have seen him in some brilliant roles but his ego has pretty much seeped into every performance he has and drags down his characters and makes them often unlikeable. Carlin can spot a clue from the ground on the bottom of a bridge in the air. He's just REALLY good at his job which is fine but Washington gives a distinct air of conceit which makes him annoying. But he still commands a certain screen presence so it works. Val Kilmer plays a supporting role, and a good one, as Agent Andrew Pryzwarra who puts together a team of his choice to investigate a brutal terrorist bombing that kills many Marines and their families on a ferry. Kilmer is great and the conceit he once carried with his characters is gone and has been gone since Batman Forever making him a decent strong actor in what he does. I would have liked to have seen more of his character in this film. James Caviezel is dark and brilliant, and downright evil as Washington's nemesis and the terrorist bomber Carroll Oerstadt. Paula Patton is also fairly good as the victim of the bomber who just needs her out of the way.

Small clues are dropped randomly right from square one in the film that won't be connected or make sense until the very end of the film. Time Travel doesn't truly happen until almost 3/4 of the way through the film but still the story is being set for the future plot. Time Travel films can be very difficult making sure things match up and dealing with time paradoxes and the likes but Deja Vu does a very good job keeping tabs on the details. Throw in a few very thrilling car chases and an even more thrilling murder mystery and it makes for one of those must see movies that come out every once in awhile. Deja Vu is a strong action, intense thriller and well worth your theater money, or rental when times comes. 9/10 I kept my hopes low for this mediocre time machine movie and my expectations were not exceeded! I realize the filmmakers are solely in it for the money. Film is now, for the most part, a commodity like toothpaste and paper towels - and it shows! I wouldn't even be surprised if Hollywood stooped so low as to hired Public Relation firms to write fake positive reviews on internet sites like this one!

While I have no complaint with the acting, the storyline is just utterly ridiculous, and boring as tears. I don't think it is asking too much for a story to make some sense, instead of treating the movie going public like a bunch of teenagers looking for some cheap thrills!

Where do I begin? This highly professional terrorist has no motive for his madness. He pops out of the blue, belongs to no organizations or movements, and has no ideology, no allies, and no one helping him. Our meany terrorist quotes Thomas Jefferson, claims he's not killing people because the U.S. military hurt his feelings when they rejected him for being "too much" of a patriot (I kid you not), and all he wants when he's captured is to confess like he's talking to a priest. (Plus a cigarette, of course - don't all bad guys smoke these days?) Oh, please, give me a break! How sanitized a story can you get? The filmmakers and screenwriters of Deja Vu have absolutely no guts, whatsoever, to make any kind of statement other than that terrorists are crazy and get hurt feelings! Wow! What an interesting insight!

Next, The U.S. Government has a time machine that uses so much energy it caused the last Canada to New York blackout while doing experiments with just small animals, which, in-turn, all end-up going into cardiac arrest, and dying. But when our fearless hero, Denzel Washington, goes back in time the energy problem miraculously disappears. Keep in mind a single piece of paper was sent through time a couple of days earlier, and it knocked out a whole city's power!

The dying problem is also solved too, with a full recovery taking less than a day. Keep in mind, when most people recover from going into cardiac arrest, they are usually not strong enough to waltz out of the hospital a couple of HOURS later! But Denzel is special, and he doesn't even have super powers!

When Denzel is shot by a rather large caliber bullet, he begins losing blood fast. So fast in fact, that it's obvious to everyone he needs to make a trip to the emergency room, pronto! Instead he goes over to his women's home because of time constraints. There they wash his wound with water and dry it with paper towels. He miraculously stops bleeding because he washed his wound. No need for stitches or compresses, just soap and water stops bleeding from gunshot wounds. Imagine what other miracles would have occurred if he had the time to wash the rest of his body!

I think you get the picture. This is such a dopey film because the stupidity is non-stop! It's a shame films are not rated based on cleverness and intelligence. If they were, perhaps filmmakers would start making more interesting movies! What is interesting is not how little sense Déjà Vu makes but how little that matters. If you want your films to add up logically, you're welcome to take your calculator somewhere else. But if you do, you will be missing out on some first-class genre fun. Deja Vu is based on a screenplay by American screenwriters Bill Marsilii and Terry Rossio. All the talk in the movie about not being able to change the past is just a red herring to throw the audience off track. Obviously, Doug Carlin (Denzel Washington) was able to change the past since he saved the ferry. Also discussed in the movie was that, when a person goes back in time, he/she would create a new timeline that either would continue parallel to the original timeline lest such original would cease to exist. If the timelines were to continue parallel then people in the original timeline would not experience any change of events. So in theory no one can change his/her own past. He/She can only create a new timeline for another version of himself/herself. Deja Vu, like many other time travel movies, has a complex plot. The key to understanding the plot of this movie is the time-travel explanation given at one point by the female scientist. She explains, in so many words, that when a person travels back in time, a new timeline is created that branches off in a different direction from the original path. The original timeline, from the point of the branch forward, either continues in parallel or ceases to exist altogether. So when Doug goes back, he creates an entirely new branch in time in which the events from the original branch never occurred. From Doug's perspective, everything he's experienced from the branch-point forward gets reset.

Initially, you might assume that after Doug traveled back in time, he was operating in the same timeline he left. You might also assume that the clues he has already found in the future are the ones he himself left after going back. But if he created an entirely new timeline when he traveled back and the original timeline is no longer accessible, then he personally could not have left the clues in the original timeline. So who left them? It must have been another version of himself from an earlier timeline. This earlier Doug must have already gone back in time before the beginning of the movie and left the clues. In other words, it took two attempts to save Claire (Paula Patton) and the ferry. Following is the sequence of events:

(Events Before the Beginning of the Movie)

Timeline #1: Claire gets a call from the terrorist, who wants to buy her SUV. The terrorist kidnaps Claire. He kills her and puts a bomb in her SUV. She does not go back to her apartment and change into a red dress. The terrorist dumps her body in the river and drives the SUV onto the ferry. It explodes. In this timeline, there is no Doug from the future to interfere. There are no clues in Claire's apartment, no fingerprints, no odd answering machine messages, no ambulance at the bait camp. Present-day Doug investigates the bombing, but of course finds no clues from the future. He decides to use the time machine to go back and save Claire.

Timeline #2: Using the time machine, Doug travels back four and one-half days. This breach instantly creates a second branch in time. This new timeline is a fresh start, so to speak, a new chance to prevent the bombing and save Claire. At this point paradoxically, there are two Dougs, present-day Doug and future Doug. Remember that the scientist told Doug that he might be dead when he landed in the hospital and that his other self might come to the morgue and find him dead on the slab. When future Doug arrives in the hospital, present-day Doug is still going about his normal life, unaware that anything unusual is going on. Future Doug manages to survive his trip and steal an ambulance from the hospital. He crashes it into the bait camp. He rescues Claire and leaves clues ("U can save her") and fingerprints at Claire's apartment. He knows that if he fails in his mission, present-day Doug will find the clues. Claire calls the ATF office to find out if Doug is legit. She changes into a red dress. Doug then makes a critical mistake. He leaves Claire at the apartment, thinking that she will be safe. However, the terrorist, who knows where she lives, shows up and kills her. He cuts off her fingers and burns her to get rid of DNA evidence. He puts her in the SUV, drives to the river and dumps her body at 10:42 a.m. He drives the SUV onto the ferry and leaves. Doug tries to find the bomb and defuse it but fails. So in this timeline, he is not able to save Claire or the ferry. Everything so far happens before the start of the movie.

(Events After the Beginning of the Movie)

The ferry blows up at 10:50. It is this explosion that we see at the beginning of the movie. Future Doug is killed, but no one is aware of it because his body is one of the bodies bagged up on the dock, this is proven because Doug hears a phone ringing that he thinks is his but realizes a "similar" ring tone is coming from a corpse, unbeknown to him it is his own. The movie follows present-day Doug as he investigates and finds the clues and the crashed ambulance. If he had not gone back in time previously, there would have been no clues in Claire's apartment, no crashed ambulance and her corpse would not have been wearing the red dress. The scenario would have been like Doug's investigation in timeline #1. Soon after the bombing, Doug returns Claire's call from earlier that morning and leaves a message on her answering machine. When Doug goes to Claire's empty apartment, her cat acts like it knows him because future Doug has just recently been in the apartment trying to save Claire. Present-day Doug uses the time machine to look into the past all the way back into timeline #1, before timeline #2 branched off, that is, before future Doug arrived. When the terrorist is caught, he acts strangely because he just killed future Doug a couple of days ago.

Timeline #3: Present-day Doug decides to use the time machine to go back in time once again. As he is sitting in the time machine, the FBI scientist makes the comment that he looks like he's done this before. Doug answers, "Maybe I have." This is an obvious hint that he (actually an earlier version of himself) has gone back in time before. After Doug's trip back, a third timeline is created. Doug has one more chance to prevent the bombing and save Claire. He crashes the ambulance again and leaves the same clues and fingerprints as before, just in case. But this time, perhaps because of all the clues left by the earlier Doug, he manages to save Claire and avoid getting killed. When he takes Claire back to her apartment, he first tells her to stay there, but in a moment of "déjà vu", he has a feeling that he should take her with him. They go to the ferry and prevent it from blowing up. But future Doug dies, neatly avoiding the question of whether time "twins" meeting each other would cause an anomaly. The present-day Doug in this third timeline gets the girl...end of movie.

To summarize, in the first timeline that we never see, the ferry blows up. In the second timeline, the ferry blows up again, and this is the beginning of the movie. In the third timeline at the end of the movie, the ferry is saved. It is not Agent Larry Minuti. Carroll Oerstadt killed and burned Larry Minuti in the bayou but then dumped him in the river to make the death look as a result of the ferry explosion, a similar m.o. to what happened later to Claire Kuchever. Evidence supporting this theory: when Agent Doug Carlin is investigating the bayou scene in the present, he mentions nothing about the body found in the gator tank. Plus, why bother burn Larry Minuti if Carroll Oerstadt is going to feed him to the gators anyway. More on this theory: in the beginning of the movie, when Doug Carlin hears a similar ring tone to his own device coming from inside a victim's body bag, that was Larry Minuti in that body bag. He's a colleague of Doug Carlin and probably has a similar work cell (with a similar ring tone) that he uses on the job.


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