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Groundhog Day without wit, and Edge of Tomorrow without thrill
Reviewed in the United States on December 19, 2018
You watch the least unlikable of four extraordinarily unlikable rich girls trying to save them from being killed at the end of a very, very tedious-to-watch day, including some simplistic, overly obvious pseudo philosophy ("Sisyphus!" "The Butterfly Effect!"). Even worse than questionable (over-)acting and awful writing was, to me, how everyone was, and clearly looked, about 10 years older than their characters are supposed to be. I do not understand why big budget Hollywood keeps doing this.
It apparently also doubles as a really annoying anti-bullying cum tolerance message to some, and intends to show that it connects with its target audience (not so bright, conformist teenage girls) by having a white middle class rap soundtrack. I can honestly say that the only moment of the movie I enjoyed was when the four would die again.