This cult film will leave Amazon Prime Video in a few days. This is the time to enjoy.
If you’ve been planning to take some days off during the Christmas holidays, now is the time to re-watch some cult films. On Amazon Prime Video, Butterfly effect is about to bend. Released in 2004 and directed by Eric Bress and J. Mackye Gruber, the stunning feature film starring Aston Kutcher and Melora Walters is a narrative slap which we advise you to see or see again before it disappears.
Butterfly effectwhat is it talking about?
Made in two separate parts, Butterfly effect follows the childhood, then the life of young Evan Treborn during his parents’ divorce. When a series of dramatic events take place in the life of the hero’s childhood friend, Evan begins to lose his memory. He then begins keeping a journal to keep track of his memories, and realizes that he has the power to go back in time to change events from his past. Problem, as he tries to regain his memory and correct certain memories, he also changes the future and finds himself in a reality he no longer knows. Every action, no matter how insignificant, transforms her future, often for the worse.
At the time, the feature film by Eric Bress and J. Mackye Gruber was a critical and commercial success. The film benefits from constant tension and its alternate endings help keep viewers in suspense. In 2004, 642,000 French people went to cinemas to enjoy the show.
For those who want to enjoy the show one last time before the end of the year, the film will leave Amazon Prime on December 31, 2022. Too bad it’s not available on Netflix and Disney+ at the moment. We will therefore have to take our problems patiently in order to profit again from Evan Treborn’s misfortunes.