Two old friends living in a dystopic future become trapped in a mysterious time loop — one that may have something to do with an ongoing battle between an omnipotent corporation and a ragtag band of rebels.

Credits: TheMovieDb.

Film Cast:

  • Renton: Robbie Amell
  • Hannah: Rachael Taylor
  • Father: Gray Powell
  • Brother: Jacob Neayem
  • Sonny: Shaun Benson
  • Cuz: Adam Butcher
  • Mobius Common (voice): Jamie Spilchuk
  • The Pope: Tantoo Cardinal
  • News Anchor (voice): Nicolas Van Burek

Film Crew:

  • Producer: Mason Novick
  • Co-Producer: Mary Anne Waterhouse
  • Executive Producer: Matt Levin
  • Director of Photography: Daniel Grant
  • Executive Producer: Nick Spicer
  • Casting: Angela Demo
  • Costume Design: Patrick Antosh
  • Original Music Composer: Bryce Mitchell
  • Production Design: Oleg M. Savytski
  • Writer: Tony Elliott
  • Key Makeup Artist: Traci Loader
  • Key Hair Stylist: Sandy Sokolowski
  • Art Direction: Shelley Silverman
  • Editor: Kye Meechan
  • Co-Producer: Michelle Knudsen
  • Co-Producer: Elizabeth Grave
  • Executive Producer: Ian Bricke
  • Original Music Composer: Keegan Jessamy
  • Producer: John Finemore
  • Producer: Kyle Franke
  • Associate Producer: Priscilla Galvez
  • Executive Producer: James Hoppe

Movie Reviews:

  • CinemaSerf: This is quite possibly the slowest burn of a film I have ever seen. It is reminiscent of a video game that you used to play: initially you don’t get past the end of level one; then you progress slowly but surely through the game learning from your mistakes, though frequently having to start again from scratch…. Well this is one of them, with Robbie Amell and Rachael Taylor caught in a time loop that gradually reveals a story of betrayal and duplicity as they try to protect a gizmo that might just be the answer to humanity’s energy problems from “Torus”, a company that wants it too. Unfortunately, and as usual for Amell, this is a rather dry, uninteresting piece of drama – neither character really has any depth; the dialogue and effects are repetitive and all in all it amounts to little more than a digital “Groundhog Day” with apples and fisticuffs.
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