Déjà Vu

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Director: Tony Scott
Starring: Denzel Washington, Val Kilmer, Paula Patton, Bruce Greenwood
RunTime: 127 mins
Genre: Thriller

Rating: PG
Will Appeal To: Fans of Action-thriller-suspense movies

“Déjà Vu” (French for "already seen") describes the experience of feeling that one has witnessed or experienced a new situation previously. Have you had the feeling you been to a place, or known a person even though you have never been there before?

This time travel piece is more Back to the Future than Déjà Vu. Denzel Washington (possibly being typecasted again) as an ATF agent who has to uncover the truth of a terrorist bombing of a ferry. With some new technology, he gets to peek into the past. I will leave the scienfic and technological explanation to the movie to how this is possible.

If you are the thinking sort who will dissect movies from Lakehouse to Minority Report on its logicality, then you should avoid this movie. The plot 'twist' and explanations can be very parodoxical, preposterous and full of loopholes.

If you can overlook all that, Déjà Vu is a gripping popcorn fare which will thrill viewers from the ferry explosions, chase scenes and seemingly intelligent and complex plot.

Déjà Vu – Feels like you seen it before. So you either love or hate it.

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