Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
Consider Primer a successful lab experiment with, as they might say in techie chat rooms, significant indie-cred applications, IMHO. Oh, and :-). Read full review
Refusing to dumb down for a mass market, Primer is "Mullholland Dr." for math geeks, "Memento" for mad geniuses, or simply one of the most inventive films ever made for pennies on the Hollywood dollar. Read full review
An ingenious blend of sci-fi and mystery. Read full review
It is maddening, fascinating and completely successful. Read full review
Shane Carruth's extraordinary work of shoestring speculation throws you into a deep ocean of techno-jargon and lets you dog-paddle or sink like a stone. Read full review
Primer is obviously not for all tastes, but if it connects with you, prepare to be obsessed. Read full review
The screenplay is convoluted but fascinating, flawed less by its built-in complexity than by the limitations of the characters' psychological depth. Read full review
One of those purposely head-scratching films meant to be viewed more than once. The extra ticket sales should easily cover Carruth's initial $7,000 budget. Read full review
Doesn't always work, but it challenges, nonetheless. Read full review
May be too clever for its own good. Essentially, it's the story of weekend scientists who build a time machine in a suburban garage. But this nearly gets lost in a miasma of technical jargon and scientific conjecture. Read full review
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