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Film Review - Entanglement

ENTANGLEMENT 3

I’m sure the producers of “Entanglement” are in a difficult position when it comes to selling a semi-strange movie. The marketing is slightly misleading, depicting the endeavor as a Shane Carruth-style brain bleeder, but the actual effort is a bit warmer and funnier than expected. Director Jason James and screenwriter Jason Filiatrault set out to explore the power of chance and the comfort of delusion, but they don’t leave Earth for extended periods of time, remaining accessible as a relationship drama and a depiction of a mental breakdown, all the while adding human touches to keep the picture approachable. “Entanglement” has a few issues with revelations, but it remains a compelling march across a broken heart, examining tricks from the human mind and soulful needs, with James doing his best to balance the enigmatic with the completely relatable.  Read the rest at Blu-ray.com

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