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Film Review - Flashback


“Flashback” is the first feature from writer/director Christopher MacBride in eight years, having last helmed the faux documentary, “The Conspiracy.” The new picture plays like an idea that’s been brewing inside the filmmaker for a long time, finally presented with a chance to realize his dream movie after years of consideration and development. These pure intentions are somewhat lost in the overall execution, as “Flashback” is a brain-bleeder, but not an especially gripping one. There are layers for the layers in this endeavor, which follows a young man’s odyssey into his own mind, which is on the verge of shutting down, looking to regain control of his past, present, and future by renewing focus on a troubled classmate. MacBride oversees style and performance, but there’s limited appeal to the story, which is always most comfortable in puzzle mode, but the solution isn’t worth the time invested. Read the rest at Blu-ray.com


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