Pssst, want to check out Coherence in our new look?
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This is a really entertaining sci-fi you would do well to grab.
Twists and turns, ups and downs, slow and fast. Mixing it up and taking no prisoners. The Roswell thing was a brilliant tongue-in-cheek moment. Initial pacing is a bit clumsy but stick with it and be rewarded.
Films like this is why I love books by Thomas Pynchon and Phillip K Dick. Does everything make sense? No. Is it unique and completely engrossing? Yes. What the fuck else do you need in a film?
A nice surprise. I guess the best way to describe it is as Schrodinger's dinner party. Friends experience a strange event when a comet passes too close to the Earth and must, as the movie progresses, figure out what's going on before parallel dinner parties start intruding. It's exactly the kind of puzzle movie you can do with the genre absent any kind of budget. Even the casting is done on a shoestring, with various TV stars you forgot all about popping in (including Nick Brendon from Buffy in a somewhat meta role). Recommended for fans of Community; they'll understand why. And if you like to overthink things, there's one version of events that's a real twister (but I think the truth is more simpler, personally).
to see which of your friends have seen this movie!