Conclusion: Safety Not Guaranteed is light on bonus features and plagued by kind of unsightly digital video. Still, as one of the most charming and arresting films of the year thus far, it is well worth seeing.
Excerpt: Substituting charm, and sometimes quirk, for special effects, the no-budget time-travel caper Safety Not Guaranteed squeaks by on goodwill and guarded expectations. Aubrey Plaza plays a Seattle magazine intern whose interest is piqued by a classified ad looking for a time-travel partner.
Summary: Safety IS somewhat guaranteed in Colin Trevorrow’s modestly enjoyable indie, which takes its plot from a real-life magazine ad that became an internet meme in the mid-2000s. The idea of someone looking for a partner to join them on a time travelling expedition is high concept heaven, loaded with the...
Excerpt: This quirky character, who believes without a doubt he can time travel, has a lasting effect on everyone he comes across. Whether they be amused, surprised, annoyed, or just plain curious, they are all drawn compellingly into his world.
Excerpt: #Sitges2012 - Indiefilm och tidsresor brukar sällan - om inte aldrig - gå hand i hand. I den här fyndiga, lilla komedin är det dock just en planerad tidsresa i en påstått fungerande tidsmaskin som påverkar en trio tidningsreportrars liv.