Paul’s review of See You Yesterday

See You Yesterday is a 2019 American science fiction film directed by Stefon Bristol released on May 17, 2019. It stars Eden Duncan-Smith and Dante Crichlow as ‘CJ’ and Sebastian, two science nerds who have designed a time travel device for a science fair in the hope it gets them a college scholarship. Their test is a success and they are all set until a series of events leads them to use it to try and change the past. Unfortunately, all events have consequences and they soon realise that messing with time is not a feat to be taken lightly.

Other than the rather obvious political motivation of the writer, this movie is enjoyable with some unusual twists to an otherwise overdone storyline. If you can get over the rather poor attempt to hide PC components as state of the art electronics, and some dodgy scientific explanations, you will enjoy this.

Because of the unneeded foul language, I have lowered the score to 4 out of 5.

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2 thoughts on “Paul’s review of See You Yesterday

  1. Steven Fritchie

    This was not the type of time travel movie I thought it would be. The use of foul language may have given the film some “street cred”, but it detracted from the story. As for the “politics” of the movie, it seems a bit heavy-handed at times. I understand that life is hard in some lower income areas, but it is only appealing to “liberal guilt” and unnecessary for the advancement of the story.

  2. Remmy Meggs

    Foul, but I still enjoyed the movie. Yes, there was a lot of subtle politics, unnecessary. Paul is a science guy so I will go with what he says on that, but come on, gold plated computer boards just didn’t wash. I rate this 3 out of 5

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