This is a strange time shifting story. I know a little about quantum theory and entanglement but the writers of this one wrote a story that you pretty much had to be an expert on their version of time travel to follow. The plot was extremely difficult to keep up with and how things happened were never really explained. You were just expected to believe what they told you and ignore the 6000 holes in their time traveling science.
The acting was quite good especially from Courtney Hope the star and the costars too. CH is a gorgeous lady who can act (she's a soap opera actress) but the writing was so bad she had to overact a bit. She was all that made the scenes tolerable for me and is the only reason I didn't give this movie only 1 star.
There was almost no special effects. When time shifted, you just saw a slight light change and swooshing sound and the times were different. I couldn't keep up at all with where she was in her timeline even near the end when they poorly tried to tie it all together. The plot was just thoroughly full of gaps in logic not at all related to the changing timelines. They also keep showing closeups of certain objects like they will be important in a later part of the plot but are not really ever shown as having major significance.
Spoiler alert.....Don't read farther if you don't want to know some movie points...
Also I found it odd that Cassandra was blogging on her phone to someone who must be following her on the net as she switched back and forth in time. Wouldn't that mean the blogs would not be in order for her later timeline viewers and not available at all to her earlier timeline viewers? How would they make any sense of it as they are not moving backwards and forwards through time with her? And as she changed the timeline, wouldn't her viewers or listeners in one timeline get a different story than those in another?
Also she was somehow protected by the timeline burning her up when she climbed into a tub of some ice water. When you see her unconscious at the other end, only her lower torso was in the water. So wouldn't her head and chest have burn't up? Also you see just a few bags of ice when they start to fill a tub. You know how many dozens of bags of ice it would take to fill a deep cast iron tub?
And her dad says he followed her through time as she got closer to the truth and leaves her clues as a homeless man. She also kept leaving clues for herself. Instead of leaving stupid little riddle clues, why didn't she just tell her past self point blank what she needed to do. Why didn't her father just tell her what was needed to end it. Why act like a homeless man giving little riddles she clearly didn't understand till too late to act on them? Dad then states that only people with their blood can travel to explain why the doctor burn't up near the beginning even in the ice water. Huh? So why did she need ice water then?
Also what purpose did the token genius oriental kid serve? He seemed to not even be needed for the story progression and didn't do anything in the story. Did they think they just needed a smart kid part to validate their screwy science?
I like scifi and time travel movies. But the whole plot of this movie made no sense. Maybe my timeline isn't quantum entangled enough with her's to see it?
I can't recommend this movie. I am preparing my ice bath as I intend to travel back in my past to leave myself clues not to watch this movie therefore freeing up time for my future self to watch something else. (Makes about as much sense as this movie did.)