Hi! Do you remember blogs? Well, this used to be one. Now it just serves as an archive for my multiple Twitter accounts.
Try as I might to forgo my multiple prejudices (wow, where are all these words coming from?), I have some trouble buying Ashton Kutcher as a clever, tortured psychology student. The actor playing his character at age 7 is almost more convincing.
As for the script itself, which was heavily recommended to me by at least… uh, several people, I think, it’s not that great. Unless the problem’s with direction (besides the lead actor). Either way, there’s something quite not working and the movie could be that much better.
A little nitpick while we’re at it, since that’s what I do: Carlos shouldn’t see the scars appear; he should have always seen them. Doesn’t matter, because it only affects a detail of the story; what’s more annoying (or at least frustrating) is the way the “theory” is never explained at all. Figures: come to think of it, it makes absolutely no sense.