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Frank Cox
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From: Melville Saskatchewan Canada
Registered: Apr 2011

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This movie is, of course, Groundhog Day with a murder. And it's not bad at all, certainly a lot better than a lot of slasher flicks.

It's actually a puzzle movie where you try to figure out who the killer is along with the heroine. And when you finally reach the big reveal, it becomes quite obvious in hindsight that they provided lots of clues throughout the movie that point to the killer. I didn't figure it out myself, but someone might be able to do so by paying close attention to the details as the movie progresses.

But if you know how it turns out, it wouldn't be any fun. Otherwise, it's not bad. Horror movies aren't really my favourite genre, but this one is interesting.

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