The film's temporal ineptitude would give Doc Brown a seizure, suggesting that an evolutionary mishap alters some creatures but conveniently leaves our bland heroes -- and Ben Kingsley's silly wig -- completely unchanged.
We bought the triple-feature DVD primarily for "Frequency" which we really like, but figured the other 2 movies were just a bonus. But after watching the movie "15 Minutes" for just a short time, we had to turn it off. Though this movie back cover warned about the language, it was far worse than we'd heard in a long time. There was hardly a sentence spoken by the main actor that didn't include really foul language & profanity. It was totally unnecessary. It was way beyond bad & it took away from being able to focus on the plot.
We would not recommend this movie or triple feature whatsoever because of including this parti-
cular movie. We turned this DVD back in because of this one movie included & bought "Frequency" as a single DVD-a much better choice.
First of all whats up with all the Boost Mobile phones? Second, whats with the candy out the mouth? Other than the spirits this movie isn't all that great I suggest maybe renting it or borrowing from a friend. I was rather dissapointed in this movie.
Burns manages to take on a laundry list of touchy issues in a relatively frank, unflinching manner. His characters retain their dignity and integrity without false dramatic redemption. It's a true adult saga.