We all wonder what it would be like to change the present by altering the past; to have the power to right a wrong or to save sombody's life. This thrilling sequel to The Butterfly Effect starring Ashton Kutcher, delves further into the disturbing and often life-threating effects that this kind of power can have, whether in the wrong or right hands. After his girlfriend, Julie (Erica Durance Smallville), and two best friends are killed in a tragic auto accident, Nick struggles to cope with his loss and grief. Suffering from migrane-like seizures, Nick soon discovers that he has the power to change the past via his memories. However, his time-travelling attempts alter the past and save his one true love have unexpected and dire consequences in the present.
- The Butterfly Effect 2 review by Stephen
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After watching The Butterfly Effect recently, I was looking forward to another roller-coaster ride with the sequel. Unfortunately this sequel doesn't deliver. The plot is very thin and largely seems to serve as a vehicle for the main character's fantasies of other women and what he could get away with. And, to top it all, just as I was thinking "perhaps this will improve soon" the film ended - a mere 88 minutes long.
In short, if you liked the first film don't bother with the second!!!!