The Mandela Effect


Drama / Sci-Fi / Thriller

IMDb Rating 5.7 10 245


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Clarke Peters as Maurice
Robin Lord Taylor as Punk Kid
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707.89 MB
23.976 fps
80 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by alexalex-44708 5 / 10 / 10

Loved the idea, not so thrilled about the result.

As a fan of conspiracies for entertainment purposes I was really happy to find this film. The acting was pretty good and the plot too, but I still felt something was lacking from the film. Might be more enjoyable for those who already know about this particular conspiracy, rather than for those who have never heard of it.

Reviewed by TwistedContent 10 / 10 / 10

An Uninteresting Take on an Intriguing Subject

Tricks of the mind, psychological phenomenons and conspiracy theories are very intriguing themes & promising plot devices - provided the effort, of course. "The Mandela Effect" is a small scale indie scifi drama/thriller and I do deem it quite effortful, just not in all the right areas. If you want an in-depth or just a fresher look at the phenomenon of mandela effect - this movie is not it. "The Mandela Effect" has a few things going for it. A few minutes in & it's more than obvious that the budget was small, but the enthusiasm of filmmaking is there & technically it's an allright indie feature. Charlie Hofheimer & Aleksa Palladino provide decent performances & it was nice seeing my beloved Penguin from "Gotham" or Robin Lord Taylor, although portraying an uninteresting character this time. And Clarke Peters simply didn't get enough screen time. The effort can also be appreciated in all of the visual aspects of "The Mandela Effect", cinematography's not exceptional, at all, but not sloppy either. The problem, however, is that, for a movie based on such an interesting subject,which has sparked and still sparks infinite discussions, it's just.. an uninteresting take on it. Grantedly, topics like this one don't have any definite resolutions, but it has no boundaries in creativity when trying to depict it in arts and fiction. "The Mandela Effect" tries to keep the story up and going with only half succesfully focusing on the tragedy that's tormenting our two main charaters, while all the other themes - the intriguing ones - eventually just wind up nowhere. "the Mandela Effect" will get you intrigued, then drag for a bit in the middle & end it all vaguely beautifully and also highly unsatisfyingly. It almost feels like it could've been a bit better if they just renamed it as something not widely known & changed the narration just a bit. Promising secrets and mystery solutions, "The Mandela Effect" provides only an average indie flick with a disappointing core shtick. My rating: 5/10.

Reviewed by ncledge 10 / 10 / 10

Best Adaptation of Theoretical Physics Ever

Just wow. In case you are not somewhat familiar with string theory, quantum entanglement, a few others. Will leave some useful links below. Movie was done with exceptional understanding of it's subject matter and well put together. Not overly polished but it doesn't need it. This writer/director also basically wrote my entire life story but with certain things complety opposite in my current life. Too many things to mention but I'll just say calling it uncanny is the understatement of the millennium. May write a short essay/story to the writer. No known state until observed. Entanglement has occurred in my life twice both occurred shortly (1-3 days) after deep meditation while listening to beats and obtaining the light as I call it. Much like this author I have been seeking answers for quite a while and while I feel I have found a few they are not provable. Yet:) This movie actually gave me an idea about time travel. And much like Interstellar's time travel is based on solid theorem this movie no doubt will stand the test of time as we advance our species towards type 1 then 2 civilization. -anonymous;) "Just as true humor is laughter at oneself, true humanity is knowledge of oneself" -Alan Watts

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