• Publication date: January 7, 2011

The Butterfly Effect The Butterfly Effect

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Asthon Kutcher plays Evan, a psychology college student who suffers from unexplainable moments ...

Asthon Kutcher plays Evan, a psychology college student who suffers from unexplainable moments in his life in which he blacks out. This has been happening to him ever since he can remember and his mother often thought he made up his strange episodes to get out of trouble. However, when Evan decides one day to pick up a journal he has kept ever since he was seven, a decision he took way back to keep his memory intact, he finds himself sent back to the time of the event in the entry and fully aware. Evan begins to redo parts of his past by taking alternate decisions than he did as an attempt to heal old wounds. The one wrong he wishes to undo is to prevent his childhood sweetheart, Kayleigh (Amy Smart) from being hurt and traumatized by her abusive father. While Evan succeeds in some of his missions back to the past, his decisions have other repercussions that he could never have been anticipated, alongside suffering brain damage each time he downloads his new memories in his alternate present. This movie is rated R for violence, sexual content, language and brief drug use