I'll Follow You Down


Action / Drama / Mystery / Sci-Fi

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 33%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 31%
IMDb Rating 6.1 10 5413


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Rufus Sewell as Gabriel
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23.976 fps
1hr 33 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by A_Different_Drummer 8 / 10

Brilliantly flawed.. but ambitious as Heck!

The fact that the writer and director are one and the same is your first tipoff that this film is going to be .... unusual.

It is very hard to review. I am not complaining. Just pointing out that any "easy" critiques are likely to be wrong.

For a time travel film, it probably has the least amount of time travel ever. That is a record.

For a sci-fi film it probably has the least amount of sci-fi ever. Another strange record.

It does work well as a high concept drama, the kind of thing Woody Allen likes to de-construct in his darker moments. It gets a lot of traction of the notion that, if you were in a relationship that you liked, but that relationship resulted from mishaps in the time-stream which you MAY be able to fix, and that time-stream had a lot of other really bad stuff in it, should you risk the repair even though you may throw the baby out with the bathwater? Literally.

But as I said, there are flaws. The acting, with the exception of Anderson and Sewell, both of whom get limited screen time, never quite reaches the levels it was supposed to reach.

There is a particular scene where a damaged young man tracks his own father back in time to correct an "error" (said father having attempted time travel, and never returned) and, as an older adult, confronts his own father in a quiet diner with a litany of the lives he destroyed by chasing his passion for experimentation. At first the father has no idea who is confronting him or why. Then the penny drops -- it is his fully-grown son! Now if you are a film buff, then you know a scene that powerful should resonate off the scale. The idea is brilliant. It is right up there with the "blackout" scene in HERE COMES MR JORDAN, itself one of the most powerful scenes in film history, The scene works. But only to a fraction of its real potential.

Just like the rest of this film.

Reviewed by WildWombatt 7 / 10

I Like This Movie

"I'll Follow You Down" is a decent movie that contains pleasant actors. I didn't have much of a high expectation for this movie, nor did I know what it was about when I first saw it, but found myself involved with the story line as well as its characters. It's an adequate drama/mystery/time travel movie that has an overall good story development and message.

The movie centers a lot around family, and a mystery that has to do with a boy's missing father. Although the movie caught my attention from the beginning, I did find the middle part of the story a bit slow, but it got more interesting as the movie progresses - and it carried all the way through the rest of the movie. I recommend watching this if you're into a bit of time traveling, mystery, and drama.

Reviewed by SilkeJ 7 / 10

Enjoyed it

This came on TV the other day and I had nothing else to do. I didn't know what the movie was about, or who the actors were. I recognized Haley Joel Osment, and kind of did a double take. (More of the "Yikes. Has it been that long?" kind.) The story is a sci-fantasy story, but that's not the driving factor. There is little (almost none) in the way of special effects, and it doesn't need it. The plot centers around Erol, whose father left for a conference, and disappeared. But there is more to it than just a disappearance, and with his grandfather he figures it all out. I thought the acting could have been better in places, as it was very character driven. I won't put spoilers, but I didn't see the ending coming. Definitely worth getting the popcorn out for.

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