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Palm Springs
Palm Springs

Year Released: 2020

Staring: Andy Samberg, Cristin Milioti, J.K. Simmons

Director: Max Barbakow

Plot

Stuck in a time loop, two wedding guests develop a budding romance while living the same day over and over again.

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"If you enjoy reading my Spoiler-Free reviews, please follow my blog @ https://www.msbreviews.com If you've been following me for a while, you know I'm not the biggest fan of rom-coms. It's not that I don't like the genre (I appreciate and enjoy every single one), but I find its movies tremendously difficult to *really* love. The massive majority follow the genre's formulas and cliches to such an extent that I rarely end up truly loving one of these films. Some are way too cheesy. Others are "

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"If you're looking for a wholesome heartwarming movie, This is the movie you're looking for."

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"Great watch, will watch again, and can recommend, especially for fans of "time shifting" tropes. Time shifting is where your mind goes back in time, but not your body. Essentially everything resets like a save point, except your have all this knowledge. "Time shifting" was made popular by "Groundhog's Day" and there have been several movies that mainly consist of dying / sleeping and repeating like a video game, and this isn't THAT different with a few exceptions that make all the differe"

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"This is a reimagining of Groundhog Day, but I think it stands pretty well on its own merits. Groundhog Day did not attempt to explain what was going on, but in Palm Springs, some talk of physics and what might happen if they tried - well, never mind. Who am I to give anything away? The plot is more complicated than it seemed, and that is a good thing. There is humor, of course, and good chemistry between the two leads, I thought. There was enough difference between each of the replays of the "

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"The multi-genre “Palm Springs” is an oddball, sci-fi rom-com about loneliness and love, a thoughtful story of existential consternation with a sharp-witted joke library. The film, written by Andy Siara and directed by Max Barbakow, is a weird hipster version of “Groundhog Day,” with a story about two semi-dorks stuck in an infinite loop where they must relive the same sunrise to sunset over and over again. November 9th is the perfect date for a Palm Springs destination wedding, and Sarah (Cri"

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