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badblokebob's avatar


Just when you think time loop comedies have already been repetitiously overdone (irony), this breath of fresh air comes along.
4 years ago
Axel Fritzler's avatar

Axel Fritzler

This 2020 was the perfect timing for a rom-com about being lonely and the need to share your life with someone else because everyday feels the same.
4 years ago
Siskoid's avatar


Palm Springs is a perfectly pleasant time loop movie that distinguishes itself thanks to its stars - nobody needs to twist my arm to watch Andy Samberg, Cristin Milioti or J.K. Simmons, and together they're great - and with a couple of twists on the formula. Chief among these is that they are trapped in the time loop together, which gives the film the chance to explore what it means to be facing eternity with someone else, and further what dynamic would be created if one of the people were responsible for giving the other that kind of immortality. It certainly sparks discussion, and not just of the metaphysical sort, as there are a couple of ambiguous moments that will have some spinning theories (which I think is usually a good thing for SF movies, though I'm not sure the paradoxes actually make sense if you look at them too hard). The important thing is whether it's funny - yes, it is - romantic - yes, that too - and has something to say about the human condition - in Simmons' character perhaps more than the others, but sure.
3 years 12 months ago
dippygirl78's avatar


Groundhog Day with a difference! Bloody loved this, Andy Samberg at his very best!
3 years 2 months ago
Jace Lightner's avatar

Jace Lightner

So, SO good because the film is surprisingly unique in its execution and plotlines with lots of endearing moments, laugh out loud scenes coupled with some brilliant acting not to mention that personally, I'd love to be in a timeloop like this... i'd do so many cool things and definitely end up watching every movie ever directed hahaha and just do legendary stuff "everyday" but in all seriousmess, a stellar movie which I would highly recommend for anyone who is looking for something fun to immerse themselves in!

(This was one sentence but I think Andy Samberg did a much better job!)
3 years 2 months ago
frankqb's avatar


What a surprising delight.
3 years 9 months ago
mcmakattack's avatar


Super dern fun, the chemistry between the two leads is intoxicating. Makes me actually care about the love story, which seems to be uncommon lately. Mostly this movie just tosses up a good premise and knocks it out of the park. Came out in early COVID times and reflects the themes we were experiencing during quarantine of isolation and boring helplessness. Seems as representative of that time as Tiger King, but this has a lot of heart to it.
11 months 4 weeks ago
Torgo's avatar


This made me smile so much.
3 years 4 months ago
chunkylefunga's avatar


Interesting to include other people in the time loop.

Would have been more interesting to see a truer flection of time. Made it look like it was a couple of months instead of 40 years.

Also should really have made the characters smarter about certain things as Andy is basically 80 in the movie :D
3 years 8 months ago
SkilledLunatic's avatar


This was actually surprisingly good although I did come into it with low expectations.
2 years 5 months ago
Emiam's avatar


6 + / 10
Viaplay. Interesting theme as they borrowed from Monday all week (Groundhog Day), although this is not a clean-haired comedy.
2 years 7 months ago
boulderman's avatar


Ending wasn't essential. Great film. 8/10
3 years 3 months ago
jlfitz's avatar


streaming on hulu
3 years 4 months ago
topichtennis's avatar


I guess I'm not hip enough for this style of comedy.
3 years 5 months ago
buc86's avatar


You need to read this on the non-beta version of the site.

I just have one question after watching this and it involves a major spoiler.
3 years 5 months ago

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