Meh action/sci-fi/romance from the usually reliable director Tony Scott. Films directed by Scott are typical only as good as his scripts; "True Romance" or " Enemy of the State" being on the better end and "Beverly Hills Cop II" or "The Fan" being on the weaker end. This film falls on the weaker end, but like most of Scott's films, even the weaker one, it's still watchable and usually features a strong cast (Denzel Washington, Jim Caviezel, Val Kilmer, Adam Goldberg, Bruce Greenwood, and Matt Craven). The story here certainly had potential, involving a terrorist bombing investigation which ends up using time travel-like technology to unravel the mystery of the who was behind the bombing. I did like the idea of trying to come up with a plausible scientific explanation of time travel, but like a lot of time travel stories, this one ends up with some glaring plot holes. And I'm not sure I can lay blame completely on the script because the writers apparently blamed Scott for cutting out much of their script, instead focusing on action scenes and removing other section, which they said created the film's plot holes. Regardless of whoever is responsible for the weak story, the film is still watchable and reasonably enjoyable, particularly if you're a fan of Denzel, though this film could certainly have been better. Watch "Timecrimes," "Primer" or even "Looper" if you want a real mind bending time travel film.