The movie is Groundhog Day meets 12:01 meets The Hitcher.
I don't want to give any of the plot away as it's best not knowing much about it and just letting it play out.
James Belushi is great in this and Kylie Travis is also very good (she gave up acting in 2001 though) and it's almost like a 2 actor play although there are other actors in it (not many) like Frank Whaley (swimming with Sharks).
The movie is well shot and the fx are good for it's low budget.
Well worth an hour and a half of your time.
What if you could go back in time to save a life? What if you could avert disaster? Karen Warren finds herself in the middle of an emergency, with the power to turn back the clock and rescue a battered woman. Her car breaks down on a hot Texas afternoon, and Frank, a despicable and lecherous man, gives her a ride. On the way, he begins to fight with his wife. The wife is accidentally killed, and Karen runs in terror from the car and into the United States supercollider laboratory looking for help. Instead, she stumbles onto a scientific experiment and is sent back in time.
If you like endless shooting, endless road rage and endless nonsense. Oh, by the way, our psychiatrist lady is a horrible shot. Frank, like some monster, just can't be eliminated.
M. Emmet Walsh
Producer: David Bixler
Screenplay: Phillip Badger
Co-Producer : Jesse J. Donnelly
Production Designer: Philip Duffin
Co-Producer : Kelley Feldson-Reynolds
Editor: Glenn Garland
Screenplay: Michael Hamilton-Wright
Producer: Brad Krevoy
Executive Producer: Jeffrey D. Ivers
Cinematographer: George Mooradian
Producer: Michel Nadeau
Director: Louis Morneau
Composer: Tim Truman
Line Producer: Candace Veach
Producer: Steve Stabler
Screenplay: Robert Strauss (II)
Costume Designer: Alexandra Welker
What if you could go back in time, knowing what would happen, and change it?
That's what happens in this film, but sadly, all the things our heroine tries to change only end up making things worse.
What are the filmmakers trying to tell us here? That, if you try to change the future, you will inevitably make a pig's breakfast of it? Or is it just that this particular character fails to learn the crucial lesson(s) which would enable her to make everything better.
I think it must be the latter. But let's face it, if she made everything better the first time around, it wouldn't be a very interesting movie, would it? Everyone gets off on catastrophe.