Uncertainty (2008)

Not Rated   |    |  Drama, Romance, Thriller


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A young couple, in love and facing a life-changing decision, find one seemingly ordinary July 4th cleaved in two by the flip of a coin on the Brooklyn Bridge.


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  • Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Lynn Collins in Uncertainty (2008)
  • Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Lynn Collins in Uncertainty (2008)
  • Joseph Gordon-Levitt in Uncertainty (2008)
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20 January 2013 | BeneCumb
7
| Great performances; the plot has shortcomings though
The launch is interesting and provides opportunities for a sophisticated course of action, but it becomes confusing and inscrutable instead as there is no interconnection between the couples. Two separate movies or use of twins having something in common (=interweaving events) could have been more catchy to follow. Here, the main motive is fully revealed in the very end only and, together with the credits, you realize that you have watched 2-in-1 movie with just the characters quite similar - and the solutions are trivial and half-way. In the action part, no family is shown, and vice versa - probably deliberately.

The cast is, however, great, with leading roles performed by Lynn Collins as Kate and Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Bobby. They are both pleasant and versatile actors and movies with their presence are at least watchable, if not more. Uncertainty is not among the strongest they are in, but 1 hour 35 minutes do not let the characters become boring; admirers of Collins and Gordon-Levitt will not be disappointed.

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