PG-13 | | Drama, Horror, Mystery
Tree Gelbman discovers that dying over and over was surprisingly easier than the dangers that lie ahead.
Like in the first film where Carter announces the story bearing similarities to the plot of Groundhog Day, he establishes the similarities with this sequels' plot to Back to the Future Part II (1989). There are also some small nods to the film, like the wood chipper being from "Biff's Tree Removal", and also a clock tower scene.
Tree Gelbman: So, we have a little favor to ask...
Dean Roger Bronson: Can I help you?
Danielle Bouseman: Oh, perdn. I appear to be, uh, very lost.
Dean Roger Bronson: Roger Bronson. I'm the dean of the school.
Danielle Bouseman: Oh, bonjour. My name is, uh, Amelie Le Pew.
Dean Roger Bronson: Oh. You must be with the exchange program.
Danielle Bouseman: Ah, oui, ...
MRI machines do not turn on/off like that. First of all, MRI's are always on, even at night. There is an OFF button, but only for severe emergencies, because once the MRI is turned off - it takes weeks and thousands of dollars to turn it back on. Therefore, as soon as Tree and Gregory enter the room, her screwdriver and his gun would be pulled to the machine. The wheelchair would already be stuck to the machine (there was no reason to put one in an MRI room).
The first short section of the opening credits is played over various angles and shots of the time distortion device.
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