BLURB:
Samantha Kingston (Zoey Deutch) seems to have it all: popularity, a loving boyfriend (Kian Lawley) and a seemingly perfect future. Everything changes in the blink of an eye when she dies in a car crash but then magically wakes up to find herself reliving the same day over and over again. As Samantha tries to untangle the mystery of a life derailed, she must also unravel the secrets of the people closest to her and discover how the power of a single day can make a difference.

REVIEW:
The movie is honestly so powerful and intriguing. I mean, the start gets a bit tiring, but then clues start to unravel as it goes on. The time loops that Sam are stuck in guides her to find out what caused the accident and how to fix it, leading to such a strong and meaningful ending. In my opinion, the movie is greatly suited for teenages, like myself, who like mystery. The movie has a good soundtrack, as well as a great choice in colour. The visuals having such a darkish, blue tone creates a sense of sadness, intensity and mystery.

QUOTES:
“It's funny, isn't it? When you are young you just want to be old, and then later you wish you could go back to being a kid.”

“How is it possible, I think, to change so much and not be able to change anything at all?”

“I used to think that's what love was: knowing someone so well he was like a part of you.”

“This is what happens when you try to help people. You get screwed.”

SOUNDTRACK:
[trailer song] Let Me Down Gently - La Roux
Dangerous - Big Data (ft. Joywave)
Genesis - Grimes
House Key - LOLAWOLF
Artangels - Grimes
#NOTYOURS - Scooter Island (ft. Junglepussy)
On the Regular - Shamir
Caribbean - Astro
Dark Liquor - Tunji Ige
w/o u - GEMS
B a noBody - SOAK
Pretty Pimpin - Kurt Vile
Skeletons - Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Water Water - Empress Of