The Butterfly Effect

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The Butterfly Effect 1 The Butterfly Effect Jerald Brooks ENG 225: Introduction to Film Professor: Brad Waltman Date: June 24, 2009
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The Butterfly Effect 2 The Butterfly Effect is one of the most meaningful movies of all time. The love of a man and a woman comes down to a simple effect. He can change his past but it leads to other problems, what was he thinking? You cannot change one thing and not expect the whole world to change. Even knew what would happen, all he wanted to do was to save her. It all started when he was a boy, meeting his father for the first time. Falling in love with Kayleigh, only meaning to protect her not hurt her. The movie is a perfect time peace; it goes from Evan’s childhood to being in college. In college he experiences more blackouts than he has through his entire youth. Why does he experience black outs? He has what is known as The Butterfly Effect. This effect enables him to change what is wrong with his life. He believes in changing one thing that everything would be perfect. Things were perfect for a while until he ended up in prison. Of course he will not be happy; he changed the course of history. The movie is mainly about holding onto a love that you believe will never leave you. The love Evan, and Kayleigh share is strong enough to make anyone smile. The movie means a lot to a lot of people. I feel close to it because ever since I was five I have had my share of blackouts. Doctors could not tell what it was from; therefore they ask me to go to a specialist. Movies in general play a part in everyone’s lives; this one plays a huge part in
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