Déjà Vu

MPAA Rated – PG-13
It’s 2:08 Long
A Review by:
The Dude on the Right

Déjà vu
Movie Stats & Links
Starring: Denzel Washington, Val Kilmer
MPAA Rated: PG-13
Released By: Toucstone Picures
Release Date: 2006
Directed By: Tony Scott

Denzel Washington is Doug. He’s an ATF agent investigating a case, only all of a sudden it is cases of déjà vu that start to lead our hero, Doug, through his crack investigating and hoping to solve a case before more bad stuff happens.

Sure, the premise sounds kind of goofy, but Tony Scott is directing, from “Man on Fire” and “Enemy of the State” fame, and Jerry Bruckheimer is producing so that usually means some good action, and Denzel is the lead, and he usually seems to have a good eye for exciting, thrilling scripts. I am looking for the next trailer before I see where this ends up on my viewing calendar, but right now the right people are involved.

(DOTR Update: I just saw the next trailer for this movie and now I’m not so excited. Why? Because the déjà vu that Doug is supposedly able to experience is due to some crazy government project that can see, transport you, feed you memories in the past of events that have already happened. I would have preferred if they just kept the original idea of déjà vu a reality, and not some wacky science project.)

That’s it for this preview! I’m The Dude on the Right!! L8R!!!