Ryan wakes up once, and then again, and again, and again... and in between all of these brief moments of time (9:47 minutes each) years pass, locations change, and he finds out more and more about who he is and what's really going on.
In these limited moments, he desperately tries to salvage what fragments of life he can, all the while fighting his host, whom he grows to know more about each time he wakes. His host being both himself, and the one who always seems to be near whenever he wakes: the poster guy with blue everything.
It's a Sci-fi trip with creative science, a twisted story about mind control, with fights that felt silly at first, but do get better, and both professional and creative shooting (movie shooting) that leaves you hanging. It never gets dull. Each waking moment is as much of a surprise for the viewer as it is for the main character: ever so slowly the pieces of the puzzle fall into place!
I watched this movie mostly because that guy from Three Times Dead was in this one too (Luke Hemsworth). He doesn't have a major role here either, but main actor Noel Clarke puts on an equally good show. Time and time again, the plot surprises; evolves, and with the ending twist all pieces finally fall into place... but not really. Prepare for twists!
Wasn't sure at the start, but in the end... it was a surprisingly good movie.
rated 4/5: fo shizzle