Circle Circuit

2.45
Average: 2.5 (5 votes)
The Time Travel Movie
Christchurch > 07
Yeet for this film! Much better story than last years. We may have been known as S.J Productions back then but that was a past life LOL! Film is about some stoners who build an elaborate time machine from old electronics and trip the switch breaker thinking they have time traveled when in reality they are just in the dark.
MistaTeas
3.01

A group of flat mates take a bad trip? Anyway they build a time-machine.

Is this the one where they all appeared to be getting high? This actually had a really awesome looking start and then kind of dropped. The laugh track I didn't get.

Certainly interesting...

Your spinning effect was pretty neat. Some good moments with the conversation about time travel, I really enjoyed the last scene I thought it was very clever.

The shot set up was a little messy, would have been good if every character was framed the same to have some consistency.

Good use of stock footage.
Fun concept.
I didn’t understand the laugh track
Was the circle thing from that 70s show?
Curb your Enthusiasm music?

Weeeerid.

I liked that they got paranoid

Alexander Jones
city manager

A lot of ideas in this film, but I'm not sure any were fully fleshed out.

The concept of stoners time travelling is a great one though, but would have loved to have seen them actually travel to other eras, and seen what shenanigans they could get up to.

TITLE REVIEW: Circle Circuit... Hmm because of the That 70's Show circle? and the Circuit? I mean, it works!

A well shot movie with a that 70 show vibe including the canned laughter, not sure if it really nailed the genre but not bad

Galen
4.06

I didn't like the style of most of the film with the brief shots with one person in them and the whole idea of building a time machine and going back too far didn't seem particularly original but then the final twist of it not happening at all was really good and bumped you from 3 to 4 star. Although given that there was no time travel did it really nail the genre? Creative subversion though.