Though not exactly excited at the prospect of watching yet another Ashton Kutcher movie, my ever blossoming interest eventually won out and was presented with a genuinely engaging movie. Though eventually you realize that, throughout Kutcher's continued desire to repeated change the past is supposedly to help people for the better, rather than his real motive to assuage his own guilt at making another horrendous impact or, in effect, realize the fruits of his own selfish ambitions to begin with. To that end, Kutcher's character essentially does what he always does, which makes it that much easier not to pity or feel any actual shred of sympathy for his character. He was just that way from the start. It's not a bad movie either (I mean, I am giving it 3 stars for a reason), but it's impossible for it to have a lasting impact either, just as it's impossible to feel for the characters all that much, except for maybe a deep loathing of Tommy. Probably doesn't matter though: in twenty years, people won't even remember this movie exists.