The Butterfly Effect: A young man struggling to access sublimated childhood memories finds a technique that allows him to travel back to the past. Occupying his childhood body, he is able to change history. But every change he makes has unexpected consequences...
The Butterfly Effect 2: After his girlfriend is killed in a car accident Nick struggles to cope with the grief. He is tempted to use his ability to go back to the past to save her, but in messing with the past he causes dire consequences for the present.
The Butterfly Effect 3: Revelation: Sam's ability has been both a blessing and curse, he can help the police solve crimes, but can make no move to intervene in what he sees. But when a woman from his childhood comes begging for help in solving her sister's murder, he finds himself drawn to breaking his golden rule.
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The Butterfly Effect possesses the interesting premise of changing the past to correct the mistakes of the present, which only causes mayhem for the future. Three movies for the price of one, so good value. The first movie is the strongest of the three and the cinematic release is included here (Director's Cut on the DVD).
I love this story, very clever and thoroughly enjoyable.