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Jack is a very supportive uncle to Ashley, always there when she calls. He plays a big role in her life due to her mother being busy a lot, and her dad living a gangster lifestyle. One day he (Jack) receives a frantic call from Ashley that gets cut short. When Jack arrives at Ashley's house and finds the whole family dead. Later he starts receiving calls from Ashley who is calling from the past. Jack must help Ashley change her almost inevitable fate.Written by
Filmed under the title, Only You, in July 2017, but not released until being screened at festivals in January 2019, under the title, Relive. It finally went into wide release in August 2019, under the equally pointless, randomly selected title, Don't Let Go. See more »
I watched this movie when it was still under the title of "Relive". A cop learns his niece and her parents are killed. He soon starts receiving phone calls from his dead niece. Is it her ghost calling from the other side? No, it's her calling from the past, two weeks before her and her family are killed. The cop then tries to prevent their murder.
This movie is a revisited, modern version of the movie "Frequency" (2000) starring Jim Caviezel and Dennis Quaid. Instead of a father and son duo connecting through time, it's now an uncle and niece. A cell phone in place of a ham radio for communication among other differences. I'm not gonna reveal more on the movie to not spoil it.
Is the movie good? I think so. Are there better movies out there? Absolutely and definitely worse ones. I just dont think it's worth paying the price of a movie theatre ticket to watch this. You can stay in more comfortable at home and make it a movie night. Pay way less to stream the original and other movies with the money you saved on the ticket in any of the innumerable streaming services available.
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