Release date : 29 September , 2023
Genre : Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Mystery
Duration : 1 Hour and 39 minutes
57 Seconds (2023) Ratings & Review:
- latestmoviesreview Rating : (1.5/5)
- IMDb Rating : (5.2/10)
Budget : $8.3 million
Based On : “Lucifer” by E.C. Tubb
Language : English
Director : Rusty Cundieff
Producer : Griff Furst, Thomas P. Vitale, Lori McCreary, Gary Lucchesi, Petr Jákl
Cinematography By: Andrew Strahorn
Production : R.U. Robot Studios, Highland Film Group, Revelations Entertainment
Music : Nathan Furst
Star Cast : Josh Hutcherson, Morgan Freeman
When a tech blogger lands an interview with a tech guru and stops an attack on him, he finds a mysterious ring that takes him back 57 seconds into the past.
Plot: What’s the story about?
A time-traveling device is found by a tech blogger, who uses it to remake history and exact vengeance on the brutal corporate empire that ruined his family. However, these actions eventually set off a terrible series of occurrences that thrust him into a life-or-death struggle where every second counts.
The trailer for ‘57 SECONDS’ starring Josh Hutcherson, Lovie Simone and Morgan Freeman has been released.
In theaters and VOD on September 29. pic.twitter.com/Fp1G5RwNti
— Film Updates (@FilmUpdates) July 25, 2023
What’s 57 Seconds About?
The movie appears to be exciting and action-packed. The story of a tech blogger taking down a pharmaceutical company with the aid of a tech genius offers plenty of room for twists and turns, but things don’t go as planned as the time travel begins to have an impact on Franklin’s relationships and things start to go south when he sets off a terrifying chain of events, “propelling him into a pulse-pounding battle for survival where every second counts.”
Cundieff is the ideal choice to assist the thriller because of his many credits in the horror and comic genres, including the Tales from the Hood trilogy, Fear of a Black Hat, and Chappelle’s Show. “Today we have tools at our disposal that allow us to respond to events at the moment, short-circuiting our time to be thoughtful and consider the consequences,” he said in reference to the initiative. In 57 Seconds, the relationship between emotions and the fundamental human need to solve problems swiftly via technology—be it a computer, a rifle, or a pill—is explored.
The film’s screenplay, which he co-wrote with Macon Blair, is rated R due to its graphic depiction of violence. The film also stars Lovie Simone, Greg Germann, Bevin Bru, Sammi Rotibi, Mark Jacobson, D.A. Obahor, David Kallaway, AJ Rome, Kenneth Kynt Bryan, Matthew Jayson Cwern, and Marcus Brown in addition to the aforementioned A-listers. One item to keep an eye out for is 57 Seconds, which has incredible abilities both in front of and behind the camera.
Produced by Griff Furst (Where All Light Tends to Go), Lori McCreary (Invictus), Gary Lucchesi (Million Dollar Baby), and Thomas P. Vitale (Slasher), 57 Seconds is a Curmudgeon Films and Revelations Entertainment production. Ford Corbett, Som Kohanzadeh, Yoram Kohanzadeh, and Miguel Sandoval served as the movie’s executive producers.
Highland Film Group, which is representing the film’s foreign rights and will begin selling it at the next European Film Market, co-finances 57 Seconds. Domestic rights are represented by CAA Media Finance.
On September 29, 57 Seconds will make its internet and theatrical debuts.