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mostlywright said:Gahh-now my brain is frozen again. If she blew the goat out of the time loop-then it wouldn't be in their time loop. But when Roy goes to blow himself out of the time loop, wouldn't the goat be there again?
But, when that happens, there is still a version of you (or whatever) that becomes a part of the loop for everyone still stuck in the loop. When Nyles is freed, the version of him that remains is Nyles as he experienced the wedding day on his very first pass. That’s why he’s wearing the tux and doesn’t know Roy in the mid-credits scene.
C’mon... you’re acting like this is complicated or something.
Since Groundhog Day, there have been plenty of these time-loop movies that have tried to do something worthwhile with the basic idea.
Not only does "Palm Springs" do this successfully... it knocks it out of the park. It's a truly worthy (perhaps the first worthy) successor to the genre creating Groundhogs Day.
I'd love for Jim and Aron to do a review.
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