Stasis 2017 is about After a night out of partying and left behind by her friends, Ava wakes up and sneaks back home only to find that she’s already safe in bed. But that’s not Ava – it’s someone who looks just like her. A time-traveling fugitive from the future has jumped back in time and stolen the teenager’s body, her identity, and her life. What’s more – she’s not alone. There are others, hiding in the past, secretly living among us, plotting to alter the future. Without her body, Ava is a virtual ghost, silent and invisible to the world. And, so far as she knows, she’s the only one who can stop them and put the timeline back on course. Written by Anonymous
Stasis 2017 was recommended to me in the new releases category on Netflix. So I gave it a go, trying not to be biased by the bad ratings it has already got. But oh boy… The plot of the story is in short that the world is in ruins after a nuclear war that almost wiped out the entire human species. The remaining survivors enlist to become time traveling agents to stop the war from ever happening. These agents are also rebels and when there’s rebels there’s an almost omnipotent evil government-like force trying to stop the rebels from preventing the war. (Sounds like something I’ve watched before) I tend to have faith in ridiculous movie concepts, because those movies do, from time to time, blow me away. But I lost faith after the first 3 minutes and kept watching out of curiosity. My god the movie sin counter was off the charts on this one. Trying to create cheesy movie- catchphrases, bad clichés of every sort, that made me cringe at multiple occasions, CCTV has the exact same shot on monitor as in the actual scene, gaping plot holes. No well written characters, dialogue or conflicts.