Uncertainty (2009) 720p YIFY Movie

Uncertainty (2009)

Uncertainty is a movie starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Lynn Collins, and Assumpta Serna. A young couple, in love and facing a life-changing decision, find one seemingly ordinary July 4th cleaved in two by the flip of a coin on the...

IMDB: 5.80 Likes

  • Genre: Drama | Romance
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.27G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 101
  • IMDB Rating: 5.8/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 2 / 3

The Synopsis for Uncertainty (2009) 720p

A young couple, Kate and Bobby, flip a coin on the Brooklyn bridge to determine the paths their lives take that day, the Fourth of July. The green path takes them to Brooklyn where they spend a quiet day with Kate's family, coming to a better understanding of their status as a couple. The yellow path takes them to Manhattan where they are being chased by a gunman and are in the center of a dangerous crime ring involving large amounts of money. What does the future hold for Kate and Bobby?

The Director and Players for Uncertainty (2009) 720p

[Director]Scott McGehee
[Role:]Lynn Collins
[Role:]Olivia Thirlby
[Role:]Joseph Gordon-Levitt
[Role:]Assumpta Serna

The Reviews for Uncertainty (2009) 720p

About choices and where they leadReviewed bySiamoisVote: 6/10

The movie follows two possible outcomes of a single day for Bobby (Gordon-Levitt) and Kate (Lynn Collins). The two stories are almost like parallel universes, featuring the same couple. During the film, we alternate between scenes of both of those "realities". This could have made for a confusing narrative but directors Siegel and McGehee make sure we always know which story we are following with simple devices (primarily, colors and clothing but also good editing choices and writing).

Gordon-Levitt and Collins have amazing chemistry, which is showcased in two very, very different stories. One runs very much like a down-to-earth drama, where they go spend a day with Kate's family. The other story is more akin to an action thriller on a budget, where Bobby finds a cell phone that is valuable to extremely dangerous individuals.

The starting point of the narrative split is a single decision, that is eventually made on a coin toss. The whole film appears to explore the uncertainty (duh) of choices before us and how making a decision will lead us on a path that will, again, lead to more choices. It is good food for thoughts and I could appreciate how the writers went for two radically different stories, to highlight how different the future can be.

Both stories had excellent acting and were well-paced and engaging. Where I had a bit of a problem is with the thriller story, which ended abruptly and was rather unsatisfying in its resolution. Nonetheless, the whole exercise was organic. Lynn Collins was a revelation for me. As for Joseph Gordon-Levitt, this excellent actor keeps on impressing with great performances and solid, off-beat career choices. Many people like to talk about the "curse of child actors" where they disappear as they get older. Gordon-Levitt brilliantly defies this trend and oozes charisma and talent.

Saw this at TIFF08Reviewed bypaintball_incVote: 10/10

I really liked this film. Joseph-Gordon Levitt's choices in films are almost always stellar ("Stop-Loss" ruins his 'street-cred'). This film assures us that he has not lost his ability to find solid scripts and amazing directors.

The reason why this film is so interesting is because of its structure. To help make a decision, a couple flips a coin, then two stories progress simultaneously. Each story shows us the outcome of a different coin-toss result. One story is a mystery/action film and the other shows us how the two characters interact in a dysfunctional family BBQ. Beautifully shot and performed. The film masterfully uses the coin-flip device and avoids being gimmicky ? kudos!

Great performances; the plot has shortcomings thoughReviewed byBeneCumbVote: 7/10

The launch is interesting and provides opportunities for a sophisticated course of action, but it becomes confusing and inscrutable instead as there is no interconnection between the couples. Two separate movies or use of twins having something in common (=interweaving events) could have been more catchy to follow. Here, the main motive is fully revealed in the very end only and, together with the credits, you realize that you have watched 2-in-1 movie with just the characters quite similar - and the solutions are trivial and half-way. In the action part, no family is shown, and vice versa - probably deliberately.

The cast is, however, great, with leading roles performed by Lynn Collins as Kate and Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Bobby. They are both pleasant and versatile actors and movies with their presence are at least watchable, if not more. Uncertainty is not among the strongest they are in, but 1 hour 35 minutes do not let the characters become boring; admirers of Collins and Gordon-Levitt will not be disappointed.

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