In my recent review, I noted that the film didn't connect on several levels, But that doesn't mean that there weren't upsides to film as well.
The film was slick and well shot, and the acting was solid across the board. What it lacked is indistinguishable, but you leave the theater knowing that something didn't quite click and bring it all together.
According to Roger Ebert, whom I usually agree with about most films, said "Rian Johnson's "Looper," a smart and tricky sci-fi story, sidesteps the paradoxes of time travel by embracing them."
I agree that the the story was smart and tricky, but still see it as a it a great idea with good acting that missed the bull's eye. What do you think? Did Looper make the grade?