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Movie Info & Cast


Los Angeles detective Jack Radcliff fields a distressed phone call from his niece Ashley and rushes to the rescue only to find the girl and her parents dead in an apparent murder-suicide. Then, just as the police department declares the killings an open-and-shut case, Jack gets another call from Ashley. With the cell-phone connection acting as a link between the past and the present, Jack urges Ashley to collect clues that will help him to solve her murder and change her fate.


  • Brian Tyree Henry
  • Alfred Molina
  • David Oyelowo
  • Mykelti Williamson
  • Storm Reid
  • Byron Mann
  • Omar Leyva
  • Shinelle Azoroh
  • Daniel R. Lawson

Did You Know?


  • The film seems to have a similar premise to Frequency (2000), starring Jim Caviezel and Dennis Quaid, which was eventually given a television treatment, Frequency (2016): A person in the current time period has the ability to save a relative in the past , except with the use of cell phones as oppose to a ham-radio.
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  • The newspaper Jack looks at has a date in June 2018, but the calendar on Ashley's bedroom desk and the date on the package in the evidence room is for June 2017.


    • [last lines]
    • Bobby: Now see what you've done... I'll have to kill you're uncle now as well
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Atom User Reviews

Verified Review

Really good action packed movie. Loved the suspense. This movie was different from all the other murder/suspense movies. Will watch again

Kara W
Verified Review

This movie was absolutely terrible 😭😭 Bad writing and acting except for the girl.

Marsha G


Oct 24, 2019

It’s definitely a well-crafted genre offering. The writing could be better, with more of an emphasis on the relationships than on the plot mechanisms, but the ending is cool. The cast is also very good, but again, if the script were just a tad bit better, the film would get a better rating from me.

Metacritic review by Lorry Kikta
Lorry Kikta
Film Threat
Jul 25, 2019

Estes finds a way to twist things up, organically adding a Groundhog Day element. Time's still moving forward toward Ashley's death, but the detective work gets more interesting.

Metacritic review by John DeFore
John DeFore
The Hollywood Reporter
Jul 25, 2019

Estes handily pumps up the tension, and keeps the story moving along at a brisk pace. There may be nothing particularly memorable about the filmmaking on display, but Relive is focused mostly on its actors.

Anthony Kaufman
Screen Daily