"Overall, I like this movie simply because I have read the first two books and plan on finishing off the third very soon. I am able to visualize the real story using the fantastic elements brought to the surface here. They may not have necessarily made a good film, but they did succeed in capturing Pullman's vision. For a fan of the subject matter it works, but for most I think you will be left wanting."
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Project Almanac is something of a missed opportunity, squandering a fun little high school story in the attempt to become too big for its own good, and yet another found footage feature that runs into all the typical logic traps.