Clear your thoughts for a “mesmerizing mind-bender” (Rolling Stone) that’ll blow you away! Seen through the lens of a troubled teen’s video camera, yet filled with eye-popping action and jaw-dropping special effects, Chronicle is as real as it gets. When three ordinary high school friends make an extraordinary discovery, they acquire amazing abilities beyond their understanding. But as their powers develop, so do their darker sides. Fun, harmless pranks soon lead to much riskier activities as the boys’ “gifts” — and their lives — spin dangerously out of control!
Disc 1: Theatrical Feature Blu-ray
**Unrated Director's Cut
**Deleted Scene - Matt and Casey in Kitchen
**Chronicle Soundtrack Info
Disc 2: DVD + Digital Copy
Cast & Crew
A semi-serious sci-fi romp, lighter and more fun than many of the comic-book movies that it steals from, a superhero movie in which nobody ever crusades, or wears a cape.
"Chronicle" is a mildly experimental commercial film, and, for the most part, it's loose-limbed fun.
Chronicle is the kind of movie that makes one excited about the future prospects of the man at the helm.
Without the found-footage distraction, Chronicle is an entertaining and creative take on the concept of teenage superpowers.
Although it dog-legs into silly mayhem in the homestretch, for a good portion of its quick 83-minute running time Chronicle is a quite clever boys-gone-wild-on-telekinetic-powers fantasy.
Chronicle puts a fresh, invigorating spin on the superhero origin story, a tale Hollywood spins again and again (and again).
Based on Chronicle, it's clear that Trank has the right stuff to move up to big-budget fantasy movies. If he wants to, that is. In a lot of ways, he has already beaten the studios at their game.