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Butterfly Effect, The  
Release Date:
1/23/2004
Studio:
New Line
Rating:
R
Length:
113
Overall Score:
2.71
Reviewers' Comments:
Although not commonly found in films this movie contained one strong anti-tobacco message but the amount of smoking done by children, clearly underage, was enough to outweigh the anti-tobacco commentary. KE
Director:
Bress, Eric
Producer(s):
Bender, Chris     Dix, A.J.     Rhulen, Anthony     Spink, J.C.
Writer(s):
Gruber, J. Mackye
Bress, Eric

Editor:
Amundson, Peter
Prop Master:
Coutts, Graham
Smoking Incidents:
50+
Where:
Home   Bar/Nightclub        
Outdoors:
college campus, jail grounds, woods
Other:
Who Around:
Non-smoking Adult   Pregnant/ill person  
Where On The Set:
 
Brand Shown 1:
Used by:
No. of Times:
How Depicted:
Brand Shown 2:
Used by:
No. of Times:
0
How Depicted:
Lead:         Credited Non-star:         Extra:
Actor Star Power Tobacco Type Age Ethnicity Gender Role
Amedori, John Patrick Credited Non-star Cigarette Teen Caucasian Male Good Guy
James, Jesse Credited Non-star Cigarette Teen Caucasian Male Bad Guy
Gorovaia, Irene Credited Non-star Cigarette Teen Caucasian Female Good Guy
Smart, Amy Star Cigarette 20-30 Caucasian Female
Non IMDb Extra Cigarette 20-30 Male
Non IMDb Extra cigarette 30+ Hispanic Male Good Guy
Anti-Tobacco Message 1:
Comment
Health of Smoker
Kutcher mentions how his mom is dying from lung cancer due to chain smoking
Young Evan burns himself w/cigarette accidentally
Anti-Tobacco Message 2:
Clue
Health of Smoker
Sexy: Sexy: Celebration: Wealth/Power: Cool: A
Independent/Unique: Rebellion: A Tension/Stress: A Relaxation: Habit/Addiction: A
Bad Guy: Loser: A Other: Neutral:  
Other Comments:
Overall:
Balanced
Extent:
6
Overall:
6
Perceived:
4
Where People Smoke:
3
Special Circumstances:
Use under 18

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