Barely juggles humor and anxiety, and the harsh contrast between what's on screen and what the anonymous soundtrack is doing doesn't help much either, but unlike the similar 'Groundhog Day' and 'Palm Springs', a time loop movie as a paranoid tech thriller, its pace appropriately aggravating and stressful (like I'd imagine being stuck in a loop would be, even if its not totally intentional here) as it becomes more concise with every restart. Like anything else with this premise, it hinges on its conclusion, which mostly satisfies as a funny curiosity for trying to sort out its romantic plot line. Tough to be too invested once the credits roll on a made-for-TV movie though, so, it's fine.
Charming, if not kind of bland, and I just really need someone to tell me what is the building they used as the Utrel headquarters. Also interested in the short film which predates it, which is a one-hour loop instead of twenty-four.