The Second Age of Aquarius (2022) Movie Review

Director: Staci Layne Wilson

Writer: Darren Smith, Staci Layne Wilson (Screenplay)

Starring: Christina Jacquelyn Calph, Michael Ursu, Brooke Lewis Bellas, Keeshan Giles, Marin Olson, Nancy Long, Jeffrey Henderson

Plot: Ever wonder what it would be like to bring your favorite dead rock star back to life? Alberta certainly has. Since she was a kid, she’s dreamed of a world where ultimate 60s rock icon Russell Aquarius was still alive and writing songs just for her. Now a successful computer programmer, she takes her fandom and wishful thinking a step further and makes a Russell Aquarius avatar. Her loneliness and a freak power outage give her more than she bargains for when sparks fly not just in her computer, but also in reality when Russell’s avatar comes to life.


Tagline – Mod Science!

Runtime: 1 Hour 20 Minutes

There may be spoilers in the rest of the review

Story: The Second Age of Aquarius starts when computer programmer Alberta Stevens (Calph) is struggling with the loss of her grandmother, decides to put together a code to bring back her favourite musician Russell Aquarius (Ursu) in virtual reality.

When Alberta wakes up to find a living breathing version of Russell in her apartment, she is left surprised with the new man in her life, only to figure out how he is there, but getting to address the problem she has created.

Thoughts on The Second Age of Aquarius

ThoughtsThe Second Age of Aquarius is a fantasy comedy that romance following a woman that manages to create a real life aviator of her favourite rock star who died years ago, which will see her getting a chance to spend time with him, living up to the dreams she once had, while filling a void in her life. This is a story that will offer up a big question about what we would do if we could spend a day with an idol, what would you do and how would you react to everything happening. The weaker side of the story is that we are dealt the idea of a bigger problem Alberta has, but it never feels like the interaction helps her get through this problem, which feels like it could be seen as a bigger picture idea. The performances are strong in the film with the two leads Christina Jacquelyn Calph and Michael Ursu holding their own through the film.

Final Thoughts The Second Age of Aquarius is a fun romantic fantasy giving you a vision of spending time with an idol.

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