The pacing of the film was what really made it enjoyable for me. It was quite a nice ride from start to finish. The plot wasn't all that thrilling to me, (maybe I've seen too many films in the same genre) but was enough to sustain it. What I didn't get at all was the protagonist's arch. He went through a lot on that day sure but such a 180?
New accelerate-aesthetics thrive from a setting of a few decades ago and a naiv, trivial protagonists desires. Timetravel depicted repeatedly and profane but still compelling. It's for its socio-realistic beauty: today we don't just devour food, destroy goods but annihilate ourselves continuously. The capitalist suggestive sneak finally shown in one film: we need 4 lives in constant agony just to always compensate.