It was meant to be the perfect getaway, suddenly it became a horrific vacation for Detective David Ramsey (David A.R. White). While aboard a private yacht on the shimmering Sea of Cortez, David’s wife and friends suddenly disappear.
During the investigation, as David’s police Captain (Eric Roberts) is helping him unravel the mystery, David is shocked to wake up from the terrible nightmare…or was it?
Caught in the recurring turmoil of knowing tragedy is inevitable, David realizes he is powerless to stop it. As each day repeats, David discovers evidence of a worldwide event known in Biblical prophecies as The Rapture. Now he must fight unseen forces to uncover the truth before time runs out.
In the Blink of an Eye had Ground Hog movie feel to it per se the reliving a day over and over again. The main character was left to determine the choices he could make to solve the mysterious disappearance of his wife and friends. This also led our main character to learn more about the God his friend and partner had chosen to share with him on numerous occasions.
I found the storyline of this movie quite interesting and it left me here and there wondering what exactly would happen next. You find the main character struggling in his marriage and being too consumed with work, never at rest.
This movie was on a scale of 1-5 was a 3 for me. The acting was decent, the music was good, the scenery was beautiful, and the overall message was presented well yet for me their was a desire of possibly more character development added.