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Relive

In “Relive,” David Oyelowo plays an LAPD detective who gets a call from the cell phone of a teenage girl whose body he discovered shot dead in her bathtub just hours before. The victim was his niece, Ashley (Storm Reid), and so the cop can’t believe his ears when he hears her voice on the other end of the line. Except Ashley is still dead. Turns out the call — not a recording, but an Love at Sea actual conversation — is coming from four days earlier, which means he has a chance to alter the past, and save her life.

On paper, that sounds like a compelling premise for a supernaturally tinged crime movie, as well as a possible comeback project for writer-director Jacob Aaron Preman Pensiun Estes, who could use a do-over more than most in Hollywood these days. Estes’ career started strong 15 years ago when his first film, “Mean Creek,” debuted at the Sundance Film Festival. He was back a few years later with “The Details,” which was too ambitious for its own good (it was subsequently re-edited, then bombed), and it’s been radio silence ever since.

Maybe Estes has learned a lesson, scaling back to make a small, commercial movie for producer Jason Blum. Hey, it worked for M. Night Shyamalan. Trouble is, “Relive” Fractured isn’t very good — no better than your average late-night TV movie — and while Oyelowo and Reid are likable enough actors, they behave so frustratingly here (she spends most of her screen time flipping her extensions out of her face and looking confused) that audiences will want to grab the phones from their hands and commandeer the conversation.

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