One of the current stars most savvy about her constituency, Sandra Bullock ventures into supernatural suspense with too much demographically targeted care in “Premonition.” Very redolent of “The Sixth Sense,” “Memento” and other bendings of time/reality into contrived puzzles, this slick exercise about a housewife whose spouse might or might not be dead is effective until a downright maudlin close, as if chicks might not withstand a horror pic (which PG-13 tale barely qualifies as) sans sniffling embrace of family values.Nonetheless, combined Bullock and genre lure should propel strong mid-level B. First flashback sequence shows Jim Hanson (Julian Mc Mahon) surprising wife Linda (Bullock) with a 1920s wood-frame house that — though she worries they can’t afford it — is now theirs. The actor exchanged vows with his long-term girlfriend, actress and model Kelly Paniagua, in Lake Tahoe, California over the weekend (28Jun14). Dannii Minogue thinks the way she met her boyfriend is "tacky".

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Bullock then enrolled at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina, to study acting.

However, she left college only three credits shy of her bachelor's degree, and moved to New York in 1986 to pursue acting in earnest.

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She joined the Neighborhood Playhouse Theatre, where she took acting classes, and supported herself with waitressing and bartending work..

She used the critical acclaim for her performance to land an agent, but her early acting jobs, which included bit parts in television and B-movies, were unsuccessful and sometimes embarrassing.

Her protest, “He’s not dead,” is taken for grief-stricken mental instability. It’s not spoiling anything to reveal what Linda eventually discovers: Time has somehow become unstuck, and she’s experiencing the week of her husband’s fatal accident in randomly reshuffled “before” and “after” days.