Please do not believe anyone who says that TV series "Day Break" is the second "Groundhog Day". Saying this just to attract the ears of two different films. Something common between them is fit in a single phrase: "Well, of course, here and there one day is repeated again and again." Saying that the only reason why movies can be considered the same, does not understand the difference between the tool and created with the help of this tool creation.
Trying to pick up analogy is rather boring job. Let them engage those who have not appreciated this series. Because the series itself is entangled and brilliantly filmed action. The script does not give attention to rest a minute. Dynamics of times such that the wind whistles in your ears. Wonderful acting. The only one who looks bored, pale, - Mun Bladgut as girlfriend of the main hero. Her face has frozen with the French cream, and incomprehensible to him, she is happy something or, conversely, is going through.
Detective Brett Hopper - a good cop who gets sucked into the vortex of terrible events, which may result in damaged it, people close to him, his colleagues. He is charged with murder, which he did not commit. And further his actions lead to various unpleasant consequences. But all is not so easy, because he had to endure the same day over and over again. But, in general, and the whole plot of this is not much loses and it can be called good. However, it is better not to stretch to view a few weeks to get a better grasp on all plot reversals.
The events of the series initially developed very rapidly, laying the intrigue. And the first few series swallow in a single breath. Means to get a few crumpled, with certain storylines sagging.
One of the major pluses I would call good for the series cast, in which the majority coped with their roles. Executive starring Tay Diggz, Victoria Pratt, Ramon Rodriguez and Adam Baldwin. And naturally good Mitch Pilledzhi (worked on "X-Files").
Plus would like to note how well everything had been lifted and delivered. By the way, the operator Bill Rowe also worked on "X files". So, I don't even want to pick on this series.
In general, a decent detective mini-series about good and bad guys, about betrayal and friendship, which is a real pleasure to watch.
Would recommend to watch it no more than three or four sitting, otherwise the end of the thread of the plot can be lost.