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Your Top Five 'Time Travel' movies.

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Wednesday, August 18, 2010 3:33 AM

LWAVES


Created because of a comment/request from The Somnambulist in another thread.

Mine:

12 Monkeys
Back To The Future Trilogy (counted as one to get more films listed)
Terminator 1+2
Star Trek IV
Time Bandits



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Wednesday, August 18, 2010 4:05 AM

MUTT999


Not in order, but:

Star Trek IV
Time Bandits
Terminator
Back to the Future
Time Cop


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Wednesday, August 18, 2010 5:11 AM

CYBERSNARK


-Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure
-Back to the Future Trilogy
-Stargate Continuum
-Not really a movie, but Doctor Who's "The Pandorica Opens"/"Big Bang" (the recent two-part season finale). It's actually surprisingly rare that time travel actually gets used as a plot device (it's usually more like the Tardis lands in one time-frame, they have an adventure, the Tardis leaves). This time the Doctor & River's time-hopping ends up being the whole point of the episode(s).
-Also not a movie, but the "Avalon" arc of Gargoyles, where the Archmage meets his future self, gets taken on an adventure which gradually turns him into his future self, then goes back in time to meet his past self (thus closing the time-loop), while the "original" future-Archmage goes on to meet his destiny.

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Wednesday, August 18, 2010 5:38 AM

JEWELSTAITEFAN


The Final Countdown.
12 Monkeys
Terminator series.
The Last Mimzy.
STIV.


edit - Last Mimzy was far better. Timeline - early Gerard Butler work, but the book was much better.

I think I'm forgetting a couple, so I may edit later.

I did really like Time Rider, and own it, but it's not better than those 5 - tho the soundtrack is better.
Not on my list, but is Somewhere in Time a time travel flick?
Or Next?

For books, I liked Dean Koontz' Lightning probably the most.

For TV, STNG "Yesterday's Enterprise" with Battleship Enterprise and the only instance Enterprise C is shown on screen.

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Wednesday, August 18, 2010 5:46 AM

ZEEK


5? Um...nope can't get to 5.

Back to the Future
Terminator 2
Back to the Future 3

that is all.

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Wednesday, August 18, 2010 5:48 AM

AURAPTOR

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Timeline - Book was better, or course.
Time after Time ( 1979 )
Somewhere in Time ( 1980 )
Philadelphia Experiment.
The Final Countdown




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Wednesday, August 18, 2010 6:32 AM

JONGSSTRAW

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1. The Time Machine (1960)
2. Time After Time
3. The Time Machine (2002)
4. Somewhere In Time
5. Star Trek IV



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Wednesday, August 18, 2010 6:48 AM

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We agree about one of the Time Machine movies.
1. The Time Machine (1960) www.imdb.com/title/tt0054387/ In the garden shed, built two machines, one miniature, the other full-size of brass and leaded crystal.
2. Star Trek 8: First Contact (1996) www.imdb.com/title/tt0117731/ Borg Queen is kinky.
3. Primer (2004) www.imdb.com/title/tt0390384/ Make a movie about time travel in your garage!
4. Déjà Vu (2006) www.imdb.com/title/tt0453467/ Because Denzel makes time travel look painful. You never willingly make a second trip.
5. Futurama - The Late Philip J. Fry (2010) www.imdb.com/title/tt1630896/
Fry: "You know, all in all, I had a good life. What do you say to the three of us grabbing a six-pack and watching the Universe end?"
Bender: "That's basically what I do every night."
Fry's toast & question: "To the end of the Universe! ... What was the purpose of Life?"
Professor Farnsworth: "Probably some hogwash about 'The Human Spirit'."
Quote:

"Futurama: The Late Philip J. Fry," wins Emmy for Best Animated Program. Sept. 10, 2011 - www.seattlepi.com/entertainment/article/Paltrow-Timberlake-win-creativ
e-arts-Emmy-Awards-2165075.php



The Joss Whedon script for "Serenity", where Wash lives, is
Serenity-190pages.pdf at www.mediafire.com/two

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Wednesday, August 18, 2010 10:25 AM

THESOMNAMBULIST


Cheers Lwaves

OK top five:

Back to the Future.
Timescape
Terminator
My Science Project
The Time Machine (1960)

And right on the cusp - Groundhog Day.



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Wednesday, August 18, 2010 11:45 AM

STORYMARK


Star Trek: First Contact
The Terminator
Time After Time
12 Monkeys
Primer

Honorable mention: The Butterfly Effect (which pains me, 'cuz I hate Ashton.... but it's a solid flick).

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Wednesday, August 18, 2010 12:20 PM

LWAVES


Quote:

Originally posted by Storymark:
Honorable mention: The Butterfly Effect (which pains me, 'cuz I hate Ashton.... but it's a solid flick).



I don't like him either but I do like time travel movies. So is Butterfly Effect worth watching? I've always avoided it because of him.



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Wednesday, August 18, 2010 1:47 PM

STORYMARK


Quote:

Originally posted by lwaves:

I don't like him either but I do like time travel movies. So is Butterfly Effect worth watching? I've always avoided it because of him.




I would certainly recommend it. It's a very dark movie (especially if you watch the director's cut), which presents a take on time travel you don't really see in other films.

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Wednesday, August 18, 2010 3:50 PM

ECGORDON

There's no place I can be since I found Serenity.


12 Monkeys
Terminator
Time Bandits
Slaughterhouse Five
Somewhere in Time

Quote:

Originally posted by TheSomnambulist:

Timescape


If by that you mean the film that is also known as "Grand Tour: Disaster in Time," that was filmed for Showtime in 1992 and stars Jeff Daniels, that would be in serious contention for at least honorable mention. I do like it a lot, but I am prejudiced because it is based on one of my most favorite short stories of all time, "Vintage Season" by Henry Kuttner and C. L. Moore.



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Wednesday, August 18, 2010 11:42 PM

HKCAVALIER


Idiocracy

Déjà Vu

Groundhog Day

Slaughterhouse Five

The One

The Time Traveler's Wife

The Lake House

HKCavalier

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Thursday, August 19, 2010 1:31 AM

KWICKO

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Time After Time
Somewhere in Time
Donnie Darko
12 Monkeys
Time Bandits

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Thursday, August 19, 2010 3:30 AM

DMI

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Quote:

Originally posted by HKCavalier:
Idiocracy

Déjà Vu

Groundhog Day

Slaughterhouse Five

The One

The Time Traveler's Wife

The Lake House



Thank you for introducing Groundhog's Day into the thread but yikes! The Lake House is one of my all time least favorite time travel movies and I have to say that The Time Traveler's Wife was a sad remnant of a much greater worker.

I would have to go with:
Groundhog's Day
12 Monkeys
Back to the Future II
Star Trek First Contact
Star Trek IV

Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure gets an honorable mention.

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Thursday, August 19, 2010 3:34 AM

DMI

Expired, forgotten, spoiled rotten.


If we open it up to TV episodes then I have to say, "Yesterday's Enterprise" trumps any movie from my list. One of my favorite bits of filmed science fiction ever. It takes a great show like Firefly to compete with that glorious bit of filmmaking.

"Let's make sure history never forgets the name ::pause for dramatic effect:: Enterprise."

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Thursday, August 19, 2010 6:29 AM

THESOMNAMBULIST


ecgordon:
Quote:


If by that you mean the film that is also known as "Grand Tour: Disaster in Time," that was filmed for Showtime in 1992 and stars Jeff Daniels, that would be in serious contention for at least honorable mention. I do like it a lot, but I am prejudiced because it is based on one of my most favorite short stories of all time, "Vintage Season" by Henry Kuttner and C. L. Moore.



Yep. Thats the one. I caught it quite by accident years ago and I was really impressed with the pacing of it. Daniels is good in it, and I liked the concept. I don't know anything about the short stories though. Does it even credit the short story do you know?


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Thursday, August 19, 2010 9:17 AM

ECGORDON

There's no place I can be since I found Serenity.


Quote:

Originally posted by TheSomnambulist:
ecgordon:
Quote:


If by that you mean the film that is also known as "Grand Tour: Disaster in Time," that was filmed for Showtime in 1992 and stars Jeff Daniels, that would be in serious contention for at least honorable mention. I do like it a lot, but I am prejudiced because it is based on one of my most favorite short stories of all time, "Vintage Season" by Henry Kuttner and C. L. Moore.



Yep. Thats the one. I caught it quite by accident years ago and I was really impressed with the pacing of it. Daniels is good in it, and I liked the concept. I don't know anything about the short stories though. Does it even credit the short story do you know?


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Yes, I just checked my DVD and the story is credited. However, it says it was written by Laurence O'Donnell and C. L. Moore. O'Donnell was one of the many pen names used by Henry Kuttner, and sometimes it was used on collaborations by him and Moore. She was his wife, and they wrote many stories together as well as separately. Robert Silverberg once wrote a sequel story to "Vintage Season" entitled "In Another Country," and in the introduction to the collection it is in he credits the original story to Moore alone. I have read several sources that say it is difficult to distinguish a lot of their stories as to the true authorship.



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Thursday, August 19, 2010 10:29 AM

ZZETTA13


I think my all time favorite, #1 time travel movie would be “ Planet of the Apes” 1968 with Charlton Heston. Why, you ask?

Because It doesn’t qualify! You say!

Yepper it does. Within the first seven minutes Commander George Taylor suggest that the time period he and his crew have spent out in the vastness of space does not equal the time period back on Earth That Was! So the conclusion =TIME TRAVEL.

What would our planet be like if we were to venture away for ten years? I’m hoping that we would return to a civilized culture that could teach us something instead of the other way round.

Other TT movies that are really good!

Somewhere In Time, an excellent date flick. Enjoyed it very much. Christopher Reeve, what can I say…… RIP my friend.

Terminator(s) excellent time travel movies. JC knew what he was doin.

Time Banbits, love the scene where John Cleese tells the small bandits that the treasures they’ve stolen will be appreciated by the poor.

Déjà Vu …….excellent movie and a real tear jerker about lost/found love.

I’m sure there are lots of other time movies that haven’t made the list purely because they have not been thought of.

Still, a good list……Z

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Thursday, August 19, 2010 11:40 AM

LWAVES


Quote:

Originally posted by TheSomnambulist:
ecgordon:
Quote:


If by that you mean the film that is also known as "Grand Tour: Disaster in Time," that was filmed for Showtime in 1992 and stars Jeff Daniels, that would be in serious contention for at least honorable mention. I do like it a lot, but I am prejudiced because it is based on one of my most favorite short stories of all time, "Vintage Season" by Henry Kuttner and C. L. Moore.



Yep. Thats the one. I caught it quite by accident years ago and I was really impressed with the pacing of it. Daniels is good in it, and I liked the concept. I don't know anything about the short stories though. Does it even credit the short story do you know?



Hey, I have this one too. It was definitely called Timescape in the UK because I had an old VHS tape of it and then I had to get the DVD from the US which had the Grand Tour title.
I really liked it as well, the idea of why the travellers were there and the impact Jeff Daniels had on them and how it all played out was great. Very underwatched film that is good for adults and kids. Plus it features my fave classical piece of music - Fur Elise.
I think I'll dig my copy out and give it another watch.



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Thursday, August 19, 2010 12:54 PM

THESOMNAMBULIST


Quote:

Originally posted by lwaves:
Quote:

Originally posted by TheSomnambulist:
ecgordon:
Quote:


If by that you mean the film that is also known as "Grand Tour: Disaster in Time," that was filmed for Showtime in 1992 and stars Jeff Daniels, that would be in serious contention for at least honorable mention. I do like it a lot, but I am prejudiced because it is based on one of my most favorite short stories of all time, "Vintage Season" by Henry Kuttner and C. L. Moore.



Yep. Thats the one. I caught it quite by accident years ago and I was really impressed with the pacing of it. Daniels is good in it, and I liked the concept. I don't know anything about the short stories though. Does it even credit the short story do you know?



Hey, I have this one too. It was definitely called Timescape in the UK because I had an old VHS tape of it and then I had to get the DVD from the US which had the Grand Tour title.
I really liked it as well, the idea of why the travellers were there and the impact Jeff Daniels had on them and how it all played out was great. Very underwatched film that is good for adults and kids. Plus it features my fave classical piece of music - Fur Elise.
I think I'll dig my copy out and give it another watch.



Hey Lwaves. Y'know what I reckon we probably both watched it on the same night it was aired here in England.

Did you ever see a rare British film called TIMESLIP? It was made in the 50's and it was about a guy who is found in the Thames with a radioactive beam across his body and he happens to be seven and a half minutes in front of everybody else... It wasn't at all bad, and made in that really cool 50's stark black and white style that British cinema used to do so well back then.


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Thursday, August 19, 2010 12:56 PM

THESOMNAMBULIST


Originally posted by ecgordon:

Quote:

I have read several sources that say it is difficult to distinguish a lot of their stories as to the true authorship.


I find that really interesting. I like tales like this.


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Thursday, August 19, 2010 2:17 PM

ECGORDON

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Quote:

Originally posted by TheSomnambulist:
Originally posted by ecgordon:

Quote:

I have read several sources that say it is difficult to distinguish a lot of their stories as to the true authorship.


I find that really interesting. I like tales like this.



Then you need to find a copy of a book called Two-Handed Engine, which is a collection of stories by these two remarkable writers. It includes "Vintage Season," plus my second favorite by them, "Mimsy Were the Borogoves," which was the basis of the film The Last Mimzy, which I believe someone else mentioned up-thread.



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Friday, August 20, 2010 12:10 AM

LWAVES


Quote:

Originally posted by TheSomnambulist:
Hey Lwaves. Y'know what I reckon we probably both watched it on the same night it was aired here in England.

Did you ever see a rare British film called TIMESLIP? It was made in the 50's and it was about a guy who is found in the Thames with a radioactive beam across his body and he happens to be seven and a half minutes in front of everybody else... It wasn't at all bad, and made in that really cool 50's stark black and white style that British cinema used to do so well back then.



Hi Som, yeah we probably watched the same airing. I always thought that the daughter (Ariana Richards) had potential as an actress. I'd seen her in some of those 'true life' movies before as well as some family films and she could be really convincing. Then she was cast as Lex in Jurassic Park and she disappeared from acting shortly after that.

I don't remember Timeslip the movie, but I do vaguely remeber Timslip the TV series, from the early 70s I think. We watched it at primary school and it was about a couple of kids who went through a 'time wall' to different periods. It was one of those fun educational shows they used to show kids.



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Friday, August 20, 2010 3:42 AM

THESOMNAMBULIST


Arianna Richards was in TREMORS. Did you ever see that? That is a good film.

She probably became rather fed up of being cast a 'child chased by a monster' after her performances in that and Jurassic Park... actually come to think of it she must be about 30 or so now!!!! Woah does that make me feel old....

Timeslip the TV series eh... Nope don't remember that one... Sounds like Time Bandits ?



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Friday, August 20, 2010 11:28 AM

LWAVES


Quote:

Originally posted by TheSomnambulist:
Arianna Richards was in TREMORS. Did you ever see that? That is a good film.

She probably became rather fed up of being cast a 'child chased by a monster' after her performances in that and Jurassic Park... actually come to think of it she must be about 30 or so now!!!! Woah does that make me feel old....

Timeslip the TV series eh... Nope don't remember that one... Sounds like Time Bandits ?



Tremors is great. Early Kevin Bacon and the great Fred Ward. Perfect B-movie goodness. She re-appeared in Tremors 3 as well so you may be right about the chasing monsters.
It's one of those movies they used to show late night on BBC2 as part of Moviedrome which did seasons of offbeat or cult films. Remember that?
They had Tremors, Scanners, The Fury, Repo Man, Videodrome, Blue Velvet, Brazil and I think the above mentioned Somewhere In Time and Time Bandits. Plus others I can't remember now. I really miss something like that on TV these days.



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Friday, August 20, 2010 2:29 PM

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• Primer
• Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel
• Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure
• Back to the Future Trilogy
• Time Traveller's Wife

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Saturday, April 29, 2017 3:37 PM

JEWELSTAITEFAN


Does anybody think Edge of Tomorrow (2014) or Arrival (2016) fit in this category?

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Sunday, April 30, 2017 10:15 AM

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um... Buck Rogers in the 21st century - Wilma Deering !!! she still "moves me" (grin)

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Monday, May 1, 2017 7:11 PM

AURAPTOR

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Time travel and zombies. Two of my least favorite sci-fi plots. And yet, a couple of my favorite shows on now - Dr Who and iZombie. Go figure.


Fav time travel MOVIES ?

Time after Time ( 1979 ) - with Malcolm McDowell and Mary Steenburgen. I dunno. I just like it.

Somewhere in Time ( 1980 ) - Christopher Reeve, Jayne Seymore

The Final Countdown ( 1980 ) Kirk Douglas.

Timeline ( 2003 ) Paul Walker, Gerard Butler


Safety not guaranteed ( 2012 ) Aubrey Plaza.




As much as I'd LOVE to add Time Bandits, I just can't. The ending...so horrible ! Grrrrr!!!

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Monday, May 1, 2017 7:33 PM

MOOSE


Quote:

Originally posted by JEWELSTAITEFAN:
Does anybody think Edge of Tomorrow (2014) or Arrival (2016) fit in this category?



Haven't seen Arrival, but I think EoT should fit in.

How about a movie (and now TV show) like Frequency?

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Monday, May 1, 2017 8:08 PM

JEWELSTAITEFAN


Quote:

Originally posted by Moose:
Quote:

Originally posted by JEWELSTAITEFAN:
Does anybody think Edge of Tomorrow (2014) or Arrival (2016) fit in this category?



Haven't seen Arrival, but I think EoT should fit in.

How about a movie (and now TV show) like Frequency?


I might personally be willing. But how might this differ from films such s White Noise - is that absolutely NOT time related?

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