The Time Travelers (1964)
The Time Travelers can be seen online in its entirety here.
Reviewed by Glenn Erickson
My very first UCLA film class in the Fall of 1970 dispatched us to the Vagabond Theater to see a double bill of two 'art' movies that play fast and loose with narrative conventions: Luis Buñuel's Ensayo de un Crimen and Alain Resnais' Je t'aime,
In an extraordinary, Academy Award-winning career spanning some six decades, Zsigmond’s outstanding credits include “The Deer Hunter” and “Heaven’s Gate” directed by Michael Cimino, “Close Encounters Of The Third Kind” and “Sugarland Express” by Steven Spielberg,
New York-based Levantine plans to develop, fully finance and produce commercially viable character driven films in the $15-30 million range.
Gigliotti’s been nominated three times for an Academy Award for Best Picture for “Silver Linings Playbook,” “The Reader” and “Shakespeare in Love,” which took the Oscar. Witt helped develop “Silver Linings” and was a co-executive producer on it.
Gigliotti will assume the newly created role of president at Levantine and Witt will serve as VP. The duo was also involved in the development of “Two Lovers,” “Let Me In” and “About a Boy.”
With Gigliotti and Witt on board, Levantine will focus on similar films aimed at under-served adult moviegoers.
Levantine Films was established in 2009 and executive produced Cherien Dabis’ immigrant drama “Amreeka.” Levantine is backed by Crest Investments,
The episode will feature her perspective on a times she and Ted almost crossed paths, so it's a good time to review them. Here are some of the moments you may see (again) in Monday's (Jan. 27) episode.
'Pilot' (Season 1, episode 1)
In 2030, a middle-aged Ted Mosby (voiced by Bob Saget) sits down to tell his two kids the story of how he met their mom. The episode ends with a swerve, as the opening story is all about how Ted met Robin (Cobie Smulders). The on-screen kids and the audience both blurt out, "What?!," and we begin the very long and very winding road toward Ted's future.
'Milk' (Season 1, episode 21)
Earlier in the season (in
"The Time Travelers " was a mashup of Multiplicity, Shelter Island and A Christmas Carol that at times confused the Dickens out of me. Still, I thoroughly enjoyed the episode, despite doing the dog head tilt a few times.
The revelation that the Minnesota Tidal Wave night happened five years ago was a sort of Sixth Sense moment, yet I was left a little confounded as to what to make of seeing all the "Ted people" Adding to the evening's twists and turns was guest star Jayma Mays.
Her performance as the two coat check girls was great. I loved the contrast between the smartly dressed version on the left and the one on the right wearing Ted's Wesleyan sweatshirt. I don't think she is the mother,
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Through ancient religious texts, personal sightings and exquisitely constructed wonders come the belief by some that ancient astronauts once inhabited our world among,
Ancient Aliens – Season 4
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Through ancient religious texts, personal sightings and exquisitely constructed wonders come the belief by some that ancient astronauts once inhabited our world among, and pre-dating the existence of, human beings and that they will indeed come again. In Season 4 of Ancient Aliens, H2 resumes the investigation of these curious marvels while questioning truth vs. phenomenon via 75 million years of the most credible alien evidence here on Earth as seen in a myriad of forms from biblical texts to massive stone ruins aligned in perfect Pythagorean sequence.
The film begins with the most heartbreaking bait and switch in camp movie history. Two years before his success with “Batman,” Adam West shows up as an astronaut orbiting Mars. The deadpan earnestness of his performance is priceless right from the beginning, as he scolds a floating monkey with the line, “Listen Mona, this banana paste is meant for your survival only!” Sadly, the ship is soon forced to evacuate, killing off West and leaving only disgruntled monkey Mona and West’s crewmate, Kit, played by Paul Mantee. Seriously, it’s like being promised Keir Dullea and getting Gary Lockwood.
I had a smile on my face all the way through the trailer, this is going to be freakin' fun and entertaining film! I'm serious! Why would I lie to you? Check out the trailer below and see for yourself!
Frank, Joe, Marvin, and Victoria used to be the CIA’s top agents — but the secrets they know just made them the Agency’s top targets. Now framed for assassination, they must use all of their collective cunning, experience and teamwork to stay one step
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