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Time Trackers (1989)

PG | | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi | May 1989 (USA)
When an evil scientist steals his colleague's time machine, his colleague's beautiful, brilliant daughter, aided by an L.A. cop and a hapless admirer (Wil Shriner), pursues him back to ... See full summary »

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When an evil scientist steals his colleague's time machine, his colleague's beautiful, brilliant daughter, aided by an L.A. cop and a hapless admirer (Wil Shriner), pursues him back to twelfth century England, where, disguised as a damsel in distress, she enlists the help of a knight errant whose secret past holds the key to her future. Written by Concorde - New Horizons (with permission).

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I Believe In Happy Endings
by Parmer Fuller & Howard R. Cohen
(Parmer Fuller Music / Howard R. Cohen Songs / Julie H. Music)
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Will Shriner + Scifi = unintentional fun
9 October 1999 | by (Chicago, USA) – See all my reviews

For anyone looking for some unintentional humor, this movie would not be a bad choice. The premise itself is pretty interesting: in the future, scientists are battling for control of the planet and one of them goes into the past to kill off his rivals. It could have benefitted from a better script and a bigger budget. The sets were very fake-looking and the costumes looked like something out of a high shcool production. One of the funnier moments actually comes when Shriner goes to open a door and almost knocks it down. The design team also apparently had some trouble finding up-to-date cars for the present-day New York sequence. The whole production had a 1980s air about it, typified by the brightly-colored tie-dyes that the cast dons at one point. The movie is actually a lot funnier in hindsight. Back when I saw it, I was disappointed and embarrassed for the filmmakers. Knowing who Roger Corman is actually makes me smile when I think of it.


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