Computer scientist Hannon Fuller has discovered something extremely important. He's about to tell the discovery to his colleague, Douglas Hall, but knowing someone is after him, the old man... See full summary »
In the sci-fi world of Frequency, individuals have the ability to tune in to a frequency gaining them different skills, i.e. Clairvoyance, Telepathy, Time-travel, Healing, and Mental ... See full summary »
A rare atmospheric phenomenon allows a New York City firefighter to communicate with his son 30 years in the future via HAM radio. The son uses this opportunity to warn the father of his impending death in a warehouse fire, and manages to save his life. However, what he does not realize is that changing history has triggered a new set of tragic events, including the murder of his mother. The two men must now work together, 30 years apart, to find the murderer before he strikes so that they can change history--again. Written by
(at around 1 min) When the gasoline truck skids sideways, you can clearly see the dolly underneath the trailer which was used to make the trailer appear to skid broadside. See more »
What's going on here, Satch?
Frank says that he talks to Johnny, little Johnny on the radio in the future, and this guy claims to be your son!
Well, I talked to him too, once. He's a cop.
You talked to the guy on the radio?
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An excellent movie, what a pleasant surprise. I can't remember the last time I was in a movie where the audience applauded at the end, and at scenes during the movie, too. It could be called a thriller, but that's just a part of what the movie was about. It was filled with well placed sentimentality and timely humor. Not a moment in the movie was there a wasted scene or a time when I lost interest. Yes, a Hollywood ending, but like most good things, it's the journey not the destination that makes it worth while. I saw it at a sneak preview, and I will go see it again in general release. I highly recommend it. It's not an epic, but it is the best movie I've seen in years.
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