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Timecop: The Berlin Decision (2003)

Twenty years after a set of events, the TEC (Time Enforcement Commission), the agency that makes sure that no one travels into the past without permission and changes history, is still ... See full summary »

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A remake of the 1994 sci-fi film about an agent in the future who enforces the laws of time travel.

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Ryan Chan
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Brandon Miller
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Doc
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O'Rourke
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Tyler Jeffers
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Michael Travis
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Sasha Miller
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Young Ryan
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Cyndi Chan (Ryan's Mom)
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Professor Josh Chan
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Gate Guard
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Sushwel, Japanese Diplomat
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German Soldier
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Twenty years after a set of events, the TEC (Time Enforcement Commission), the agency that makes sure that no one travels into the past without permission and changes history, is still going strong. Now Brandon Miller a TEC operative, believes that they have a responsibility to change history hoping that the world will be better but Ryan Chan another Tec operative stops him but kills the woman he loves in the process. Two years later Miller escapes from prison and sets out to eliminate all TEC operatives by killing their ancestors. Eventually Ryan's the only one left and has to stop Miller before he gets him. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Rated R for violence and some language | See all certifications »
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30 September 2003 (USA)  »

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Timecop 2: The Berlin Decision  »

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Sometimes no one notices time has been altered and act as if it's always been like that, other times they know as it's happening. See more »

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O'Rourke: Damn it Ryan, get your shit together!
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Follows Timecop (1994) See more »

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Piledriver
Composed by Andy Gray and Steve Sacre
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Courtesy of BPM Records
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5 July 2004 | by (Luton, England) – See all my reviews

I thought this film was pretty good, considering a sequel to a movie like Timecop tends to be destined as a flop. Jamie Scott Lee's performance is great as usual, portraying Anderson as someone trying his best to hold himself together.

Support performances were also above the standard you might expect and while the fight scenes are not spectacular, but they are certainly more than competent. The music grounds well with the film, especially at the climax of the last fight scene...

I found it confusing at one point as to what exactly what Miller (the antagonist) had been doing as Anderson burst back and forth through time trying to track him down, with each return highlighting the consequences of his actions. But these scenes moved a bit too fast for me to catch up, so had to watch a few times... maybe I'm a dumbass, or maybe the pace was too quick considering the subject!

Overall I found this film well paced and I liked the idea of the Society for Historical Authenticity being competition to the TEC. The moral aspects of time travel were touched on nicely enough to make you think, but not too much to tease you and leave you feeling unresolved in much of the theorising unlike Matrix Reloaded.

I rate this perhaps a little higher due to 1 - Jamie Scott Lee's great performance, and 2 - The fact films like these tend to be a whole world worse than the original!


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