5ive Days to Midnight (2004)
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While visiting the graveyard of his beloved wife with his daughter Jesse, the physics professor John T. Neumeyer finds a case with a police dossier relating his death in five days. He initially believes it is a sick prank from the brilliant but deranged physics student Carl Axelrod, but when a series of events related in the documents occur, he realizes that the file has been sent from the future. With the support of Detective Irwin Sikorski, whose name is indicated in the file as in charge of the investigation of his death, and suspecting of everybody including his girlfriend Claudia Whitney that has a blurred hidden past, J.T. tries to change the future and his fate. But Carl believes that any modification in the time-line will jeopardize mankind and the future of the planet.
When a physics professor (Timothy Hutton) obtains a police file that seems to chronicle his death in five days, he initially assumes it is a hoax perpetrated by one of his students. However, as other events start to unfold that show up in the papers in the folder, he realizes that this might be real and he has to find a way to change the future before it occurs. Everyone around him becomes a suspect, including his girl friend (Kari Matchett) with a shady past. Randy Quaid is the detective, who initially dismisses the "crime victim" as a quack, but then becomes convinced of the reality of the events. The attempt to change the future is also hampered by a student who is convinced that the professor could destroy everything if he interferes with time. Contains violence.
When college professor J.T. Neumeyer discovers a police file that outlines the details of his murder - which is to take place five days in the future - he wastes no time trying to save his own life.
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