Frank is tasked with going back 7 days into the past to try and stop a bomb explosion caused by a failed bank robbery. While on the mission unforeseen events occur that turn Frank's and everyone he loves, world upside down.

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Craig Donovan
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Dr. Olga Vukavitch
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Nathan Ramsey
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Dr. Bradley Talmadge
Jenna Lyn Ward ...
Patricia Parker
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Steroid
Jerome Butler ...
MIB #2
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Sphere Guard (as Sean Cooper)
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Jimmy Parker
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Technocrat
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Frank is tasked with going back 7 days into the past to try and stop a bomb explosion caused by a failed bank robbery. While on the mission unforeseen events occur that turn Frank's and everyone he loves, world upside down.

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Sci-Fi | Action | Drama

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28 October 1998 (USA)  »

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The backstep is made to prevent the destruction of the North Korean consulate. Since the US has no diplomatic relations with North Korea, or even recognize its government, there is no such thing as a North Korean consulate in the US. See more »

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Tourist: Hey, what the heck is that thing?
[points at backstep device]
Lt. Frank Parker: Publicity stunt for a movie. So, what did you think?
Tourist: That was spectacular!
Lt. Frank Parker: You should see the effects in the movie.
Tourist Wife: Ooh, what's it called?
Lt. Frank Parker: Mars Needs A Tax Break.
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