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Yesterday's Target (1996)

Memory loss, separation and assassins threaten three time-travelers with special powers who are stuck in the past.

Director:

Barry Samson

Writer:

David Bourla
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Daniel Baldwin ... Paul Harper
Stacy Haiduk ... Jessica Harper
T.K. Carter ... Carter
Richard Herd ... Aaron Winfield
LeVar Burton ... Winstrom
Malcolm McDowell ... Holden
David Netter David Netter ... Young Roland
Trevor Goddard ... Agent Riggs
Tom Poster Tom Poster ... Agent Johnson
Page Mosely Page Mosely ... Ricky
Mary Kathleen Gordon ... Diner Waitress
Lucille Soong ... Dr. Kang
Iqbal Theba ... Dr. Patel
Will McAllister Will McAllister ... Man in Caddy
David Wells ... Croupier
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Memory loss, separation and assassins threaten three time-travelers with special powers who are stuck in the past.

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Rated R for violence | See all certifications »
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In the motel shootout, Jessica shoots a bad guy with what was her last bullet as the slide is locked back, indicating the gun was empty. Less than two seconds later the slide is back in firing position indicating the gun had been reloaded but she had no time to reload . See more »

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I never knew Levar Burton was such a bad actor!
3 August 2004 | by anonreviewerSee all my reviews

The main problem with this movie is that most of the actors are out of their league with this kind of genre.

I had not really seen Levar Burton in much else, but he really does NOT have much of a handle on playing the heavy/the villain. Cuz he really stinks up the joint here.

The chick (stacy haiduk) is not too good either.

And the guy who played a role in Seinfeld had best stick to comedy.

Baldwin is not that great, either, although he does a better job than anyone else but Carter, who acts serviceably.

The two "agents" are pretty bad, too!

So basically this movie does not have much in the way of acting.

However it has nice production values and a nice stylish look to it.

And the script is not that bad; not great, but not bad.

Not a bad movie to watch if you have some time to waste, but nothing sepecial.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English | French

Release Date:

28 April 1996 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Yesterday's Target See more »

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Production Co:

IRS Media See more »
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Technical Specs

Runtime:

| (TV)

Sound Mix:

Ultra Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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