Larry Mackey is a blue-collar dad in the 1970's, determined to make a better future for his young son. A future that's coming a lot faster than he thinks... When a depraved gang of time ... See full summary »

Director:

Doug Campbell

Writer:

Doug Campbell (screenplay)
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Cast

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Corbin Bernsen ... Larry
Beth Kennedy ... Vick
Morgan Rusler ... Mac
Jeanne Cooper ... Jeanine (Present Day)
Adam Sutton Adam Sutton ... Bryon
Elizabeth Sandifer Elizabeth Sandifer ... Jeanine (30 Years Ago)
Alice Cunningham Alice Cunningham ... Lucy
Stevie Johnson ... Griffin
Ken Merckx Ken Merckx ... Dom
D'Wayne Gardner D'Wayne Gardner ... Raheem
D.K. Kelly D.K. Kelly ... Milo
Charles Lance Charles Lance ... Al
Matthew Rhew Matthew Rhew ... Kevin
Matt Tallackson Matt Tallackson ... Cop
R.C. Ormond ... Jay
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Larry Mackey is a blue-collar dad in the 1970's, determined to make a better future for his young son. A future that's coming a lot faster than he thinks... When a depraved gang of time travelers from 2000 cross Larry's path, he's accidentally forwarded, where he discovers he's the reason his grown son has become a gangland murderer. Now he must make every minute count in his second chance of a lifetime to set things right . Written by Ciaran O'Shea

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Tomorrow Is Not Just Another Day....It's Another TIME.

Genres:

Drama | Sci-Fi | Thriller

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R | See all certifications »
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Good concept, lots of heart, to little budget.
29 January 2003 | by kallabos-1See all my reviews

I admit I was skeptical, but I was pleasantly surprised by this one however. Watching this movie, I got the impression that the film makers wanted to do much more with the story but were hindered by budget limitations (we are talking about a B-movie here). Corbin Bernson did reasonably well in portraying the troubled father; however Beth Kennedy came up a little short on reflecting any emotion (no shortage of tongue in cheek humor though). The end is touching in a cliché sort of way. I was amused to see the small cameo by Zach Galligan. In the end, I believe that project had great potential but not enough financial resources or production time to flesh out shallow characters and thin story line.


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Official Sites:

MTI Home Video

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 March 2002 (Netherlands) See more »

Also Known As:

Time Shifters See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Bedford Entertainment See more »
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Dolby Digital

Color:

Color
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