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Time Lapse (2001)

Clayton Pierce is an agent working under deep cover. Although he is a top agent, he is questioning his loyalty after twenty years of service. His devotion has already cost him his wife, ... See full summary »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Roy Scheider ... Agent La Nova
Dina Meyer ... Kate
William McNamara ... Clayton Pirce
Henry Rollins ... Gaines
Barry Lynch Barry Lynch ... Simon
Adoni Maropis ... Iraqi Leader
Endre Hules ... Rossovitch
Cassandra Hepburn ... Susan Li (as Cassandra Hitti)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Haskell V. Anderson III ... Dr. Scott Warren
Gabriella Bern Gabriella Bern ... Ann
Brian Christensen ... Agent Duff
Bob Kirsh Bob Kirsh ... Detective
Timothy Roberts Timothy Roberts ... Garage Mechanic
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Clayton Pierce is an agent working under deep cover. Although he is a top agent, he is questioning his loyalty after twenty years of service. His devotion has already cost him his wife, family and personal life. During a de-briefing from his last assignment, he is unknowingly administered the drug Oblivion, which destroys brain cells causing permanent memory loss. Within a few days of injection, the drug's effects become irreversible. Clayton will not only lose his memory, he will lose his identity as well. He realizes he can no longer rely on anyone at the agency to help him, not even his boss, Agent LaNova. With nowhere left to go, he appeals to his ex-wife, Kate, for help. Clayton and Kate must locate the antidote before it's too late. Written by Anonymous

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Rated R for violence, language and brief sexuality | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 November 2001 (USA) See more »

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Past Tense See more »

Filming Locations:

Santa Clarita, California, USA

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On the chess board shown at the beginning (and then again later in the movie) the main character promotes the pawn to a knight which both he and the computer claim is a checkmate for black. It isn't a checkmate, since white can then take the knight with the bishop. There is a mate in three for black (rook to g2, white is forced to move the king into the corner, rook to a1, white is forced to interpose the bishop, rook takes bishop = checkmate) See more »

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Edited from The Long Kiss Goodnight (1996) See more »

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Very bad. Very dad. Very bad.
1 October 2018 | by casablancavicSee all my reviews

This was very bad. Vry bad. Very bad.

The only worthwhile actor in this was Dina Meyer - and luckily for her, hopefully she got paid.

The script was stupid with too many unbelieveabilities and incompetent moves.

Very bad continuity and story structure.

It also featured a lead actor - William McNamara who looked like he was going to bust out in tears at any moment.

When your lead character looks like they are about to cry all the time, maybe it's time to get another actor who won't shed tears after they read the script.

But then, anybody reading this script would probably want to cry - it's that bad.

Dina, no doubt had bills to pay - so sadly she took it, but it is so far beneath her.

This gets two stars - just for having Dina Meyer in the film - anything aside of that is not worth the second star.


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