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Marching Out of Time (1993)

PG | | Sci-Fi
Nazis, in an attempt to teleport themselves into England during World War II, are instead accidentally teleported forward in time into suburbia, United States, in the early 1990s.

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Antone Vassil

Writer:

Antone Vassil
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Credited cast:
Frederick Anderson Frederick Anderson ... Fred Johnson
Michael Hagemeyer Michael Hagemeyer ... Pfc. Ackermann
Matthew Henerson ... Prof. Memo
Heinrich James Heinrich James ... Von Kontz
Jeff Rector ... Lt. Butch
Robert Z'Dar ... Muck
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jim Boeven ... Maj. Fuerst
Dino Vindeni ... Reporter
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Nazis, in an attempt to teleport themselves into England during World War II, are instead accidentally teleported forward in time into suburbia, United States, in the early 1990s.

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Sci-Fi

Certificate:

PG

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Something of a 'turkey'
10 November 2001 | by desdichadoSee all my reviews

This is the type of movie that's so 'bad' (or rather absurd) that it becomes amusing. Not much of a story, stuck somewhere between Top Secret, Weird Science and Back To The Future. But what saves it is the simple, yet functional editing and generally well-made photography, despite a probably low budget. So not a complete waste of time, but I suppose you need to be in the right frame of mind to smirk at all the silliness. 4/10


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Dolby (5.1 surround)

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