This time-travel thriller is set in an alternate time, a world where history has unfolded differently. Rez played by Patrick Buchanan (Belfast Story) lost his wife sometime in the past. Now...
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Jonathan Neil Dixon
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This time-travel thriller is set in an alternate time, a world where history has unfolded differently. Rez played by Patrick Buchanan (Belfast Story) lost his wife sometime in the past. Now heist a man abandoned by society, but he possesses a gift: the perfect photographic memory, but having perfect recall isn't all it's cracked up to be. A covert government agency headed by Rez's old mentor Haycock - played by Anthony Murphy (Charlie Casanova, Dawn of the Dragonslayer) has stolen a device called 'Titus'; a machine that has the ability to send a person eight hours into the future, but only for a short period. The organisation is making millions by recording advance knowledge of the stock market, heisting the future eight hours at a time. One day Rez leaps forward in time and witnesses a nuclear explosion. As he jumps back to his own time-line, events begin to spiral out of control as he only has eight hours to discover the cause, save his estranged daughter and a city, unaware it's ...Written by
Alan Leonard & Michael O'Flaherty
I thought I would write this for those of you perusing IMDb to read about this film and wanted to share a few thoughts. Without any spoilers, it had many of the fine things we see today in the modern Sci-fi moview, however, without the touch. So to lay it out in a short few words, this movie was very 'raw' and needed to be fine-tuned. If it had been polished a bit, that would have raised my stars up a bit. To have made this movie become a 9 star (my highest personal rating except for the exceptional few) this movie could still have done it, but needed better screenplay and acting.
It felt like a high-school project movie.
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