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Collider (2018)

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In the year 2033, a young girl trapped in a mysterious orphanage recklessly travels back in time to find her parents and amend her past.

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Justin Lewis

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Daniel D. Ford (story) (as Daniel Ford), Daniel D. Ford (as Daniel Ford) | 2 more credits »
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Cast overview:
Christine Mascolo ... Maya
Jude Moran ... Barry
Michael Vasicek ... John
Conner Greenhalgh Conner Greenhalgh ... Tyler
Elena Rose Davis ... Angelica
Heath C. Heine ... Leo
Matt Meibauer Matt Meibauer ... Conner
Dwight Braswell Dwight Braswell ... Roger
Jaclyn Gest ... Emma
Alex Campbell ... Dylan
Michael Gonzales Michael Gonzales ... Danny
Taylor Poyfair ... Emily
Batya Cruz ... Instructor (as Batya Haynes)
James O'Kane ... CID Employee 1
Walter Anaruk ... Employee#2
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In the year 2033, a young girl trapped in a mysterious orphanage recklessly travels back in time to find her parents and amend her past.

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Action | Sci-Fi

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Yet another goofy time travel flick
12 August 2018 | by SnootzSee all my reviews

It's getting to the point I'm about to swear off any further time travel flicks. They're all falling into categories: 1. Been done before and better 2. Make no sense at all 3. Make sense, but are just goofy 4. Have terrible endings 5. Is yet another time travel movie

Seriously, this is a theme that has been done to death. And then killed. And then mangled.

This film does no better. Halfway decent acting and it gives hints that fill in the storyline... but then yet another bogus ending that leaves the audience hanging with a "what happens IF" nuther bunch of nonsense.

I don't go to a movie to have them leave ME to fill out the story line. That's their job, right? If I wanted to invent my own ending, I'd write my own script... and do a lot better job than these films we've seen come out of the churn lately.

This is paradox within paradox, goofier than most, predictable non-ending, and just sloppy writing. Save yer time on this one.


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Country:

USA

Release Date:

1 August 2018 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Denver, Colorado, USA

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GritHouse Films See more »
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2.35 : 1
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