PG | | Adventure, Drama, Sci-Fi
H.G. Wells pursues Jack the Ripper to the 20th Century when the serial murderer uses the future writer's time machine to escape his time period.
H.G. Wells always refers to his time machine simply as "the time machine" or "the machine". When the machine is first shown, however, the name "Argo" is visible on the front. This is the name Wells gave to his machine in the novel that inspired the film.
Every age is the same. It's only love that makes any of them bearable.
Before John Leslie Stevenson (Jack the Ripper) asks H.G. Wells for the return key for the time machine and attacks him, he locks the door to the Hotel room. A maid knocks on the door and then opens it saying, "Room service." The door should have still been locked.
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