Time Trackers (1989)

PG   |    |  Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi


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When an evil scientist steals his colleague's time machine, his colleague's beautiful, brilliant daughter, aided by an L.A. cop and a hapless admirer (Wil Shriner), pursues him back to ... See full summary »


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19 January 2014 | Enrique-Sanchez-56
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| Time Travel Movie with some FUN!
OK this was not a big production...but heck, it was fun to watch. The ideas of time travel are all engraved into our brains. The ins and outs and the possibilities and the paradoxes.

This movie handled it well...and it did NOT take itself seriously it even had a comic touches, though slight enough not to be painful...just enjoyable.

Sure, many things could have been done - with a budget. And even with this qualm, the result had nuances and a good storyline that did not cause half the population to tear down the plausibility factor in the time continuum that is usually laid down as the test in these types of movies.

I thought the ensemble was good and there were few clichés that stuck out in my mind. Those who would say this is a bad movie or a B-movie are missing out on one thing which I repeat: FUN.

This movie was fun and it was fun to watch it unfold. Even with the predictability of the whole thing, at least we weren't asked to challenge our understanding of science fiction and the time travel genre.

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Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi

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Release Date:

May 1989

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

Venice, California, USA

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