12:01 (1993)

TV Movie   |  PG-13   |    |  Comedy, Sci-Fi, Thriller


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A man likes a woman at work. He sees her get murdered. He gets drunk and zapped at 12:01AM. Next morning she's back and everything is exactly like the day before. The time loops gives him chances to save her.


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  • Jonathan Silverman and Jeremy Piven in 12:01 (1993)
  • Helen Slater in 12:01 (1993)
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  • Helen Slater and Jonathan Silverman in 12:01 (1993)
  • Jonathan Silverman in 12:01 (1993)
  • Robin Bartlett and Jonathan Silverman in 12:01 (1993)

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26 September 2000 | robricci
A good movie
This is my my second movie I saw where the day keeps repeating. The first one was a short on Showtime. It was a serious flick. In that one, it was worse; in that movie the same HOUR kept repeating as opposed to the same DAY repeating, not to mention that that flick was NON-comedy. Anyway, I was glad to see that that this film had some comedic elements. I like to find my favorite line in a movie. In this one, it would have to be where his mom calls, and Barry tells his mom "I can't talk right now, mom. The day's repeating" and hangs up. I saw it when it ORIGINALLY came on TV, so I don't remember it much, but I do remember I thought it was 2 hours well spent.

On a side note, I saw Groundhog Day after this movie. Groundhog Day is different enough from this movie so you can watch both and not feel like you're having the day repeat. (sorry, COULDN'T resist).

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Release Date:

5 July 1993

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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