R | | Action, Crime, Sci-Fi
Max Walker, an officer for a security agency that regulates time travel, must fend for his life against a shady politician who's intent on changing the past to control the future.
Agent Walker always runs or is in fast motion (such as falling) when entering/exiting time. Senator McComb walks when entering/exiting time. This signifies that one has plenty of "time" and the other doesn't.
You're allowed to have a life, you know. I read it in a manual somewhere.
Final fight has his home blown to shreds in a huge fireball. He rests his pregnant wife in the front yard on top of his unconscious self. When he returns back to his time period he goes home...he then meets his now living wife and son in the "same" house. Problem.That time line has his house totally destroyed. He returns to a pristine house. Guess they rebuilt it using same paint color.
The 2009 Warner Bros. DVD release plasters the Largo Entertainment logo with an Intermedia logo. The Largo logo after the end credits is also deleted and creates an abrupt end with the closing credit music.
$12,064,625 (USA) (18 September 1994)
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