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.
Max's futuristic-looking wristwatch is a stock Casio model DW-400.
That's C-4. Not only will it turn this house into dust, but it will also separate every part of you from every other part of you.
The film's time travel rules make no sense at all. They say that one cannot go forward because the future has not happened yet, but they say that you can go back. This is ludicrous because when they return to their own time they are indeed going forward. If you can go back then you can go forward. If what they said were indeed true then the travelers would be stuck once they go back.
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 18 September 1994