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.
In the fight scenes in the last act of the film, Jean-Claude Van Damme's stunt double was used to create the illusion of the younger Max Walker. This was also done for Ron Silver's character of Senator McComb.
Look, don't expect to be my Chief of Staff if my slamming your face into the side of the car is gonna turn you into a sniveling worm.
When McComb travels back in time to the factory to prevent the deal he made 10 years earlier from happening, Walker kicked him in the face, the scare on the face then appears on the future McComb, this suggests events that happen in the past alter the future. Yet when past/future McComb touch and are therefore destroyed, the future is not changed. Because past McComb no longer exists, the future events would never happen and the entire house scene would not occur at all. This entire scene makes no logical sense because of this.
$12,064,625 (USA) (18 September 1994)
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