PG-13 | | Drama, Mystery
The story on which this movie was based originally contained references to Stephen King's "The Dark Tower" series, which is set in multiple parallel universes, some resembling our own, but others having high fantasy and/or steampunk settings. The character of Ted Brautigan appeared in King's seventh and final Dark Tower novel, "The Dark Tower". In that novel, the full extent of Ted's psychic power is shown. At one point, he leads several other characters into a closet, from which he transports them to a far-off land. One character explicitly compares this to the wardrobe from "The Chronicles of Narnia", by C.S. Lewis. Sir Anthony Hopkins played Lewis in Shadowlands (1993). C.S. Lewis also wrote an unfinished novel titled "The Dark Tower".
Bobby Garfield (Adult):
Whenever it wants, the past can come kicking the door down. And you never know where it's going to take you. All you can do is hope it's a place you want to go.
Bobby Garfield (Adult): Hi, you have reached the Garfield family. Jill and the boys are away skiing, you can ...
Set in 1960, but when Bobby is reading the sports pages, he reads that Maury Wills is breaking Ty Cobb's stolen base record, which happened in 1962.
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$9,021,494 30 September 2001
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