A pair of scientists learn they can push electrons back in time and can send emails.
Calm, enthralling, and deeply moving. This movie does all the right things with science fiction and time travel. It keeps the core values of the characters, lets things make just enough sense to have the audience both engaged, confused and planning ahead, and has a romantic streak to it.
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14 days earlier.
- Fuck I hate when movies do this.
- 5:00 -- I could easily have guessed it was something like a cow.
- 5:00 -- Curiously, there's a fat woman right there.
- 6:45 -- What the fuck kind of contest is thi?
- 7:30 -- How are emails... anonymous? I guess this is hand-waiving.
- 7:45 -- While not eco-terrorism, I can't recall the name of the shit they're doing.
- 9:30 -- Nice that they'd un-hand-waive the email anonymity.
- 9:30 --
Lena Lena <2040lena at gmail.com>
- 10:30 -- "Put it all in" .. oh I will.
- 11:45 -- What?
15:30 -- "Houston we have liftoff" is from the Apollo 11 launch, the precursor to the first human landing on the moon.
18:15 -- 25 years later.
- Wait, I thought we were 14 days earlier.
- 19:15 -- Joseph C. Hafele, Richard E. Keating, Hafele–Keating experiment
- 22:30 --
Lotte at esat.kul.be
- fictional: Clinton's murder, the crash of 2025.
- 26:45 -- 2015-05-11
- 29:00 -- Hendrik Casimir, The Casimir effect
- 30:45 -- Oh, she's actually wheelchair-bound. I thought it had to do with her pregnancy.
- 32:00 -- Are they really digging, for glass?
34:30 -- Communicating with the past, able to influence the present? Send a philosopher.
- Writing a script for a movie which has communication with the past, and they're able to influence the present? Send a philosopher
- 35:15 -- 2015-05-11
35:45 -- I don't understand this movie. Why wouldn't there already be things that have already echoed back from their future into their present from changes to their past?
- If he plans on sending those pictures back, which he should, those seem like a lot of attachments and even with reduced-quality images it would make a large-sized email.
- I'd send everything back to myself, so I could build the time machine already. Except they're worried about "changing" things, so I'd have him send them to the older dude to delay-give them to me by a day.
- I'd also screw with having my future-self send stuff to my present-self.
- Oh oh.. an email that I'd see in my inbox but wouldn't open until later, when I'd send it back to myself. Something fucked up. Screw reality.
- 36:30 -- He's really carrying her around that often? I guess in the future he can have a spine-replacement or some such.
- 39:15 -- Arenberg Castle (Kasteel van Arenberg)
- 40:30 -- Take evidence from the present, send it to the past, send more stuff to an easlier-past to make changes to the current-present, open and compare the current-present with that evidence. Or something.
- 45:00 -- Well that's a much cooler timeline.
47:00 -- Luke Butcher, the first to suggest sending a ray of light back in time.
- I don't know if this is fictional.
- 48:00 -- Albert Einstein, Stephen Hawking
- 52:30 -- It strikes me as weird that he'd be so in love with Griet. I didn't see that they spent that much time together. Maybe she was his first love.
- 56:15 -- Dammit, why does every movie-motivation for a male have to be a women?
- 1:07:30 -- I'm confused. That guy doesn't look very old, certainly not older than Viktor.
- 1:14:00 -- As usual, all efforts would have to lead to having the machine never built in the first place.
- 1:17:00 -- Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo CRITICAL FRIENDZONE!
- 1:17:45 -- Dude, adjusting time so you can get the girl is fucking horrible. That's some sort of sick rapey shit right there man. Didn't your future self teach your present self to not fuck around with your past self?
- 1:18:45 -- Or suicide. That works, and also removes the time machine. For now.
1:21:00 -- Oh snap, a happy ending. I've been told.