An experimental gate technique strands unlikely survivors on an ancient ship.
On the capture of his last surviving clone, an evil alien enacts a time-editing plan to defeat his human enemies.
It's basically a long episode. As such, it would be impossible to appreciate without having watched much of the series.
Note: I don't know that I would put it here in this the viewing order.
A man travels forward in time to discover the future of Christianity.
An adorably heavy-handed piece of Christian propaganda.
It's not possible to summarize this movie, as it's a finale to Stargate SG-1 - (1997-2007 show).
A really shitty attempt at thieving from the La Femme Nikita - (1990 movie) character and universe.
A popular kid skips school, pulling his best friend and girlfriend into a day of fun.
I don't know how well this movie holds up, but it was a foundational movie from my youth. I think it is a fine example of the spirit of 80s youth movies.
A high school student relives the same day.
It passed over its chance to visit a time loop from another perspective. It's ultimately unsatisfying.
A federal agent is pulled into a terrorism investigation, gaining access to a new field of surveillance technology.
A fantastic movie all around.
properly titled Déjà Vu
A washed-up former Karate champion tries to clean up his life.
A direct sequel to The Karate Kid - (1984 movie)
Stark Enterprises founds Damage Control, a high-security company doing cleanup after The Avengers' massive fight, but Spiderman learns that its technology is being poached by criminals.
I didn't even know this movie existed. It's fair. Recommended for the general audience who enjoys the other movies, though it's definitely not as good as others of its ilk.