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A man's son's older self goes back in time to kidnap himself.
It's not great or anything, but it's obscure enough that I'm glad to have bought it.
A street urchin is adopted into royalty to become an unusual prince in the unusual circumstances of his day;
A bubblegum movie. Pretty and decently-engaging.
Properly titled Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
An unlikely time-traveler reappears to help defeat a warlord who had unmade half the population of Earth five years ago.
A man travels forward in time to discover the future of Christianity.
An adorably heavy-handed piece of Christian propaganda.
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
An asshole anchorman is sent to a little town to do a fluff story on Groundhog Day, but karma bites him in the ass when the town gets snowed-in.
A fantastic movie not just for the usual things, but for the execution of its idea. Unlike so many movies that have its elements, this one stays grounded and accessible. This movie is well-loved and highly recommended.
This movie has its title because it's set on Groundhog Day.
Time travellers recruit an everyman to help save their world.
Crude and un-funny.
Archaeologists discover the site they're working on is surrounded by land owned by their funder, a rich technology company, which is even more interested in it than they.
A riveting book that escalates into a great pace by its middle, and had me turning pages until I finished that latter half in one afternoon. The end chapter is an embarrassingly-bad wrap-up though, which was saddening, but it did not ruin the story.
Highly-recommended. This book has turned me back into a reader.
Published 1999-11-16, by Alfred A. Knopf
This inspired Timeline - (2003 movie)