posted on Nov, 15 2013 @ 10:23 PM
"Time After Time" - A film from 1979 starring Malcolm McDowell and David Warner. It's about H.G. Wells who uses a time machine to travel to 1979
San Francisco after Jack The Ripper uses his machine to escape to the future.
"The Girl Who Leapt Through Time" - It's a Japanese Anime film from 2006. It's a bit cutesy but not bad. Pretty entertaining if you like animated
"12:01" - A 1993 film that came out just before Groundhog Day which has a very similar premise. A guy is stuck in a time loop. He witnesses this
girl die in a traffic accident, who he has a crush on. And as the time loop continues, he figures out a way to save her and tries to find out why the
time loop is happening. I thought it was pretty good.
"Edge of Tomorrow" - It hasn't been released yet. It comes out June 6, 2014. But here I am, adding it anyway. It is a bit premature. The movie may
suck. But the novel it was based on (All You Need is Kill) was good. It's about this new recruit in a futuristic military that uses this mech suit to
fight this alien race that has invaded Earth. But on his first mission, he dies. However, he discovers that he is in a time loop and keeps waking up
the day before the first mission. So he slowly evolves into a hardened soldier while he dies every day, trying to find a way to escape his fate.
"Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel" - Released in 2009, I caught this one on late night tv one weekend. It wasn't bad. About these three
guys who end up bouncing through time in a British pub. It was fairly entertaining. Not bad.
"The Final Countdown" from 1980. Decent film about a Nimitz Class carrier that sails through a time vortex. The crew find themselves off Oahu just
prior to the Attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. So they try to decide if they should intervene and attempt to change the course of history.
"Triangle" a British film from 2009. About this girl who goes on a boating trip with friends. They find an old derelict boat in the middle of the
ocean and wind up trapped in a time loop. It's pretty good. And pretty bloody.
"Waxworks 2" from 1992. It is a real oddball movie. And not for everyone. Personally, I loved it.