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Time After Time
Malcolm Mcdowell and David Warner




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H. G. Wells follows Jack the Ripper in a time machine from 19th century England to San Francisco. Good performance by Mary Steenburgen as the woman who befriends Wells.

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Overview

H. G. Wells follows Jack the Ripper in a time machine from 19th century England to San Francisco. Good performance by Mary Steenburgen as the woman who befriends Wells.

Main Cast & Crew

Nicholas Meyer - Director
Malcolm McDowell
David Warner
Mary Steenburgen
Charles Cioffi
Laurie Main
Andonia Katsaros
Patti D'Arbanville
Keith McConnell
Geraldine Baron
James Garrett

 

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DVD Format
  • Format: DVD (New Box Art)
  • Run Time: 112
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 883929030835
  • Genre: Drama
  • Rating: Not Rated
  • Release Date: August 2002

Related Categories:
Movies > Science-Fiction/Fantasy

Related Keywords:
Romance
Science-Fiction
Slasher
Time Travel
Love Story
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Romances
Love
Based On A Novel

 

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Synopsis:
Victorian Brits H.G. Wells and Jack the Ripper travel through time into late 70s San Francisco. While the author marvels at this Utopian Eden, the psycho killer discovers his spiritual home -- and goes out searching for his next victim.

Notes:
This was director Nicholas Meyer's first feature film.

Reviews:
"...Charming comedy, disarming romance, feverish suspense, and genuine tragedy..." -- Rating: B+ - 02/17/1995 Entertainment Weekly, pp.66-7


"...Magical..." - 09/28/1979 New York Times, p.C10


"[A]n appropriately grisly cross between THE TIME MACHINE and AMERICA'S MOST WANTED..." - 04/13/2004 USA Today, p.3D


"Nicholas Meyer's 1979 time-travel fantasy has a terrific premise....The painted backdrops of Big Ben, the sets of London streets with fog machines working overtime make everything look gloomy and mysterious, all have a quaintness that's very pleasing." - 09/12/2008 New York Times

 

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