A spasso nel tempo

A spasso nel tempo

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:94 minutes
  • Release:1996
  • Language:Italian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:usa,   time travel,   tourist,  

While visiting Universal Studios in Hollywood along with their respective families, two Italian tourists get on a real time machine and got lost in time. Professor Mortimer effort to rescue... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


A spasso nel tempo torrent reviews

Josh M (jp) wrote: Too many movies already have similar plots. Way too cliche. I found myself bored after the first 30 minutes. It is very predictable and not that funny.

Jennifer S (ag) wrote: totally canadian.adorable characters that really are unique. each character has their own battle in this, but the overall theme is sweet and defining of what small town life is like for a teen eager and desperate for more then her community can offer, only to realise that sometimes the things you resent are also the things you love

Charles P (es) wrote: With no time to care about the characters needing rescue or doing the rescuing, Gray Lady Down makes for one dull sit.

Jeremy S (au) wrote: I just love the Matt Helm movies all of them are good and this one is a great way to see Martin at his best

Crystal E (ca) wrote: this was just great! i watched it at like 4 in the morning and couldn't have loved it more. great heist and wonderful love story

Ben L (ag) wrote: I've never wished a movie would do a better job of living up to its potential than I did with this film. The first act of this movie has basically everything I would want in a film. They load it with action, mystery, and even a hilarious voice-over that breaks the fourth wall constantly. I was enjoying myself so much that I was starting to think that this might be one of the best movies I had seen in years. But there was a certain point, and I couldn't tell you exactly where it happened, but suddenly I was struggling with the film. The plot got convoluted, the actions of the protagonists became illogical, and the voice-over became very limited. I was no longer following the story or laughing! This was a huge problem, until it hit the third act and suddenly the loose ends started to tie up and the logical connections were re-established, and the voice-over returned. So if I could judge the entire film on the beginning and end I would be giddy, but that middle section needed some serious help. Unfortunately, this seems to be my struggle with most of Shane Black's scripts. He definitely has a writing style and sense of humor that I appreciate, and he creates the kind of stories I love, but there always seems to be some struggle with the plot along the way. I'd probably recommend Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, and it might work better for me if I watch it again, but on my first viewing I found it just short of awesome.

Wilmar G (it) wrote: It was a very interesting approach to an "end of the world" film. As much as I wanted to incorporate myself to the story I couldn't due to predictability and flatness of it. Acting from Ewan McGregor conveyed a lot of emotions, that was enjoyable. If only those gaps were explored more.