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Three magazine employees head out on an assignment to interview a guy who placed a classified ad seeking a companion for time travel.

A disaffected magazine intern befriends a mysterious eccentric, who is looking for a partner to accompany him on a trip back through time. Together, they embark on a hilarious, smart, and unexpectedly heartfelt journey that reveals how far believing can take you. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Genevive C (ag) wrote: Great plot twists. And you get to see Gael Garcia Bernal's naked ass.

Josh L (fr) wrote: A funny spy flick that's also a great time capsule of 1980s New York.

Dawn K (it) wrote: Creepy AND campy at the same time. I have never forgotten this movie.

Sandra D (ag) wrote: This movie was TARA-ble. Not at all TARA-fying. Well, that is not true. Reid's acting was TARA-fyingly bad. This movie should be called Suck-ubus... Tara Reid is pretty much a savant for most of the movie as she wonders around A hallway doing her best to locate where someone is at by asking "Where are you at?" (Not kidding). My friend Bret would like to add "Please someone stop Tara Reid before she acts again."

Robert W (ru) wrote: A tour de force of existential angst! Another Bergman great. A young woman's re-descent into madness amid complicated inter-relationships in her family. As usual, Berman explores religious themes as a part of dysfunction. Harriet Andersson gives an amazing performance.

Wade H (fr) wrote: A slap in the face to the fans of the video game and character. Moore direction focuses more on the cheap energy of the action then the stupid incomplete plot, tarnished from the great game. Whalberg's performance of Max Payne is like his other ones, stoned face and out of breath.

Alan N (au) wrote: I love this film. Great characterisation, clever plotting, and mesmerising locations. Neither monotonous or tired as the critics consensus states.

Aidan H (br) wrote: Really good animated film some stuff made no sense though.

Timothy J (es) wrote: 1970's Creature Feature Fare.