Tempus Fugit explores the effects of being able to travel back and forth in time in boring and insignificant installments – half-day to 6-7 days, at a stretch. But the point is, much like Butterfly Effect (the film – the wikipedia definition!), small, utterly insignificant, initial variations can/ may lead to large changes in the long term. This fascinating theory is clubbed along with an average-nobody’s seemingly inconsequential every day act becoming significant enough to save the world – to an incredible effect.
Tempus Fugit explores the effects of being able to travel back and forth in time in boring and insignificant installments – half-day to 6-7 days, at a stretch. But the point is, much like Butterfly Effect (the film – the wikipedia definition!), small, utterly insignificant, initial variations can/ may lead to large changes in the long term. This fascinating theory is clubbed along with an average-nobody’s seemingly inconsequential every day act becoming significant enough to save the world – to an incredible effect. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ru) wrote: As a fan of Hip-Hop this was a nice documentary with great insight from the legends
(kr) wrote: Was a cool twist on werewolves but that was about all that was good about this movie.
(br) wrote: Not a bad thriller and Taryn Manning is an okay anti-heroine in this dangerous cat and mouse game.
(de) wrote: Very interesting documentary.
(jp) wrote: One of my favorite movie
(au) wrote: Passable but not a sgood as the first
(ag) wrote: funny .. very bizarre
(mx) wrote: insightful to say the least. reflecting jarman's bizarre but thought-provoking filmic style and some his usual preoccupations. Wittgenstein's life and work visually diagramed by a peculiar narrative and a cast of brilliant actors
(mx) wrote: Gary Busey being Gary Busey is what makes this worth watching.
(kr) wrote: best movie.the music, animation, and fun-factor are aligned perfectly. for whatever reason i watched this all the time when i was a kid. the otter was the coolest.
(de) wrote: Review:This is your typical Rob Reiner Rom-Com about a grumpy old man (Douglas) whose trying to sell his house after sadly losing his wife. While his house is on the market, he decides to downsize and live in an apartment block, which he happens to own. His son visits him to tell him that he is going to prison and that he wants him to look after his young girl while he's away, but he declines because of his rocky relationship with him. As his son hasn't got anywhere to turn, he drops his daughter and there stray dog, off at his house and his next door neighbour (Keaton) kindly takes her in. He eventually grows to like his granddaughter and he falls for his next door neighbour whose has also lost her husband and is a part time singer in a bar. From there, you get to see a change in Douglas and the movie becomes a corny and predictable love story. The veteran actors put in average performances due to the storyline which wasn't that great. Rob Reiner tried his utmost to make the script witty and upbeat, but it became a bit boring when Douglas started to grow a heart. On the plus side, there are some emotional scenes with the little girl and her new found family, but I have seen this type of movie, many times before and they all end the same way. Average!Round-Up:I really don't know were the budget for this movie went because it's based around a small community with not that many actors. The director tried to keep it real by introducing the heroin addict son and the little girls mother who was also an addict, but it's a basic love story between Douglas and Keaton which has its ups and downs. Since the brilliant Godfather franchise. Diane Keaton has made the same kind of movies, which are based around the Rom-Com genre and are usually not that magnificent. Douglas has toned down his movies by primarily starring in comedies which haven't been that great, which is a shame because his films used to be massive blockbusters. Anyway, this film isn't one that will go down as one of the greats from Rob Reiner, who brought you movies like The Bucket List, A Few Good Men, When Harry Met Sally and the Princess Bride but I'm sure that it won't damage his reputation.Budget: $30millionWorldwide Gross: $25millionI recommend this movie to people who are into their Rom-Com's about a grumpy old man who falls for his next door neighbour after she takes in his granddaughter because his son has to go to prison. 3/10
(nl) wrote: I made an account just to say how bad this movie is. Horrible. I have never given a movie 0 stars but there is a first for everything.
(de) wrote: Owned it. Seen it. Loved it.