- Language: English, French
- Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
- Number of discs: 1
- Studio: Paramount
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- ASIN: B0001I55NS
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Great acting and lots of fun24 March 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
This is one of those movies that you see once and then go looking for it to watch again. The story has a couple great villains, one is a snobbish and cruel English Lord the other is a self-centered businessman. The characters are relatable and *spoilers* they don't all make it through, which makes the story more believable. If you like historical fiction I would recommend given this movie a try, if you like time travel and the concept of seeing your actions from the past in the future then you will also like this movie. If you enjoy a bit of romance and some medical warfare then you'll enjoy it to. Basically, just watch it. :)
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Can't go wrong with this movie30 May 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
Great Movie. One of my favorites. Netflix only has this for physical rental, so it was nice to purchase a digital copy as well. The extras also help folks to understand the movie as well. All the actors do a good job and it's also fun to see the circle of event happen in the past that come full circle in the present.
5 people found this helpful
Entertaining Sci Fi21 August 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
Intriguing time travel concept that seemed believable. Also, it has two of the most attractive actors of their generation, Paul Walker and Gerry Butler. All around entertaining.
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This a terrific sci-fi time travel flick3 February 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
This a terrific sci-fi time travel flick. It has a cast that won't quit. Michael Crichton wrote the story, Paul Walker of Fast and Furious fame, and Gerard Butler ( Gods of Egypt, How to Train your Dragon, Laura Croft Tomb Raider) played main characters and others. The setting was in France and with moderately good technobabble science, land in the middle of the French and British Hundred years war. Exciting, engaging, well crafted and researched; this is a movie well worth having.
5 people found this helpful
Still worth watching21 November 2008 - Published on Amazon.com
Paul Walker is laughably horrific in his lead performance, but the presence of the ever charismatic Gerard Butler and Billy Connoly save the film from disaster. Kate's character is played very poorly by a good actress, a fact which disappoints on several levels. Of course the book is far better than the film, but for those of us who can't completely grasp all the scientific concepts alluded to in the novel, the movie serves the purpose of giving you the bare basics. The fact that the movie disregards the common knowledge that modern French and English are far different from their Medieval counterparts is further exacerbated by the pathetic "Frenchman" of their group. However, the historical romance between Marek and Lady Claire steal the show and bring this film from a taudry piece of poorly written scripting into a likeable film I'm willing to watch often enough to warrant purchasing.
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