Sep 26, 2012 12:29AM
My long time favorite has been Somewhere in Time with Christopher Reeve and Jane Seymour and great musical background
Sep 25, 2012 5:49PM
The Final Countdown was about the difference an American AIRCRAFT CARRIER would make at Pearl Harbor, not a fricking destroyer.
To the author of this piece, do some research before showing your ignorance.
Sep 26, 2012 1:08AM
Rating them in "Entertainment Value" and "quality production", I'd have to go with "Somewhere in Time " as well. Number 2 would have to be "Time After Time". Of course, both "The Time Machine" editions are very good, but I prefer the earlier edition for storyline. Then, all 3 "BTTF" movies as well. I'd also classify "The Lake House" as a 'time' travel movie as well. I've always loved all 'Time Travel' genre movies and TV show episodes. Star Trek's "City on the Edge of Forever" is one of my favorite episodes. I even watch the old "Time Tunnel" show off Netflix. ;-D
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