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If you seek a Wells' connection you better look elsewhere, but "Elephant Man" fans will find that actor Karra Elejalde (playing Hector - the main character) puts John Merrick to shame in the homely department. That poor guy is so ugly that his face actually looks better sporting the assortment of bumps, cuts, and bruises he receives during the course of the film.
"Timecrimes" is a solid time travel movie, although minimalist enough to be within reach of an ambitious college film class. The script and minimalist style are are the film's strengths. My advice would be to just take it for what it is and suppress any temptation to question the characters' motivation and behavior. As there is no attempt at characterization such questioning is a waste of time. The acting and the acting for the camera direction are so uniformly poor that most will be grateful that the characterization is so superficial, thereby saving viewers from a lot of unnecessary torture.
And don't get hung up on how the cycle started, it starts without cause at the point a time machine becomes operational. Just think of it as a literary device, something that simply occurs once it becomes possible for something like it to occur.
Time travel in the movies is typically about paradox.Read more ›
This is a film that should not be spoiled by too much previous knowledge. The less you know the better as the film can unfold its pleasures and surprises at its own pace. Let's just say this. A man spies a nude girl in the woods adjacent to his home and upon further investigation, it seems as if she's been attacked. The assailant then knifes our hero who then flees for his life. Taking refuge in a neighboring laboratory, a time machine of sorts comes into play. Yes, it takes a huge leap of faith--but just go with it! But is a time machine enough to escape from the dark forces that have already been put into play?
Writer/director Nacho Vigalondo must be given complete credit for the success of "Timecrimes.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
OMG, what a waste of time! I don't mind lossing $2.99 BUT I hate wasting my time.
There's no plot, completely improbable and even worse acting. Read more
If you really like Timecrimes, you should get ahold of the exclusive Blockbuser alternate version, which has an exclusive 66 min. Read morePublished 1 month ago by S. Feldman
Wish I would have seen the reviews that mention the terrible dubbing on the instant version. Feel like I wasted my money on dubbed version before finding the subtitled version on... Read morePublished 1 month ago by C. Donehoo
Poorly made time travel pic. Story makes little sense, the dialogue is wooden, in short it's a waste of time.Published 3 months ago by James A. Brix
Fantastic movie with a great take on time travel all that can go wrong. Highly recommended!!!Published 3 months ago by George J L
The movie is shot like an older film, stable camera, a bit grainy, not much exposition, lovely location. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Sami
Very decent movie and interesting story. I felt it was entertaining.Published 3 months ago by Happy coffee
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