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Added on: 22/12/2000 21:13
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What if you could reach back in time? What if you could change the past?
Certificate: 15
Running Time: 112 mins
Retail Price: £19.99
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What if you could reach back into time and change the one event that forever altered your life? Would you do it? And what would it be?

All his life, police officer John Sullivan (Jim Caviezel) has been haunted by one tragic event. When a once-in-a-lifetime phenomenon of nature opens a mysterious channel to the past, John is stunned to discover that he is able to communicate with his dad Frank (Dennis Quaid) who`s been dead for 30 years. But by changing the past, they set in motion a string of brutal, unsolved murders, with John`s mother, and Frank`s wife, the next victim. Racing against time, the son and father must now find a way to stop the crime that could destroy the future for both of them.

Directed by Gregory Hoblit (Primal Fear), this mind-bending, edge-of-your-seat thriller will keep your adrenaline pumping long after its final, astonishing climax.

Special Features:
Interactive Menus
Scene Access
Theatrical Trailer
Deleted Scenes
Cast & Crew Biographies
Director`s Commentary

Video Tracks:
Widescreen Anamorphic 2.35:1

Audio Tracks:
Dolby Digital 5.1 English
Dolby Digital Stereo 2.0 English

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Directed By:
Gregory Hoblit

Written By:

Shawn Doyle
Noah Emmerich
Elizabeth Mitchell
Andre Braugher
James Caviezel
Dennis Quaid

Casting By:
Cathy Sandrich
Amanda Mackey Johnson

Soundtrack By:
J. Peter Robinson
Michael Kamen

Director of Photography:
Alar Kivilo

David Rosenbloom

Costume Designer:
Elisabetta Beraldo

Production Designer:
Paul Eads

Howard W. Koch Jr.
Gregory Hoblit
Patricia Graf
Toby Emmerich
Janis Rothbard Chaskin
Bill Carraro

Executive Producer:
Robert Shaye
Richard Saperstein

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8 / 10
Film is still quite gripping, but I enjoyed it more the first time when I saw it at the cinema. The end is far to cheesy with all that camp baseball stuff, but apart from that I like the movie.

There is an intriguing i.e. extremely boring featurette.
posted by Rich_H on 31/8/2002 22:14