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Plot: A group of archaeologists become trapped in the past when they go there to retrieve a friend. The group must survive in 14th century France before they can escape back to the 21st Century Runtime: 116 mins Release Date: 26 Nov 2003
If you are looking for the ride of your life, hold on and prepare to be faxed back to Castleguard in 1357 France at the height of the English invasion. High action and drama ensus as a group of archeology students fronted American heart-throb Paul Walker, have to travel back in time to save Pauls father from being stuck in 1357 forever. Joining the team on this ride is Gerald Butler, the Scottish cutie who first melted hearts as the Badass Dracula in Dracula 2000, and then did another number on our souls when he teamed up with Angelina Jolie for Tomb Raider 2. This movie is one thrill fest, <more>
that will leave you wishing Time Travel was possible. If you are fan of History, and even if you are not, you will have a blast. As someone who loves History and archeology this movie was something out of a dream, getting to do what they got to do. I'm not going to say too much more as I don't want to spoil the movie for anyone, but believe me when I say this you will love this movie. This movie is one of a kind!!!
I loved this film. I had no clue there was a book before, but I loved the film. One of the better done time travel films because all the loose ends are taken care of. There no "Quantum loops" left to boggle your mind.I think it all makes sense and the events appear natural for the era. Sure the events of the film were disappointing, but they really did make sense.Well done, well thought out film.
This is a great movie based on a great book (by metallicamozart)
I loved the movie just as much as I loved the book. I don't particularly care if the book and the movie synch as much as others want it to. I do consider myself a huge Crichton fan, but still... if the movie is excellent on it's own, does everything have to be the same? No. The basics are there and that should be enough.What I especially like, though, is how Gerard Butler's character stays back with his newfound love. And when Kate's character actually bashes in that beautiful work of art, which she earlier says about it "what SOB would ruin such beauty" I forget <more>
the exact quote ... then she realizes that it was her that did that! And when you look at the scene where she bashes it in vs the first time we see the damage, the patterns of breakage are different. But who cares... the movie was excellent anyways.I just wish that the Marines didn't get killed. Their roles were cheap and did not accurately reflect the true ability of real Marines.
This is purely diverting entertainment. The movie does not capture all of the intricacies of the novel, but it stands on its own two feet as an enjoyable escape. No doubt it does not engender the ruminations on lost time that you will find in, say, the writings of Marcel Proust, but that's just fine. If you've ever wondered what it would be like to be transferred to the middle ages, enjoy the experience vicariously through this movie. If you've never had those fantasies, even the cinematic adaptation of Proust's collected works won't help you. The story provides enough <more>
twists to keep it from becoming a simplistic collage of battle scenes, and visually the movie is a treat of scenery and color.
I admit that I read Michael Chrichton's book before watching this film and enjoyed it. I will say that this movie is pretty much nothing like the book. But I'm reviewing this movie as a stand alone movie. Hollywood these days messes up with the book to film transitions. Look at Eragon! That's why I don't review films based off their books.This is about a group of archaeologist students who travel back to 1357 France amidst a war between France and England to rescue the professor who is stuck in that time period.This movie has a pretty good cast. My favorite characters were <more>
portrayed by Paul Walker and Gerard Butler, two action movie heroes.Overall, this a great movie when viewed as a a stand alone. Too bad it did not do well at the box office. I rate this film 9/10.
I watched this film when it came out 2003 and then again recently on DVD 2012 . I was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed it and appreciated it the second time around. Live and learn!This movie was fun to watch at home and was not meant to be the perfect high-tech thriller. The history part high Middle Ages worked well with the sci-fi. The DVD also has sections on the making of the movie, which are inspiring if you are a film buff. The excellent cast worked well together and the production company went all the way to research and produce a film about a specific historical period. <more>
The idea of family--and the love story between Marek and Clair-- make a serious point that really works. The theme of love is just what we need in 2012. A great family film!
I truly enjoyed this movie. It really isn't as bad as most of the reviews I've read make it out to be. It was not horrible or a waste of time. I rented it first and liked it so much I bought it. I'd recommend it for anyone who enjoys Sci-Fi movies for their entertainment value. I haven't read the book, so I can't make any comparisons. I think the whole story came together smoothly. Overall the acting was good, however Paul Walker would probably benefit from a few more classes. Gerard Butler was awesome in his role as Marek. I have a feeling we'll be seeing a lot him in <more>
the future no pun intended . I loved the beginning, the end, and everything in between. I give it a strong 8.
I actually liked this... It wasn't a 10/10 but I found this to be a romantic/action movie with some comedy and of course fantasy.There was no swearing, no nudity, and the violence that was in the movie was left to the imagination as they didn't show the body.I wouldn't of paid to see this in the theater but it was pretty good for a weekend rental on video or dvd...I would probably let my children ages 6+ watch this...as I found it a nice clean family movie and quite enjoyable. I loved the ending...it was sad in a way, but I could understand why Andre did what he did at the end.
It's better if you read the book (by fernanda_03-2)
This movie is great, but there where some changes and things they just cut out from the story. It's nice to have both versions, so if you have the chance, read the book.It's impossible to say that the movie was better, that's almost an insult to Michael Crichton, the point is that if you see the movie, and read the book, you have a funny feeling, personally i read the book first , then saw the movie, and i was comparing the movie with what i was imagining while I was reading, I found it very interesting.......... At the end you can keep the version you like the most.