Bill & Ted Face the Music (2020)

Bill & Ted Face the Music (2020)

Bill (Alex Winter) and Ted (Keanu Reeves) have reached middle age without having written the song that will create utopia. They have no song, no band, no jobs, no prospects, and even their marriages to the princesses Joanna (Jayma Mays) and Elizabeth (Erinn Hayes) are fraying. One bright spot is their daughters, Thea (Samara Weaving)

Looper (2012)

Looper (2012)

Joe (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) is an assassin. The mob controls time travel in 2074 and sends their victims back in time to 2044 where Joe and his colleagues shoot them and dispose of the bodies. The final job of each “looper” is to kill his own future self. When Joe comes gun-to-face with himself (Bruce Willis),

I’ll Never Forget You (1951)

I’ll Never Forget You (1951)

Nuclear Scientist Peter Standish (Tyrone Power) expresses his displeasure with the modern world to his co-worker (Michael Rennie), who tries to pry Standish away from his home and weird thoughts of time travel. Soon after, a lightning strike sends Standish back in time to 1784 and into the body of his ancestor. There he meets

The Butterfly Effect (2004)

The Butterfly Effect (2004)

Four children, Evan, Andrea, Lenny, and Tommy, have a horrendous childhood filled with murder, molestation, mental breakdowns, and general cruelty.  Evan (Ashton Kutcher) blacks out during many of the worst moments.  As a college student, he finds that he can go back in time to the blacked out periods, and “fix” the past, but each

Millennium (1989)

Millennium (1989)

Bill Smith (Kris Kristofferson), an airplane crash investigator, is perplexed to find Nobel Prize winning scientist Arnold Mayer (Daniel J. Travanti) at a recent crash site, as well as several anomalies in the wreckage. He also meets Louise Baltimore (Cheryl Ladd), an attractive, but bizarre flight attendant. What he doesn’t know is that Louise is

Timeline (2003)

Timeline (2003)

When an archaeological team discovers a note from Professor E.A. Johnston (Billy Connolly), written six hundred years earlier, they demand answers from Robert Doniger (David Thewlis), the CEO of the company backing their dig.  Doniger informs them that he has accidentally discovered time travel and the professor is now trapped in the past.  He agrees