Time Trackers

  • 1989
  • 1 HR 27 MIN
  • PG

It takes a certain flair to pull off a time-travel movie, and unfortunately there is little flair in TIME TRACKERS. Produced by Roger Corman on an ultra-low budget, TIME TRACKERS follows the adventures of three scientists as they chase a madman through the ages. The film begins in 2033, when the evil Zandor (Lee Bergere) uses the time machine Charles (Wil...read more

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It takes a certain flair to pull off a time-travel movie, and unfortunately there is little flair in TIME TRACKERS. Produced by Roger Corman on an ultra-low budget, TIME TRACKERS follows the adventures of three scientists as they chase a madman through the ages. The film begins in 2033,

when the evil Zandor (Lee Bergere) uses the time machine Charles (Wil Shriner) and R.J. (Kathleen Beller) are experimenting with to travel to the year 1991, intent on killing one of R.J.'s ancestors (thus negating the future existence of R.J. and her scientist father), and claiming the invention

as his own. R.J., Charles, and weapons expert Madeline (Bridget Hoffman) follow Zandor, first to 1991--where they encounter a helpful detective (Ned Beatty)--then to 1146 England. It all sounds very stupid, but even a plot this ridiculous can be made to work in the right hands. TIME TRACKERS,

however, fails miserably; while borrowing heavily from other films, especially THE TERMINATOR and TIME AFTER TIME, it takes on none of the quality of its progenitors.

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