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Has anyone here seen the movie Time After Time?
if you have can you till me if it is anygood and should I get it on DVD. And could someone till me how much is Corey Feldman in the movie and what part he has in it.

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Corey Feldman is barely in the film, and he was very young. He plays a little Boy who says something to his Mother in a Museum. that's it.

The film itself is quite fun and entertaining. David Warner plays Jack the ripper, who steals H.G. Wells' time machine and travels into 1970's L.A. So H.G. Wells (Malcom McDowell) chases him to the future, where he meets and falls in Love with a modern Woman, Mary Steenburgen.

It's a silly story, but it's highly enjoyable. The cast alone make it well worth watching.

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Parts of Logan5's post:
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...David Warner plays Jack The Ripper, who steals H.G. Wells' time machine and travels into 1970's L.A.
CORRECTION: Jack the Ripper and H.G. Wells time-travel to late-70's San Francisco, not Los Angeles.

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...So, H.G. Wells (Malcom McDowell) chases him to the future, where he meets and falls in Love with a modern Woman, Mary Steenburgen.
And that's how McDowell and Steenburgen met in real life. The two were married in real-life a year later, and the marriage would last for ten years.

Ironically, Steenburgen's character in the "Back To The Future, #3" (1990) fell in love with another time-traveling scientist! [Smile]

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CORRECTION: Jack the Ripper and H.G. Wells time-travel to late-70's San Francisco, not Los Angeles.

My bad! It's so clearly San Fran, I don't know why I said L.A.!
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quote:
Originally posted by logan5:
Corey Feldman is barely in the film, and he was very young. He plays a little Boy who says something to his Mother in a Museum. that's it.

The film itself is quite fun and entertaining. David Warner plays Jack the ripper, who steals H.G. Wells' time machine and travels into 1970's L.A. So H.G. Wells (Malcom McDowell) chases him to the future, where he meets and falls in Love with a modern Woman, Mary Steenburgen.

It's a silly story, but it's highly enjoyable. The cast alone make it well worth watching.

It sounds good to me i must get it on DVD or VHS.
just asking but what does Corey say in it?
my friend said it was really cute [Big Grin]

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Yeah, I remember seeing this movie on HBO many years ago. I thought it was kind of scary with the murder scenes by Jack the Ripper. A pretty well made movie for its time.

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I have this one of DVD. I thought it was pretty entertaining.
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