Time After Time1979
Time After Time (1979)
Critic Consensus: With the three principal actors clearly having fun with their roles, Time After Time becomes an amusing, light-hearted fantasy lark.
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as H.G. Wells
as Jack The Ripper / John Leslie Stevenson
as Amy Robbins
as Lt. Mitchell
as Insp. Gregson
as Mrs. Tumer
as Mrs. Turner
as Bank Officer
as Booking Cop
as Woman Cop
as 3rd Cop
as Cab Driver
as 2nd Nurse
as Boy at Museum
as London Bobby
as Man on Street
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Critic Reviews for Time After Time
Such a scrambling of fact, fiction and imagination in itself deserves back-patting and, for the most part, the rendering is as delightful as the basic idea.
A delightful, entertaining trifle of a film that shows both the possibilities and limitations of taking liberties with literature and history.
After nearly two hours the tension has evaporated, and all that's left is a curdle of jokes and brutality.
A movie that's as sweet as it is clever, and never so clever that it forgets to be entertaining.
Audience Reviews for Time After Time
This is my favourite of all the Jack the Ripper theory themed movies. It has a bunch of good actors, and the story is good, and it's a great adventure too.
very entertaining. happy b-day, hg
Take a barrel of monkeys, multiple that by pi and you'll have an idea of how fun this movie is. HG Wells allows Jack the Ripper to escape in time through the use of his time machine, so naturally HG follows him to 1979 in order to capture him. Surprisingly funny and light hearted for a movie of it's body count.