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Anthony Cooper
Anthony Cooper

Subtitle Project Almanac

Project Almanac name checks some of its influences. Back to the Future, Doctor Who and Bill & Ted. Yet its superficial charms never amounts to much.Geeky teenager David Raskin (Jonny Weston) wants to go to MIT but cannot afford to do so. When he finds some designs to build a time machine in his late father's attic.David and his friends (Quinn and Adam) build it from available parts they can get from the local Home Depot store. David watches a video tape of his birthday party when he was a kid and noticed a glimpse of him as an adult in there. David is convinced that the project will be a success.David's sister Christina films everything regarding the project and lo and behold they travel back in time. They take revenge on a school bully, one of them takes frequent attempts to pass a chemistry test, attend Lollapalooza, win the lottery and David goes out with the high school hottie.However all the going back in time causes a ripple effect. Each time David tries to fix the problem he makes it worse.I found it hard to believe that one of David's even more geekier friend could not pass the chemistry test first time. Even more difficult to believe that they mess up with the lottery numbers so they do not win the top jackpot prize.If you are going to win lots of money why do you care about passing a high school test or getting some revenge on the local bully?Also these were clever people, before they time travelled they should had checked up on some do's and don't about time travel.The first part of the movie was frivolous and fun. When the film steps up from its premise it loses its way as the characters become selfish and shallow.

subtitle Project Almanac

The single-disc DVD is presented in widescreen enhanced for 16:9 TVs with English 5.1 Dolby Digital, French 5.1 Dolby Digital, Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital and English Audio Description and English, French, Spanish and Portuguese subtitles. The disc includes the feature film in standard definition.

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