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95ers: Time Runners (2013/Inception DVD)

Picture: C Sound: C Extras: C- Film: C

In the future, the ultimate weapon are time machines, the ability travel back in time to the tipping point to change the past and rewrite history. In modern time, Sally Biggs (Alesandra Durham) is a successful FBI agent, but her secret is her ability to travel back in time for a few seconds into the past and correct any of her mistakes. She is investigating a series of paranormal activities, including the disappearance of her physicist husband. Somehow everything is tied with her ability, and she is the key to stopping the future war in Thomas Gomez Durham's 95ers: Time Runners (2013).

Sally is usually never wrong, never misses her targets, but that due to her secret ability to turn back time. However, unbeknownst to her, her ability is being secretly studied and monitored to be abused by the very agency she works for, the FBI, and they were the reason behind her husband's disappearance. But even further in the future, she and her future son become important key figures to saving mankind.

This film was no Back to the Future nor Terminator, and most of the film takes place the modern/present time, while the future setting/character mostly just watched her progress. The time travel rules in this film was very strict, had many limitations, that they could only time travel back to the 'tipping points' in the timeline. The anamorphically enhanced image and lossy Dolby Digital sound make for a weak combination, while extras include deleted scenes and commentary.

- Ricky Chiang


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