Out of Time

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5.61 h 32 min2021X-Ray16+
Manipulated by a time-traveling 1950's G-Man, an unwitting LAPD Detective risks her life tracking down three dangerous aliens who escaped from a secret military base through a time portal, to present-day Los Angeles, where they plan to destroy the world.
Directors
Matt Handy
Starring
Nadege AugustBlake BoydKurt Long
Genres
Science Fiction
Subtitles
English [CC]
Audio languages
English

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Supporting actors
Jessica Graves DavisScott Peat
Producers
Matt HandyEmily Moore
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Matt Handy
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Alcohol usefoul languagesexual contentsmokingviolence
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3.7 out of 5 stars

592 global ratings

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Lenette scorcellettiReviewed in the United States on February 20, 2021
4.0 out of 5 stars
Great little Friday night Sci-Fi
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I almost opted out of watching this movie, thinking it was going to be another really bad 'C' movie, like the millions you find out here. It also didn't help that it had zero reviews, as I depend on those to tell me what kind of movie I can expect. Well, I was pleasantly surprised. It turned out to be a well acted and well filmed ittle Sci-Fi. A cop movie with some time travel and aliens. The story line is good, the characters really grow on you, and it is light-hearted with a feel good ending. If you're not expecting a lavish sci-fi production, I think you might enjoy this Flick.
93 people found this helpful
Joe gamerReviewed in the United States on April 13, 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
WOW!!! a B-Movie SCI-Fi Gem!!!
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So Without giving away spoilers and the ending surprised me. One of the reviewers missed the point the Aliens inhabiting human bodies had a nice touch by always acting wooden except for the boss alien who was smarter and acted less wooden but still weird. Plus while the aliens were definitely amoral killers they were also funny at times lol. As for the agent from the past i can so see the point of him acting old fashion DUH he is from 1951 and i am old enough that i can remember people acting like him in the 1950's. Also This IS a COMEDY/Drama Sci-fi and i definitely did have several chuckles especially from the cop boss's almost Simpson's like dumbness and the murderous aliens antics haha. The serious Drama of this Gem was presented well and mainly by the lead actress and actor. But it was thankfully not overdone. Just enough pathos and emotional pain to give depth to their characters an thus preventing this gem from becoming a comedy farce. At first i had planned to rate this a 4 star movie but the more i think about all the little and big elements of this comedy/sci-fi movie coming together so well. I now know i will buy this movie and show it to my friends and to my Grand kids when they get old enough to understand it
39 people found this helpful
WesReviewed in the United States on April 3, 2021
1.0 out of 5 stars
No thanks
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I made it about 45 minutes into the movie. I had to stop watching it. I'm pretty sure the movie was lowering my IQ with ever passing minute.
This is a good example of how important a good soundtrack and sound effects are.
34 people found this helpful
Original Toe KneeReviewed in the United States on April 7, 2021
1.0 out of 5 stars
cliches, bad acting, poor unimaginative writing
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Here we go again... lacking original ideas, a "creative" regurgitates worn out sci - fi cliche... ouch. Embarrassing watching such poor acting/over acting... story line is so worn out I am stunned.
26 people found this helpful
Amazon CustomerReviewed in the United States on April 10, 2021
3.0 out of 5 stars
C+
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A solid OK. Why do people go to so much trouble to make a movie and then turn the actors into marionettes? Bad script or bad direction, bad editing? Who knows. A few loose ends, like how were three aliens going to kill everyone on the planet one by one when it takes them about twenty seconds in a low probability outcome to do it to one person. People are being born eighty times faster than they can invade their bodies. Three aliens working 24/7 with no breaks would still lose ground by 4 human births per second. And, I'm sorry. No matter how patient and hot the immortal guy is, waiting 60 years for time to catch up so he could pick up the girl in a Porsche 911 and brag about his stock picks stretches believablilty. Totally believable otherwise. :) At least the cop wasn't all agog about all the tech. An avoided cliche' Plus one point. And let's forget the time paradox. If girl cop had asked Vernon if his bro, the boy cop, had disappeared, she would have known that he had not survived, because Vernon gave him a big hug and said how much he missed him. But he did survive, meaning at some point boy cop was not missed by Vernon, and that boy cop, having waited 60 years to brag on his stock picks to girl cop, who, btw, just walked away from her car in the middle of the desert to Porsche 911 into the sunset, existed in two forms. Why o why didn't the immortal hot cop form bother to help out when things got so rough? He could have told them that tasing the aliens was better than shooting them, and saved the jogger, the moron, the brainiac. But nooooooooo. Let-em-all die. Why? Because there is only one time line? Nope. Logic, as you might imagine, doesn't work in time travel movies, most likely because logic depends on temporal continuity and that time travel is impossible in a logical universe. An illogical universe produces movies like this however, so maybe time travel is possible. Go figure. The writer/director/producer deserves a little jail time for wasting the Earth's resources on this thing. Still I didn't walk away or I did, or both.
21 people found this helpful
VWReviewed in the United States on May 8, 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
Fun, Low-Budget, Old-Style Sci-Fi Thriller
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You don't need endless special effects to label a movie "Sci-fi." Think "Them," "The Thing," "The Blob," and so many other greats. This one is about an agent from the Fifties (Area 51, Roswell) who jumps through time into the present day, on the trail of shape-shifting, or rather, body-appropriating aliens, who are bent on the destruction of humanity. He's paired with a tough-talking female detective and some of the fun involves their interplay: his Fifties' attitudes to women and her reactions. Actually, this movie reminds me of another wonderful low-tech sci-fi movie: "The Hidden" with Kyle McLachlan and Michael Nouri. After seeing this one, see that one.
20 people found this helpful
Gary R.Reviewed in the United States on April 16, 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
Great Ending
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Nothing comes to mind as far as dislikes. I tend to side with another commenter that the acting and actors where good and the plot was good. Was not what I call a slow start movie and some stuff was kept in suspense but was discovered throughout the movie and a nice ending.
21 people found this helpful
Todd M.Reviewed in the United States on June 6, 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
A low budget scifi with some humor.
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More than a few scifi movies have a big budget, big names and a huge budget yet fail to engage the viewer and accomplish what they set out to do. This one takes the low road to success by having a limited cast that was engaging and a simple plot. Some aliens escape from custody through a time machine from our past to our present and someone comes after them but can’t take long to do it so he needs some help is essentially the story. Putting someone from the 50’s into the present leads to some humor as he tries to blend in with the new surroundings. There’s no budget here so the scifi is not a fleet of spaceships, advanced weapons or creature CGI but it’s a good little drama that has some nice twists to it and we thought it worked on all levels if you go into it not expecting it to be something it’s not nor ever intended to be.
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