I am a huge fan of clean filmography. However, many family friendly films can be too family friendly. Sometimes I want something for adults but without adult material. The independent film 95ers: Time Runners delivers just that. It has suspense, action, and deep themes without gore, language, and sexuality.
War rages in the distant future. Millions have died and cities lay in
ruins. But the most feared weapons are the time machines. Final victory
can only be achieved by manipulating the past…
In our day, FBI agent Sally Biggs is obsessed with investigating
unsolved cases involving paranormal activities—especially the bizarre
disappearance of her scientist husband. She suspects that the mysteries
have something to do with the destabilization of time, since she herself
has a strange relationship with time. She has the power to rewind it—to
go back a few seconds, whenever she wants, and remake her choices.
But she had no idea that her power was connected to the cataclysmic
war in the future, and that she, her husband, and their unborn child
would become its most important targets. Assassins with terrifying
technologies are hunting her, and her own timeline is unraveling. Her
only hope is to follow her husband’s ghost to the awesome truth that
ties all the mysteries together—before the ones she loves fade out of
*High-quality, impressive graphics!
*Mild action violence with no gore.
*No language (though there is one use of bastard if that bothers you).
*Unique spin on time travel.
*I love how it connects to Dickens's A Christmas Carol and emphasizes the power of choices.
*I was confused the first half of the movie; I wish it had revealed more in the beginning. Also, although some have praised its use of real scientific theories and terms, I didn't understand any of it, further adding to my confusion.
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