Project Almanac

Genre:  Drama, Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Thriller
Running Time:  106 min.
Release Date: January 30, 2015
DVD: June 9, 2015

Current rating: Rating: 3.47
based on 30 votes and 15 reviews
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Cast: Jonny Weston, Sofia Black-D'Elia, Sam Lerner, Allen Evangelista, Ginny Gardner

Synopsis

When a group of high school students find an old camera, they notice something odd in the footage. Their present selves are in one of the home videos from over 10 years ago.

The friends begin to realize that there is more to this camera than what meets the eye. After hearing a clicking sound in the basement, they find a time machine. Traveling to events all over the world in different eras and having the time of their lives, the friends think things can’t get any better.

But when their journeys cause ripples through time and create devastating circumstances around the world, the friends must go back in time and fix the mistakes they made before the world is destroyed.

Director: Dean Israelite
Studio: Paramount Pictures
Producer(s): Andrew Form, Brad Fuller, Michael Bay
Screenplay: Jason Harry Pagan, Andrew Deutschman
Official Site: projectalmanac.com

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  • 5 stars "Wonderful cast, Creative camerawork, flowless acting, creative script, excellent Directing, pretty good ending; leaves one satisfied but wanting a sequel."
  • 4 stars "Not bad at all despite the fact that it is always through second hand camera, a but annoying to watch but interesting enough to watch it all."
  • 4 stars "Was a really good movie. The cast was great! I wish the movie didn't totally depend on teenagers holding a digital camera though, but I understand it was going for nitty gritty and playing up the low budget trend to use cameras that are not the industry standard. Why people think movies are too "long" always surprises me though....."