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The movie has many interpretations for its sequence of events, and I believe it is meant to be that way. It's your CHOICE to decide on what you want to believe. This is what makes the movie so great. This is one of my many interpretations of how the sequence of events unfold. He is the nine year old boy that can see the future not the old man who can't ...


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I might as well answer this question before I forget as the OP provided more than enough plot details: You're looking for Tempting Fate from 1998 with Tate Donovan. From an IMDb review: A brilliant scientist is disregarded by the scientific community as harebrained and foolish. He manages to develop a machine that transfers a living being to a parallel ...


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Sounds like the pilot of Seven Days, that ran on UPN in 1998-2001. The President and Vice President were killed in a terrorist attack. Now it seems that a secret branch of the government has in their possession technology from the alien landing at Roswell, and they were able to use it to create a time machine that can send someone back in time seven ...


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He's right. Sheldon is just going with the alternate future created by "Biff giving almanac to his younger self and younger Biff starting to use it in 1958, and this alternate future doesn't contain Doc and Marty as people using the time machine to go to the future, as Doc would be in prison and Marty stepson of Biff as shown in the second part of the movie ...


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Ok I have a separate theory that is a bit different from the others I have read online. My problem with most interpretations is that they leave out Nemo’s ability to see the future (at least to a limited extent) and the importance of the big crunch event in the end. In my theory, these two circumstances creates a paradox, and in turn a very situational ...



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