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Here's a neat diagram that will help you see the events happening in a chronology. (Source : Predestination Timeline Explained) The link has a lot more detailed explanation. Follow it from the Pink, to the Blue to the Green for chronology. It would be: 1) Jane left at orphanage 2) Jane meets and falls in love with an unknown man (John) 3) Unknown man ...
Major plot hole they didn't even need the gas they now had a working time circuit that they could place on the DeLorean that doc arrived
For the same reason Batman lived as long as he did; when no one is there to supervise the death, there's no way to be sure the death actually occurred. Yes, I guess they could have someone sitting outside the blast furnace door peeking through a window to make sure the transport took place, but why bother? Sticking them in a field and knowing they're gonna ...
VERY GOOD OBSERVATION BUT I BELIVE IT WAS EXPLAINED ALL PPL HAVE A CHOISE TO BE GOOD OR EVIL BIFFS POSSIBLITIES ON HUMANITY VARYS ON HIS EXPIRIANCE AS U NOTICE FROM END OF PART 1 SO ULTIMATELY 2015 TIMID AN INSECURE ELDERLY BIFF ONLY SEES THE BENIFITS ON FINANCE 4 HIS YOUTHFUL SELF. HE HAS FORGOT ALL ABOUT THE FATUATION HE HAD FOR MARTYS MOTHER. IN ESCENTUAL ...
Figured it out. Galactica 1980, episode two.
This sounds very much like a description of H.G. Wells' The Time Machine. It has been adapted to film more than once, but the two most famous ones are from 1960 (which I haven't seen yet though) and from 2002, which I have seen and know that it invloves a partially destroyed moon at some point in the future. And given that you didn't say the movie itself ...
That movie is called The Time Machine
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