Time Chasers 1994 — aka Tangents — A Time Travel Movie Trailer



Time Chasers 1994 — aka Tangents — A Time Travel Movie Trailer

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The Ultimate Time Transport must be Destroyed to Save the Future…
His mission is to save the future. But time waits for no man…
The times they are a changing…
Saving the future before time runs out…

An inventor comes up with the time machine but must prevent its abuse at the hands of an evil C.E.O. —crow_steve@hotmail.com

Nick creates a time machine out of an airplane and a Commodore-64 and shows it to his friends by taking them 50 years into the future. Nick sells the technology to Gen-Corp, a high-tech firm run by J.K. Robertson, whose office is in the mezzanine of a shopping mall. Robertson, however, turns out to be Evil and uses the time machine to plunder the future. With the lives of himself and his friends at stake, Nick needs to use his time machine to travel a week back in time and convince himself not to give the demo to Robertson. —Leo L. Schwab (ewhac@best.com)

In this low-budget sci-fi adventure, inventor Nick Miller (Matthew Bruch) constructs a time-travel machine from a small airplane and a personal computer. While Nick intends to use the machine for humanitarian purposes, he is persuaded to sell it to J.K. Robertson (George Woodard), the CEO of the Gen-Corp Corporation. Robertson’s nefarious use of the time machine nearly destroys reality as we know it, and Nick is forced to build another time vehicle to go back in time and stop Robertson’s reckless meddling. Shot entirely in Vermont, Time Chasers was featured on the Sci-Fi Channel series Mystery Science Theater 3000.

Synopsis: Spoilers?
Nick Miller has discovered the key to time-travel. Using a small plane located at his local airport in Vermont, the local college professor manages to fly 50 years into the future and return to the present day (1991).

Hoping to capitalize on this discovery, Nick places two calls: -the first call is to a local company called GenCorp, with Nick claiming he’s developed a new fuel-efficient engine. -the second call is to the local newspaper, where Nick claims his Grandmother is going to skydive for the first time.

The next day, Nick meets Matthew Paul from GenCorp and Lisa Henson from the newspaper. Nick is surprised to see Lisa as they both went to school together long ago. After coaxing both of them into his airplane, Nick then tells them about his discovery of Time-Travel. Though Matthew is apprehensive, Lisa suggests they go 50 years in the future.

Nick manages to take them to 2041. After landing, he shows them all that has changed. Nick also claims that he wishes to obtain an R&D grant because of his discovery, as he is currently out of money. Matthew then explains that once they get back, he intends to tell the head of GenCorp about Nick’s discovery as soon as possible.

Sometime after the three have returned, Matthew makes good on his promise, and Nick shows his discovery to the head of GenCorp, J.K. Robertson. Robertson immediately wishes to do business with Nick, and also offers a position at GenCorp to Lisa. However, Lisa refuses and cautions Nick that associating with GenCorp is a bad idea. Nick tries to get her to reconsider, but she walks away.

After some time, Nick turns over the information he has regarding his time-travel experiments, but on trying to access the files that are being kept in GenCorp’s computers, he finds that he does not have access to this.

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Plot: Spoilers?
Physics teacher and amateur pilot Nick Miller (Matthew Bruch) has finally completed his quest of enabling time travel, via a Commodore 64 and his small airplane. After being inspired by a television commercial for GenCorp, he uses a ruse to bring out both a GenCorp executive and a reporter from a local paper. To Nick’s surprise, the reporter is Lisa Hansen (Bonnie Pritchard), an old high school flame. One trip to 2041 later and Gencorp’s executive, Matthew Paul (Peter Harrington), quickly arranges Nick a meeting with CEO J.K. Robertson (George Woodard). Impressed by the potential of time travel, Robertson offers Nick a licensing agreement on the technology.

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