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Time Trap

Time Trap is a movie starring Andrew Wilson, Cassidy Gifford, and Brianne Howey. A professor enters a cave and goes missing. Some of his students come looking for him and get trapped in the cave as well. A few seconds in the cave...

Other Titles
Synkhole, Bây Thoi Gian
Running Time
1 hours 27 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Adventure, Sci-Fi, Action
Mark Dennis, Ben Foster
Mark Dennis
Andrew Wilson, Brianne Howey, Cassidy Gifford, Reiley McClendon
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A professor enters a cave and goes missing. Some of his students come looking for him and get trapped in the cave as well. A few seconds in the cave equals a year outside.

Comments about adventure «Time Trap» (4)

Gary photo

The big question I keep asking myself in reviewing the film is this: What is meant to be the ultimate conclusion for the T-800? Will this film's answer be as definitive as the one contained in the first two movies? I have to admit that my expectations were very high when I decided to see this film: After all, it was the sequel to the first two movies. The question is, to what extent was the franchise intended to follow the original trilogy? Is it merely just a series of loosely related films, or was there a coherent, if disparate plot, to follow? Because from the second film, I don't think I was the only one who found myself questioning if the whole experience was intended to be in the tradition of the original two movies. In my opinion, it certainly seemed like the former. The result of this is that I felt that the third film could be taken to be an existential morality tale, a vision of humanity's limited amount of potential. But even with this (somewhat negative) attitude, I didn't find it to be a wholly satisfying and satisfying ending, though it was undeniably satisfying. But instead of waiting for a satisfying answer, I would have preferred that we'd have spent more time in this world, exploring the possibilities that are only hinted at. Ultimately, the conclusion that they came up with was not the one I wanted. In that respect, it felt like a natural conclusion for the series, as far as I was concerned. But as far as it's being able to be fully satisfied by anyone's interpretation of the story, I think it left the series in a poor, overlong and unsatisfying place. Despite the negatives, I thought the film was good, in some ways better than the first two, but ultimately weaker than the second. Maybe it's because the story is still the same, but that is not to say that it didn't have some improvements: The relationship between the two leads (the T-800 and the human who programmed him) felt more developed, but the story is also somewhat more coherent and refined. The second act, which is the final third of the film, does work as an integral part of the overall movie, and is the strongest part, especially for the first part. The third act is, as expected, more metaphorical and allegorical. It is the direction the director, Marc Forster, is going to go with his films, but for some reason he feels that he needs to be more literal. The latter part of the film, which is the story of the last moments of T-800's life, is just a lot more dense and to the point than in the first two movies. The ending of the film is also a bit more ambiguous, in my opinion, than the final moments of the original two films. But what could have been an allegorical ending to a trilogy is, in fact, an allegorical ending to the first two films, and that's the way I felt about the film. As far as an overall satisfying ending to the series, the final third is good, but not that satisfying. It's definitely better than the other parts, but not very satisfying in my opinion. Overall, I think the T-800 should have remained a more enigmatic and mysterious figure, like he was in the original two films. But in the last third of the film, I think the film also had to drop some more hints about the past of the film and to focus on T-800 and the effects of the computer virus. In the end, I'd say that the third film, while being an interesting and absorbing piece of cinema, is slightly weaker than the first two, but certainly far from being a complete failure. In all honesty, I think it will definitely be on my list of my favorites of all time.

Samuel photo

I'm tired of seeing robots that look like human beings and that really hate humans. All robots in the movies look like "humanoids" or some other mental error like "robot". This movie is much better than the original trilogy. It's a good popcorn movie without a lot of violence or bad language. And all the bad actors and actresses are new. Only time will tell if they'll make a good series, but for now, they're OK. I give it 9 out of 10. And that's the only possible score.

Frank photo

A "Star Wars" fan must watch this movie in order to understand the "Star Wars" fan's reactions to the prequels. Although the prequels were not about all the Force that is, you did see the more important Force, you saw the Dark Side of the Force, and you got to see the Death Star, which has been in the Dark Side of the Force for many years. This movie was to the fans what the prequels were to the fans. They were all made on the same budget as this movie, just enough for the whole family to see, so that you can finally see "the Force." I also strongly recommend the "Making of Star Wars: The Force Awakens," which was also made on the same budget as this movie, but I would say it is even better because it also includes footage from the prequels. This movie is definitely worth your money.

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This movie is absolutely the best Sci-Fi movie I have ever seen. A lot of people are not happy with this movie because it is not the most original movie, but I think that it is great. It is different, it is new, it is just awesome. I would not be surprised if this movie is the best Sci-Fi movie of all time. I love this movie so much, that I would love to see it on a big screen.