Based on the original H G Wells classic novel – The Time Machine.
What’s done is done or is it? Alexander Hartdegen builds a fantastic machine to undo a devestating personal tragedy by travelling through time.
After a visit to the past an accident hurls the inventor into the distant future where humanity is facing certain doom.
The acting was good and this film really pulls you into the gripping story. The scenes are breathtaking and the period costume of the inventor has been meticulously researched. Although the plot becomes a little scrambled towards the end of the film.
Fans of the original 1960’s film may well be dissapointed with this modern adaptation of Wells fantastic story.