Slipstream (2005)

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An ordinary scientist finds himself caught in a vicious cycle after harnessing the power of time travel in this sci-fi tale starring Lord of the Rings' Sean Astin and Snatch heavy Vinnie Jones. Mild mannered scientist Stuart Conway (Astin) has just made the discovery of the century. Deep within the confines of a secret military base, Conway has created the Slipstream device - a miniature time travel machine that allows him the ability to travel ten-minutes into the past at the push of a button. … More

Rating: R
Genre: Action & Adventure, Mystery & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Directed By:
Written By: Phillip Badger
On DVD: Nov 8, 2005
Runtime:
LionsGate Entertainment

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as Stuart Conway

as Sarah Tanner

as Winston Braggs

as Jack

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All Critics (3)

Omnipresent camera-spinnings can't deliver enough slickness to hide Slipstream's half-baked concept and frequently horrific dialogue.

Full Review… | January 1, 2006
DVDTalk.com

...baffling, irritating, and even a little infuriating...

Full Review… | November 6, 2005
Reel Film Reviews

combination of poor man's MATRIX and GROUNDHOG DAY

Full Review… | October 24, 2005

Audience Reviews for Slipstream

½

This movie reminds me of "In Time" and "Immortals", but in a bad way.
The first also had a mind-blowingly awesome and cool premise/devices, but didn't explore that concept's full potential.
The second just had an excessive amount of slow-motion action sequences.

That being said, I (who mostly watches current Hollywood flicks) found it refreshing to see no actors or actresses I had seen before, which sorta gave the movie's characters more depth as I didn't associate any actor/actress with the kind of role they usually have.

Beyond that, though the movie's storytelling could've been smoother, the main character's gaze more focused, and the ending a bit less predictable and therefore convenient.

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Regarding the time travel itself, the suspension of belief required was a little too high. Moving in time AND space? No one around you reacting to your inexplicable clothes change? Physical contact with the device needed but only to a point? The list goes on.

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