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While hardly groundbreaking, this is smart, amusing post-pub viewing.
...an amiable, well-meaning bit of escapist sci-fi...
There are some good ideas, but I was disappointed not to get an ending that pieced everything together into a satisfying chain of events. The film provokes questions, all right, but too many are left unanswered.
Through no particular fault of the performers, it is pointless, perfunctory and painfully unfunny.
While entertaining, this feels like it belongs on TV.
Overcoming a limited budget with imagination and charismatic characters, it's a minor miracle to see a British movie take on a subject matter monopolised by Hollywood and emerge on level terms.
A good effort, but ultimately one that may have been more suited to a TV special than a fully-fledged feature, FAQ... is like that geeky friend you really want to like - if only they'd sort out their BO problem and stop talking about Deep Space Nine.
An undercooked, rapidly unravelling script, low-grade production values (is that the best future costume you have?), plodding direction and an apologetically crap ending are not worth the price of a cinema ticket in these belt-tightening times.
While it doesn't quite achieve the same standards as its recent forebears in British genre comedy, this modest film has amiable, convoluted charm.
Refreshingly, director Carrivick's feature debut is both dark, compelling and occasionally laugh-out-loud funny.
Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel is, unashamedly, a Mini Cooper of a film: small but nippy.
This is the worst film of the week, a dire British comedy, to which the only honest response is to soil and then set fire to the Union flag in the foyer of your local cinema.
Surprisingly good fun for a low-budget TV movie, but then again British sci-fi usually excels under these conditions.
Brilliant on all levels. With a great cast and a fantastic story, Carrivick made a funny and involving film that captures you from the beginning and keeps ahold of you well after the film has finished. With a bigger budget it would most certainly have been better and more imaginative and this would be perfect for a sequel.
If only bar trips here were as much fun as this trios trip to the pub. A quirky sci fi comedy that throws all the time travel mix ups out there. Its a fun romp wont be disappointed if you dont expect some hollywood blockbuster.
wow wot a shit movie!
not even funny which is surprising when it has two comedians in this movie, its not funny the story is just boring and a bit repeatative with a tidious storyline to be honest not worth the watch at all!
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