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The unique mix of simultaneously droll and broad humor is very nicely delivered by a well-cast ensemble, resulting in a polished oddity that should make a splash at home, while attracting decent overseas interest.
A grounded sci-fi mini-odyssey with lots of creativity and even more laugh-out-loud gags.
An entertaining romp that poses the question of what would happen if an utterly inept criminal gained the ability to time travel.
The script is foul-mouthed and very funny, revelling in its distinctly Kiwi rhythm and dialogue. There's a dry wit to the gags, frequently bordering on absurdism.
...enjoyably silly and gorily slapstick laughs.
Mega Time Squad is an event that should be repeated.
Mega Time Squad has certainly been well shot --, but unfortunately there's just something intangible missing to make it truly special.
Writer-director Tim van Dammen (Romeo & Juliet: A Love Story) mines the conceit for all its comedic value, while creating a variety of memorable situations and characters.
A manic, light-hearted comedy about a nice young criminal who uses time-travel paradoxes to create a gang of himself (himselves?)... Absurd, childish, petty, seemingly dumb but actually clever.
Tim van Dammen's small-town coming-of-age comedy Mega Time Squad is a time-travelling, multiple-personality blast
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