Ticking Clock Reviews
Directed by: Ernie Barbarash
R, 1 hr. 41 min.
DVD Release Date: January 4, 2011
mm a light suspense thriller suited for t.v. i suspect.
Light on action and mediem heavey on drama. The clues piece together like any p.i./investagative reporter crime drama.
Cuba Gooding Jr is a very good, expressive actor and it`s quite well produced B-Grade. Brings in the long arm of the law to this motion picture.
Likeable, light suspense though. Recommended
Cool twists, see to believe, imagine to enjoy.
(2011) Ticking Clock
SCIENCE FICTION THRILER/ HORROR
Another straight-to-rental Cuba Gooding JR vehicle and I must say by using a 'fast- forward' button on some boring parts while playing, this "Outer Limits- like" flick is not half as bad as some people don't want it to be since it's supposed to be a film and not a 45 minute tv episode. Anyways, Cuba gooding JR plays a reporter who happens to come and visit a close friend, only to find that she's been dismantled by a serial killer who has the ability to go back in time by using a time travelling instrument. Of course the police doesn't believe him and assume he might be the one whose doing it. They're plenty of plotholes with a very incompetent police force but sometimes the few memorable debate exchanges about other evil people such as Hitler and Charles Manson can overshadow the shoddy handling of the rest of the film. This movie also remenisces 2004 "The Butterfly Effect", "The Cell" and "Shocker"!
2.5 out of 4
The last 32 minutes becomes a little complicated..
After the ending i had to think a little to work this out ...i found it