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  • Timecrimes on Random Methods Of Time Travel In Movies

    (#18) Timecrimes

    How Do You Travel? By accidentally scaring your past self into accidentally finding a time machine in a house in the woods.

    Are There Unfortunate Side Effects? There’s a chance you might stab yourself, hit yourself with a car, and attempt to slay your own wife.

    How Comfortable Is It? As comfortable as bandages on a disfigured face.

    Is It One-Way? If one of your other time-traveling selves succeeds in taking you out.

  • Primer on Random Methods Of Time Travel In Movies

    (#20) Primer

    • Shane Carruth, David Sullivan, Keith Bradshaw, Kevin Lucero Less, Casey Gooden, Anand Upadhyaya, Jack Pyland, Jon Cook, Jay Butler, Ashley Warren, David Joyner, Eric De Soualhat, Brandon Blagg, Ashok Upadhyaya, Juan Tapia, Delaney Price, Carrie Crawford, John Carruth

    How Do You Travel? Inside a metal box you and your buddy designed in his garage.

    Are There Unfortunate Side Effects? If you get out too late/early, you could go into shock, experience nausea, and even become comatose. After repeated uses, you may experience bleeding from the ears, and your handwriting may suffer. There's also the whole possibly-psycho doubles and triples of yourself to contend with.

    How Comfortable Is It? The time machine is dark, cramped, noisy, and flushed with argon, necessitating the use of an oxygen mask. Also, you have to stay inside the box for the duration of time you want to travel. Your claustrophobia may be going off the charts just thinking about it. This is no doubt one of the least comfortable time travel methods ever put on screen.

    Is It One-Way? Only if one of your other time-traveling selves shuts off the machine while you're using it.

  • The Time Machine on Random Methods Of Time Travel In Movies

    (#4) The Time Machine

    • Yvette Mimieux, Rod Taylor, Alan Young, Sebastian Cabot, Whit Bissell, Tom Helmore, Don Sahlin

    How Do You Travel? In a stylish steampunk contraption comprised of a couch, gear shift, and spinning things.

    Are There Unfortunate Side Effects? No, but if you have a reason for making a time machine, that creates a paradox preventing you from being able to change that event, and something-something... Okay, somehow the paradoxes in this film make less sense than the ones in Hot Tub Time Machine.

    How Comfortable Is It? As comfortable as sitting on a leather sofa. It may get a bit windy at times.

    Is It One-Way? Only if it breaks - or, say, the owner chooses to destroy it on purpose.

  • Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home on Random Methods Of Time Travel In Movies

    (#3) Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home

    • William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, George Takei, Catherine Hicks, DeForest Kelley, James Doohan, Nichelle Nichols, Grace Lee Whitney, Jane Wiedlin, Jane Wyatt, Vijay Amritraj, Walter Koenig, Majel Barrett, John Schuck, Michael Berryman, Brock Peters, Joe Lando, Mark Lenard, Madge Sinclair, Robert Ellenstein, Raymond Singer, Robin Curtis, Phil Rubenstein, Nick Ramus, Stephen Liska, Alex Henteloff, Kirk R. Thatcher, Judy Levitt, Viola Kates Stimpson, Everett Lee, Marty Pistone, Teresa E. Victor, Eve Smith, Jeff Lester, Tony Edwards, Michael Snyder, Bob Sarlatte, Joe Adamson, Monique DeSart, Joe Knowland, Scott DeVenney, Mike Timoney, John Miranda, Greg Karas, David Ellenstein, Thaddeus Golas, James Menges, Richard Harder, Newell Tarrant, Mike Brislane, Joseph Naradzay, Tom Mustin, Jeffrey Martin, Donald W. Zautcke

    How Do You Travel? By looping a spaceship around the sun. 

    Are There Unfortunate Side Effects? No. You just have to survive the whole "getting close to the sun" thing.

    How Comfortable Is It? As comfortable as the spaceship being used, and the HMS Bounty looks like it's pretty comfortable. 

    Is It One-Way? No, but if you take on extra mass - say, by picking up a few humpback whales and some ocean water - it can make going around the sun more difficult to pull off.

  • About Time on Random Methods Of Time Travel In Movies

    (#11) About Time

    • Rachel McAdams, Margot Robbie, Bill Nighy, Tom Hollander, Domhnall Gleeson, Lindsay Duncan, Vanessa Kirby, Tom Hughes, Aiysha Hart, Harry Hadden-Paton, Will Merrick, Richard Cordery, Lydia Wilson, Clemmie Dugdale, Joshua McGuire, Devin Gibson

    How Do You Travel? In a dark, quiet place, like a closet.

    Are There Unfortunate Side Effects? No, but you might accidentally turn your daughter into a son, and back again.

    How Comfortable Is It? As comfortable as allowing your sister to get into a near-fatal car wreck while driving under the influence so as to avoid your daughter becoming a son.

    Is It One-Way? If you're unable to get to your quiet place.

  • Hot Tub Time Machine on Random Methods Of Time Travel In Movies

    (#7) Hot Tub Time Machine

    • Chevy Chase, Lyndsy Fonseca, Lizzy Caplan, John Cusack, Diora Baird, Jessica Paré, Crispin Glover, Sebastian Stan, Craig Robinson, Rob Corddry, Thomas Lennon, Crystal Lowe, William Zabka, Collette Wolfe, Amber Hay, Clark Duke, Lynda Boyd, Rob LaBelle, Charlie McDermott, Viv Leacock, Jacob Blair, Michael Roberds, Geoff Gustafson, Rhys Williams, Kellee Stewart, Robert Wu, Adrienne Rusk, Eduardo Noda, Ecstasia Sanders, Eli Jane, Julia Maxwell, Josh Heald, Willy Lavendel, Daren A. Herbert, Paul Dzenkiw, Jamie Switch, Keith Roenke, Crystal Tisiga, Marie West, Amy Esterle, Aliu Oyofo, Jake Rose, Brook Bennett, Ian Duffy, Ryan Guldemond, Cole Carson, Blaine Anderson, Kenny Smith II, Megan Holmes, Jocelyn C. Waugh, Curtis Santiago, Adam Sabla, Peter Wilson, Edward Ruttle, Anthony Dallas, Jeremy Page, Lars Anderson, Brent Lister, Odessa Rojen, Natalia Dawn, Austin Warren, Donald McDonald, Ava Leemet, Chad Garner, Anthony Pagni, Chad McDonald, Heathcliffe Scaddan

    How Do You Travel? In a soothing hot tub with your buddies, probably while hammered.

    Are There Unfortunate Side Effects? Not immediately, but if you happen to run into your parents in the past, you may end up erased from existence.

    How Comfortable Is It? So long as the water temp stays warm and the bubbles keep bubbling, this may be the most comfortable way to time travel.

    Is It One-Way? Only if you run out of “Chernobyl” energy drink.

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