History Film / Timecop

28th Feb '16 10:00:39 AM Morgenthaler
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* SickbedSlaying: [[spoiler:The protagonist's partner]] is recruited by the bad guys as TheMole, but becomes a loose end after they alter history to secure their rise to power. When the hero goes back in time where he left her in a hospital, he finds that she's already been murdered by an assassin and it ends up looking like he did it.
10th Feb '16 10:39:50 AM pittsburghmuggle
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* NoOshaCompliance: A large number of clearly marked flammable barrels are ignited, yet no audible smoke or fire alarms go off. When emergency serives arrives, it's the police with guns drawn, not the fire department.

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* NoOshaCompliance: A large number of clearly marked flammable barrels are ignited, yet no audible smoke or fire alarms go off. When emergency serives services arrives, it's the police with guns drawn, not the fire department.



* RippleEffectProofMemory
* SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong

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* %%* RippleEffectProofMemory
* %%* SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong



* TimePolice
* TimeTravel

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* %%* TimePolice
* %%* TimeTravel
10th Oct '15 9:08:44 AM Anicomicgeek
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* RecycledTheSeries



* TechnologyMarchesOn: When he's back in the 1920s, Max's ex-partner -- who comes from the early years of the twenty-first century -- listens to a portable music player. However, since the movie was made in 1994, it's a CD Walkman. Apparently, he never got around to updating to an iPod.
9th Jun '15 4:57:16 AM Odon
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* AnachronismStew: Played for full effect in the opening scene where five Confederate cavalrymen guarding a gold wagon [[spoiler:are massacred by a single man, when he suddenly produces two laser-sighted TEC-9 submachine guns from under his coat.]]

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* AnachronismStew: Played for full effect in the opening scene where five Confederate cavalrymen guarding a gold wagon [[spoiler:are massacred by a single man, when he suddenly produces two laser-sighted TEC-9 M91S submachine guns from under his coat.]]
9th Jun '15 4:54:03 AM Odon
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* AnachronismStew: Played for full effect in the opening scene where five Confederate cavalrymen guarding a gold wagon [[spoiler:are massacred by a single man, when he suddenly produces two laser-sighted TEC-9 submachine guns from under his coat.]]
1st Apr '15 4:38:51 PM Morgenthaler
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* FutureMeScaresMe: The villain of the second movie scares his past self. So much that he may change his future.



** The second movie begins with the villain attempting to kill Hitler.



* KarmicDeath: The criminal buying Wall Street stock makes a joke about a stockbroker who threw himself out the window just before he arrived. After being caught and sentenced to death, he's sent back in time to Wall Street -- in mid-air, several hundred feet up.

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* KarmicDeath: KarmicDeath:
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The criminal buying Wall Street stock makes a joke about a stockbroker who threw himself out the window just before he arrived. After being caught and sentenced to death, he's sent back in time to Wall Street -- in mid-air, several hundred feet up.



* KissMeImVirtual: The tech guy at the time agency is caught by his boss as he's using the resident VR machine for a porn scenario.

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* KissMeImVirtual: The tech guy at the time agency is caught by his boss just as he's using the resident VR machine for a porn scenario.



** It is in a shiny futuristic silver case. Maybe it's tightly compressed making it a much larger amount of C4 than would normally be contained in it.



* NeverTheSelvesShallMeet: The rule is that "two instances of the same matter cannot occupy the same space". So if lets say two different time-displaced counterparts of the same person (such as a Past Self and Future Self) ''do'' meet (or more specifically, touch), they end up canceling each other out. By that we mean [[spoiler:they fuse into a giant gushing fluid mass of body parts that dissolves out of existence in a matter of seconds]].
** Its a blatant violation of the laws of conservation of mass and energy, but hey, [[TimeCrash it could be worse]].
** In the sequel, however, this does not cause the person in question to melt out of existence, but results in them fusing into straight-up BodyHorror.

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* NeverTheSelvesShallMeet: The rule is that "two instances of the same matter cannot occupy the same space". So if lets say two different time-displaced counterparts of the same person (such as a Past Self and Future Self) ''do'' meet (or more specifically, touch), they end up canceling each other out. By that we mean [[spoiler:they fuse into a giant gushing fluid mass of body parts that dissolves out of existence in a matter of seconds]].
** Its
seconds]]. It's a blatant violation of the laws of conservation of mass and energy, but hey, [[TimeCrash it could be worse]].
** In the sequel, however, this does not cause the person in question to melt out of existence, but results in them fusing into straight-up BodyHorror.
worse]].



* TemporalParadox: Averted, changing the past makes a new present, but doesn't change you, thus if you went back and time and killed your father, you'd come back to find that you never existed, but you'd be fine.
** You can still receive new scars from injuries suffered by your younger self, though, as [=McComb=] learned when his younger self suffered a nasty cut on his cheek.

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* TemporalParadox: Averted, changing the past makes a new present, but doesn't change you, thus if you went back and time and killed your father, you'd come back to find that you never existed, but you'd be fine.
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fine. You can still receive new scars from injuries suffered by your younger self, though, as [=McComb=] learned when his younger self suffered a nasty cut on his cheek.



** The sequel uses a different method which can cause the time traveler to disintegrate upon departure, which is increasingly more probable if the same person goes through it repeatedly within a short period of time (from his/her point of view).



** The sequel plays with time travel much more than the first one. In the end, it is implied [[spoiler: that all the preceding events of the movie never happened because the villain accidentally changed his own past]].
23rd Feb '15 7:27:40 AM Morgenthaler
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* BeardOfSorrow: While '94 Max is clean-shaven, the Max of 2004 who's lost Melissa has notable PermaStubble.

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* BeardOfSorrow: While '94 Max is clean-shaven, the Max of 2004 who's lost Melissa has notable PermaStubble.PermaStubble and generally unkempt hair.
23rd Feb '15 7:23:21 AM Morgenthaler
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* KissMeImVirtual: The tech guy at the time agency is caught by his boss as he's using the resident VR machine for a porn scenario.
23rd Feb '15 7:16:07 AM Morgenthaler
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It had a short-lived [[RecycledTheSeries spin off show]], ''Timecop: The Series'', which featured a brand new cast and lasted for one season of nine episodes. There was also a direct-to-DVD sequel ''Film/Timecop2TheBerlinDecision'' (2003), taking place 20 years following the original.

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It had a short-lived [[RecycledTheSeries spin off show]], ''Timecop: ''[[Series/{{Timecop}} Timecop: The Series'', Series]]'', which featured a brand new cast and lasted for one season of nine episodes. There was also a direct-to-DVD sequel ''Film/Timecop2TheBerlinDecision'' (2003), taking place 20 years following the original.
25th Jan '15 9:14:15 AM Morgenthaler
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'''''Timecop''''' is a 1994 movie starring Creator/JeanClaudeVanDamme as Max Walker, a (wait for it) [[TimePolice Time Cop]] who has to go back in time to prevent other people from going back in time and messing up history. Mia Sara was cast as his wife Melissa, [[TheLostLenore who dies in the opening act]], resulting in Walker's zealotry in his job:

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'''''Timecop''''' ''Timecop'' is a 1994 movie starring Creator/JeanClaudeVanDamme as Max Walker, a (wait for it) [[TimePolice Time Cop]] Timecop]] who has to go back in time to prevent other people from going back in time and messing up history. Mia Sara was cast as his wife Melissa, [[TheLostLenore who dies in the opening act]], resulting in Walker's zealotry in his job:



The film was a modest box office hit, earning $101,646,581 in the worldwide market. With about 45 million earned it the United States market, it was its 30th most successful film that year. It had a short-lived [[RecycledTheSeries spin off show]], ''Timecop: The Series'', which featured a brand new cast and lasted for one season of nine episodes. There was also a direct-to-DVD sequel ''Timecop 2: The Berlin Decision'' (2003), taking place 20 years following the original.

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The film was a modest box office hit, earning $101,646,581 in the worldwide market. With about 45 million earned it the United States market, it was its 30th most successful film that year. It had a short-lived [[RecycledTheSeries spin off show]], ''Timecop: The Series'', which featured a brand new cast and lasted for one season of nine episodes. There was also a direct-to-DVD sequel ''Timecop 2: The Berlin Decision'' ''Film/Timecop2TheBerlinDecision'' (2003), taking place 20 years following the original.
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