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    Project Almanac

    A brilliant high school student and his friends discover plans for a time machine, they build it and use it for their own personal gain. But as the future falls apart with disasters, and each of them disappear little by little, they must travel back to the past to make sure they never invent the machine or face the destruction of humanity.
    Duration: 106 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2015
    IMDb: 6.4
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  • Actors of "Project Almanac"

  • Characters of "Project Almanac"

    David Raskin. Character of Project Almanac
    Played by: Jonny Weston
    Jessie Pierce. Character of Project Almanac
    Quinn Goldberg. Character of Project Almanac
    Played by: Sam Lerner
    Adam Le. Character of Project Almanac
    Christina. Character of Project Almanac
    Imagine Dragons. Character of Project Almanac
    Played by: Ben McKee
  • Directors of "Project Almanac"

    Dean Israelite. Director of Project Almanac
    Dean Israelite
    Birthdate: 20 September 1984, Johannesburg, South Africa
  • Creators of "Project Almanac"

    Jason Pagan. Director of Project Almanac
    Jason Pagan
    Andrew Deutschman. Director of Project Almanac
    Andrew Deutschman
  • Critic Reviews of "Project Almanac"

    The Atlantic
    January 21, 2016

    The genre dramatizes the identity formation that goes on during the digital technology-glutted adolescent years, which are filled with screens and captured images, whether from smartphones, cameras, vlogging, or pictures on social media.

    Chicago Reader
    February 05, 2015

    The premise has been done to death, but screenwriters Andrew Stark and Jason Pagan give it a fresh and pleasant spin by using it as a vehicle for adolescent wish fulfillment

    Village Voice
    February 02, 2015

    Ugly, unfocused photography makes it impossible to enjoy the film beyond its theoretical novelty.

    Philadelphia Inquirer
    January 31, 2015

    The premise, which initially has a certain interior logic, grows implausible and then nonsensical.

    January 30, 2015

    Maybe it will work better on home video where unrestrained camera movement is less likely to provoke nausea but it certainly doesn't work on a big screen.

    New York Magazine/Vulture
    January 30, 2015

    On the whole, this is a good B-movie that hits it modest marks.

    C├│digo espagueti
    April 25, 2017

    Project Almanac is a good entertainment, suitable for a teen movie or another proposal that uses the found footage format. [Full review in Spanish]

    Deseret News, Salt Lake City
    November 05, 2015

    Maybe every time-travel movie can't use a souped-up DeLorean, but Project Almanac may leave you wanting to pull out your old copy of Back to the Future instead.

    Movie Chambers
    June 16, 2015

    Yet another chance to berate the found-footage genre, and I'm going to take it.

    Sacramento News & Review
    May 30, 2015

    Let's be honest -- no gimmick in cinema past, present or future could make this tripe palatable.

    Vue Weekly (Edmonton, Canada)
    May 25, 2015

    This MTV Films-backed teen-romance for the GoPro-in-ADHD generation actually makes a music-fest a (creaky) plot-hinge. It's part wanna-be Primer, part energy-drink-hangover-experience.

    ABC Radio Brisbane
    April 05, 2015

    Aside from the last 20 minutes or so, this is a film with zero tension.

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