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TimecrimesWhile a man looks at¬†a beautiful woman undressing¬†assaulted,¬†he in turn is attacked by a man whose head is swathed in bandages. He then¬†accidentally gets into a time machine and travels back in time nearly an hour...
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Directors of "Timecrimes"Nacho VigalondoBirthdate: 1977, Cabez√≥n de la Sal, Cantabria, Spain
Creators of "Timecrimes"Nacho VigalondoBirthdate: 1977, Cabez√≥n de la Sal, Cantabria, Spain
Critic Reviews of "Timecrimes"Orlando SentinelMarch 18, 2009
Very cool.Detroit NewsMarch 13, 2009
The key here is to keep things moving without letting the logical (or illogical) complications weigh down the action, and [director] Vigalondo does this well.Boston GlobeJanuary 22, 2009
The director operates his metaphysical contraption with enough wit to jolt away your skepticism.Chicago TribuneJanuary 08, 2009
The modest satisfactions of Timecrimes come down to a protagonist divided against himself.Chicago Sun-TimesJanuary 08, 2009
Timecrimes is like a temporal chess game with nudity, voyeurism and violence, which makes it more boring than most chess games but less boring than a lot of movies.Minneapolis Star TribuneDecember 19, 2008
The idea isn't bad, and Vigalondo makes the pretzel logic of the situation lucid, but he doesn't have the chops to give the tale the suspense and humor it needs.What CultureMarch 01, 2011
Hector's insane time-travel journey is an excellent example of high-concept sci-fi.Suite101.comNovember 01, 2010
Watching "Timecrimes" is like stumbling in a pitch-black haunted house. Hitting walls where paths should be is fun, and time-travel tropes of choice versus fate are inventively goosed. Even with five minutes left, it could conclude in any number of ways.DCistJune 12, 2010
The idyllic but mundane world of the film's opening segues smoothly into a sequence out of a highly intelligent slasher film, before finally settling into its niche as a darkly funny, and at times mildly disturbing, sci-fi thriller.Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)September 22, 2009
That rarest of rare things: an intelligent time-travel movie that actually holds together on closer examination.UGOAugust 13, 2009
While I enjoyed the film a great deal, I honestly wonder if there'd be this amount of hoopla if the picture, say, starred a yamhead like Val Kilmer and was set in New Jersey.Reel Film ReviewsJune 12, 2009
A smart, occasionally thrilling science fiction tale...
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