| || Frequency |
by Toby Emmerich (Gregory Hoblit, director)
First release: 28 Apr 2000
In 1999, John Sullivan, living in his boyhood home, finds an old ham radio that his dad had built, he naturally wants to see whether it still works. As it turns out, not only does it work, but it puts him in communication with 1969 where he talks to his dad, Frank, on the very day before Frank’s death in a fire. Frank now avoids the fire, which gives his 1999 son the memories of both a fatherless life and a life where Frank survived but John’s mother did not.
I want you to hide that wallet: someplace where nobody’s gonna find it for thirty years.
| || Dude, Where’s My Car? |
by Philip Stark (Danny Leiner, director)
First release: 15 Dec 2000
After a day of whacky adventures, Dude and Sweet find the cosmic continuum transfunctioner, save the world, make up with the twins, and are transported back to a time before the hijinks ensued.
Wait a second, let’s recap. Last night, we lost my car, we accepted stolen money from a transsexual stripper, and now some space nerds want us to find something we can’t pronounce. I hate to say it, Chester, but maybe we need to cut back on the shibbying.
Time after Time 1: Everything in Its Time by Dee Davis
Romance Time Travel of 2000
Bodice rips are a more workaday mode of time travel than time ships.
Once a Pirate by Susan Grant
The Traveller by Lynn Kurland
Highlander 3: The Highlander's Touch by Karen Marie Moning
Embers of Time by Eugenia Riley
No Time Travel. Move along.
The Light of Other Days by Arthur C. Clarke and Stephen Baxter, Mar 2000 [viewing the past ]
Out of Time by Rob Gilmer and Ernest Thompson (Thompson, director), 17 May 2000 [long sleep ]
Seventeen Again by Stewart St. John, 12 Nov 2000 [fountain of youth ]