|Originally posted by Meat187 |
And you read that book on the DVD or the internet I presume. To answer your absolutely rude question, for which I'll hate you for eternity, yes, I know, since I read it, too. I just choose to ignore it as it's not directly a part of the movie. The movie is great as it is and if the makers want to ruin it with some retarded explanation they can fuck right off. The time travel is their interpretation, I have mine, and I'm right, as usual.
Also, how exactly can you be amateurish when it comes to time travel? It's not like there was a "right way" or some obvious things you could do wrong with something defying our knowledge of physics. It can be retarded, unimaginative and pointless (and almost always is in movies) but I'm not sure I get amateurish...
Actually I never bothered to read it. It's rather evident from the movie, anyways.
What I meant by "amateurish" is that it reeks of unfamiliarity with the subject of time travel and that it's very unpolished. Portals through time can be opened through water? C'mon, that's really lame.
That being said, I actually enjoyed the movie.
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