Time Lapse


Action  Sci-Fi  Thriller  

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - certified fresh 77%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - upright 64%
IMDb Rating 6.5


Uploaded By: OTTO
May 29, 2015 at 6:30 pm



John Rhys-Davies as Mr. Bezzerides
Matt O'Leary as Finn
George Finn as Jasper
720p 1080p
806.68 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 44 min
P/S 9 / 136
1.64 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 44 min
P/S 6 / 61

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by n/a 9 / 10


Time lapse is an independent film about a group of friends who discover a camera that can take pictures of the future. It's a nice concept and is executed very well. This is only a small budget film with few special effects, instead it relies on a sharp script, good acting and an interesting story. It doesn't take long to set the scene and is always interesting. As things go from bad to worse for the three friends there are a number of tense scenes and some surprising plot turns. As the film is set in one location it really requires strong performances from the cast and thankfully all three leads excellent as are all the supporting cast. This is a clever, impressive and very entertaining film which really shows what can be done with a limited budget. This film deserves a much higher profile and I would expect it's current rating of 6.9 from 437 votes to increase over time. Highly recommended.

Reviewed by n/a 9 / 10

Very impressive small budget sci-fi thriller

I usually disagree with the critic reviews on here; either I love the movie and they hate it, or I hate the movie and they for some reason find some kind of artistic merit blah blah blah and I find it totally boring.I managed to catch Time Lapse at the SIFF festival in Seattle. Both screenings were sold out, probably because of the good review in The Stranger. I like science fiction and time travel, so I decided to go.The movie was great. Those pictures coming out of the camera are like a drug, you just keep wanting to see the next one and get your next fix. And the story was genuinely surprising; I am pretty plot savvy and it definitely kept me guessing.I would say one thing, this movie is more thriller than science fiction, so if you're looking for some hardcore special effects or aliens or laserbeams, you are going to be disappointed. But if you go in looking to see a tightly plotted thriller with a sci-fi element, then you should have a great time.

Reviewed by n/a 9 / 10

For Once I Agree with the Critic Reviews

I caught this film at the Seattle International Film Festival a couple weeks back. Film makers, as well as the cast were there, answered questions, pleasant experience over all.So here it is...We got 3 close friends, various character types, all sharing an apartment together. One of which is the property manager. Things happen regarding one of their tenants, provoking concern, and leading the manager to go check on this individual. Upon doing so, a massive contraption is discovered in this tenants apartment, radiating an ominous green light, with photos of the three main characters tacked about the wall.Upon brief research, they soon learn this to be a camera that takes pictures 24 hours in advance. Oh, and the camera is pointed directly at their living room. And with it being so massive and complex, they can't exactly bring it where ever they want. So it's in this living room, where they leave clues for their past selves.Obviously (like most would), they use this invention for person gain. One of the three has more of a selfish intent, while the other two sort of superficially resist for a brief moment.It's from there that this close-quarters-adventure begins. Things get out of hand, characters change, we get a few laughs, jumps and an unforeseen reveal in the third act (you probably won't see it coming).I personally thought the film to be brief, clean cut, tightly written and straight to the point. It's also in my opinion, highly marketable. The direction was concise, production was smart, and casting was thoughtful. Nothing about it felt pretentious in the least, and I'm thankful for that. I got a few minor nit picks, but I'm a critical prick, so don't be surprised. What makes the film good, far out weighs any minor short comings.See it.

Reviewed by n/a 9 / 10

Tightly knit, well written, fast-paced thriller!

In some senses Time Lapse is a movie about time travel and all the paradoxes that would come in tow, but really that is just the stage that is used for a movie that explores many aspects of human nature. Time Lapse gives its characters a tool that can fulfill all their desires, and then shows the addiction, greed, manipulation, and general moral decay that follows.Bradley King and BP Cooper did a stellar job with the writing. They waste no time in setting up the plot, immediately put you on the edge of your seat, and keep you there until the credits roll. All the actors turned in excellent performances despite the challenge of their characters being designed to remind you of the parts of yourself that you try to deny. This is not a story of heroes doing heroic things; it is a story of your awkward twenty-something self trying to find the guts to do the right thing. The cinematography is particularly incredible. The movie is confined to a single modest apartment complex, and yet somehow it is chillingly beautiful. I never thought a man looking at a bunch of Polaroids pinned to a wall would be the recipe for a spectacular shot, but somehow it is. I haven't seen a movie with this kind of creepy and eerie beauty since Jean- Pierre Jeunet's early films.Time lapse is the directorial debut for Bradley King, and yet you would never know it by watching the movie. If he can pull something like this off on his first try at a feature film, I cannot wait to see what comes next.

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