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Testing his theories with a time machine of his own invention, scientist and inventor Alexander Hartdegen travels 800,000 years into the future, where he finds humankind divided into two warring races.
In the new film, it's personal tragedy that provokes the journey, not social upheaval or even scientific curiosity -- which, predictably, makes for a story that's at once more familiar and less interesting.
March 09, 2002
Minneapolis Star Tribune
If H.G. Wells had a time machine and could take a look at his kin's reworked version, what would he say? 'It looks good, Sonny, but you missed the point.'