The Time MachineReviewer: Ruben Schönefeld
Changing the past, even when owning a time machine, seems to be more difficult than it first appears to its inventor Alexander Hartdegen. So instead, he travels 800 thousand years into the post-apocalyptic future. There, he's lending a hand to a hand to the Eloi, who are regularly hunted by the subterranean morlocks. Luckily, one of the Eloi is an English teacher, so she's the only one who can effortlessly communicate with the time traveller. Overall, it's all a bit over the top silly, and besides the impressive, Oscar-nominated makeup of the morlocks, not much about it is memorable.