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A Sound Of Thunder

5/10

50 years in the future, time travel is developed, and Charles Hatton uses it to make money. Travis Ryer brings the rich clients back in time to hunt dinosaurs, with a few rules. The most important of which is to not change anything. But ofcourse, someone steps off the path, which alters history in huge ways. Now, Ryer and Sonia Rand must fix the changes to the timeline.
 
Although the idea is very interesting, the way the movie is witten and shot is very cliched and predictable. Burns and Kingsley both acted well, but the others performences wern't so good. The worst part, unfortunatly, was the special effects, which could have saved the movie, had they been halfway decent. The worst part is when Ryer and his assistant are walking down the street, and the background is just a moving picture. You can skip this one.

Director: Peter Hyams
Producers: Howard Baldwin and Karen Elise Baldwin
Screenplay:Thomas Dean Donnelly, Joshua Oppenheimer, and Gregory Poirer
Based on the short story by: Ray Bradbury
Cast: Armin Rohde, Heike Makatsch, Jemima Rooper, David Oyelowo,Wilfried Hochholdinger, Edward Burns, August Zirner, Ben Kingsley, Catherine McCormack 
2005