Timeline

Timeline (2003)

Plot summary

It starts when an old man is driving in his car in the middle of the desert when he sees a dying man suddenly appear in front of him. He's ice cold and doesn't live at the hospital. All that was found on him was a cross-necklace with ITC on it. The only thing the man said was Castlegard.
A group of archeaologists are working in the ruins of La Roque. One of these archeaologists, the professor, goes missing for three days. Two others, Kate Ericson and Andre Merrick, go into a room in the ruins of a monastery and find an old document. When Josh Stern, a physacist, clears up the writing, Chris-professor's son-Kate and Merrick see the professor's handwriting pleaing for help. The three and Francois, their friend, go to ITC and Donneger-starter of ITC-tells them that the professor is back in 1357 Castlegard, France. The four and ITC employee Frank Gordon and his marine friends go back in time to find the professor and help the French to win the war against England.

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When Lord Oliver states who he is at war with, he also asks about the Spanish. The Spanish at the time where not unified, instead he probably would have referred to them as the Castilians or the Aragonese.

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Trivia

Although the movie was almost a completely different story than the book, they did make reference to a scene in the book: when you see the guy in the beginning in the hospital, he has blood all over his face. The reason is because right before then he was talking about Quantum Foam and then went into convulsions, then started spewing up blood...gory, but a nice add in to let us know that the writers actually read the book.

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