There's a lesson in this.
It's that if you build something, you'll destroy something. Also, once it's built, don't just try it out immediately, or else you'll disintegrate and leave only shadow and a small pile of ash.
Time travel is messy. Thanks for watching!
Not terrible at all
Reminds me of a certain Adam Sandler movie called "Click", though...
"Also, to all you guys claiming the movie has no ending... it does. Know that part where the movie stops and the replay button appears? That's the end. The story has an intentionally ambiguous conclusion that is meant to inspire personal interpretation and conversation. Any more traditional ending I could've included would've robbed the viewer of the opportunity to really think about the movie's message. Thanks for watching!"
To those reading this who remember "Click": was that multi-million-budgeted movie itself something substantive and original enough to deserve conversation and interpretation? How about this flash?
Nothing with Adam Sandler (with the exception of the excellent James L. Brooks movie, Spanglish) is worthy of serious conversation or interpretation. Thanks for watching!
So, people who concentrate too much on the future and forget about living in the present get vaporized in a malfunctioning time machine and get turned into a pile of radioactive ash. Truly a message for the ages. :)
Haha. Thanks for watching!
I loved it.
Everything is Smooth, The story is easy to understand and follow. people Claim there is no ending, but a longer ending would have been unnessesary since you can already understand why he headed to the past for or at least you can imagine is t very easily. Great Job
Thanks, Headshot. Glad you enjoyed the movie.
Thank man, I learned a lot of your flash ;)
Thank for your watch.