A Sound of Thunder (2005) (part 13 of 13)

Ryer climbs into the chair, and Transplanted TAMI starts the countdown to the jump. And it seems the emergency generators will have enough power to run the particle accelerator. Hey, why not?

The Baboonosauri are almost through the doors, and if that’s not bad enough, the last time wave is sweeping through the city. Just as the countdown reaches zero, the Baboonosauri finally break through the doors—Although, they aren’t actually shown doing so. The doors just sort of fly open by themselves. Maybe they were supposed to add the creatures in post-production.

Caption contributed by Mark M.

“The university” also has a waterbed in their nuclear reactor core.

Gird your loins for the second stupidest thing in the entire movie. The last time wave sweeps through, causing even more vegetation to appear. Note, however, that the city is still filled with buildings. You know, buildings built by humans. Humans that have now officially been erased from the timeline. Never existed; an evolutionary dead-end. So where did the buildings come from, huh? Aaarrrgh!

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Mark M. Meysenburg

Mark teaches at Doane College, a liberal arts college in Crete, Nebraska. Most of his teaching involves computer science, but Mark also occasionally teaches mathematics and the history of science; he has also been known to offer three week courses on the worst movies ever made. Mark's bad movie obsession was kindled in the early 1980s by the Medved brothers, then fanned to full flame by late-night showings of Plan 9 from Outer Space. Who could have predicted the long term effects of satin-pajama-clad, mincing alien menace? Mark's other interests include homebrew beer and wine, and practicing and teaching martial arts.

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