Timecop (1994) (part 7 of 7)

Standing off in the distance, Modern Max watches as Classic Max goes through the smarmy dialogue again with Melissa. This does nothing to explain why he had to stop the rollerblading bandit, however.

There’s a brief moment with Classic McComb in D.C., getting an important phone message, and then it’s back to the mall, where a guy takes a picture of the couple. Modern Max is seen standing nearby, holding the same photograph. Significance? No idea.

Now the couple is back in bed, as Classic Max is about to receive that phone call. Downstairs, Modern Max tells Melissa to keep his other self upstairs. He goes out and disarms one of the attackers, but another gets Max’s gun and draws on him in the rain. But actually shooting the man they came here to shoot seems to not be an option for some reason.

A round is discharged, alerting Classic Max upstairs, who turns off the power to the house. Meanwhile, Modern Max disarms the guy who was drawing on him, but then he’s fired at by one of the goofy haircut twins, and has to escape.

Caption contributed by Martini Shark

You’d be angry too, when every day is a bad hair day.

A long sequence plays out, where the Hair Twins slowly explore the dark house, with the tension getting about as high as the grass on a putting green. Finally, one of the Twins tracks down Melissa, who’s crawled onto the roof. As he aims at her, Classic Max swings from a rafter and kicks him into the window and tosses him downstairs, and eventually out through another window. Which takes us to another dumb sequence.

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Multi-Part Article: Timecop (1994)

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