Frequently Asked Questions About Time TravelAfter losing his job at an amusement park, sci-fi geek Ray heads to the bar with his friends, fellow nerd Toby and die hard cynic Pete. There, the three social outcasts attempt to navigate a time-travel conundrum.Keywords:
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Directors of "Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel"Gareth CarrivickBirthdate: 16 November 1957, Plymouth, Devon, England, UK
Creators of "Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel"Jamie Mathieson
Critic Reviews of "Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel"Time OutApril 24, 2009
While hardly groundbreaking, this is smart, amusing post-pub viewing.About.comJanuary 08, 2011
...an amiable, well-meaning bit of escapist sci-fi...Sunday Times (UK)April 28, 2009
There are some good ideas, but I was disappointed not to get an ending that pieced everything together into a satisfying chain of events. The film provokes questions, all right, but too many are left unanswered.Observer (UK)April 28, 2009
Through no particular fault of the performers, it is pointless, perfunctory and painfully unfunny.Sunday Mail [UK]April 28, 2009
While entertaining, this feels like it belongs on TV.Digital SpyApril 25, 2009
Overcoming a limited budget with imagination and charismatic characters, it's a minor miracle to see a British movie take on a subject matter monopolised by Hollywood and emerge on level terms.Sky MoviesApril 25, 2009
A good effort, but ultimately one that may have been more suited to a TV special than a fully-fledged feature, FAQ... is like that geeky friend you really want to like - if only they'd sort out their BO problem and stop talking about Deep Space Nine.Total FilmApril 25, 2009
An undercooked, rapidly unravelling script, low-grade production values (is that the best future costume you have?), plodding direction and an apologetically crap ending are not worth the price of a cinema ticket in these belt-tightening times.Film4April 24, 2009
While it doesn't quite achieve the same standards as its recent forebears in British genre comedy, this modest film has amiable, convoluted charm.Empire MagazineApril 24, 2009
Refreshingly, director Carrivick's feature debut is both dark, compelling and occasionally laugh-out-loud funny.Times (UK)April 24, 2009
Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel is, unashamedly, a Mini Cooper of a film: small but nippy.GuardianApril 24, 2009
This is the worst film of the week, a dire British comedy, to which the only honest response is to soil and then set fire to the Union flag in the foyer of your local cinema.
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