How to tell you’re a nerd: Method 265 (or Temporal agents and the displacement fields they rode in on…)
While discussing your thoughts on the Spierig brothers’ time travel film Predestination, starring Ethan Hawke, you talked about how it was not quite the “temporal policeman catching criminals” film the trailer made it out to be, due to headache-inducing plot twists you predicted 45 minutes prior to their revelation in the film.
You also repeatedly expressed a determination toward finding and reading the Robert Heinlein story “All You Zombies” upon which the film is based, in order to verify the origin of the aforementioned twists.
To which your significant other replied, “So essentially, you were hoping for a feature length version of Time Trax?”
“Would that have been too much to ask?” you responded, adding, “It’s not like I was expecting a Timecop remake. At least Time Trax had some panache… and an artificial intelligence computer assistant disguised as a credit card.”
Posted on January 31, 2015, in Books, Comedy, fringe, Mind Drippings, Nerd Odyssey, Nerds, science fiction, Television and tagged comedy, Dale Midkiff, Ethan Hawke, films, generations, How to tell you're a nerd, humor, mind drippings, nerd odyssey, nerds, Predestination, science fiction, Spierig brothers, television, Time Trax. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.