i09 tacked the job of ranking every time travel movie ever made, and of course, Time Travel Movie fans are throwing down. Source Code is missing (is it a time travel movie or isn’t it? we say it is), both Looper and Back to the Future 2 beat the original Terminator, and the original Planet of the Apes got tossed in favor of a sequel. At least we can all agree that Terminator: Genisys doesn’t even make the list. #harmony
Top 5 honors go to Back to the Future, Primer, Groundhog Day, Back to the Future 2 and Time Bandit. What’s your top 3?
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