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Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel
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Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel

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After 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.
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Times (UK)
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April 24, 2009

Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel is, unashamedly, a Mini Cooper of a film: small but nippy.
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Total Film
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April 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.
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Sunday Times (UK)
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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.
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Guardian
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April 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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Observer (UK)
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April 28, 2009

Through no particular fault of the performers, it is pointless, perfunctory and painfully unfunny.
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Sky Movies
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April 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.
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Time Out
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April 24, 2009

While hardly groundbreaking, this is smart, amusing post-pub viewing.
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Film4
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April 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.
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Sunday Mail [UK]
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April 28, 2009

While entertaining, this feels like it belongs on TV.
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Empire Magazine
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April 24, 2009

Refreshingly, director Carrivick's feature debut is both dark, compelling and occasionally laugh-out-loud funny.
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About.com
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January 08, 2011

...an amiable, well-meaning bit of escapist sci-fi...
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Digital Spy
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April 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.
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