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The Man Who Used to Be Me (2000)

A former policeman (William Devane) gets the opportunity to travel back in time to catch his father's murderer and in so doing runs into his younger self (Rob Estes).

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A former policeman (William Devane) gets the opportunity to travel back in time to catch his father's murderer and in so doing runs into his younger self (Rob Estes).

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16 July 2000 (USA)  »

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Race Through Time  »

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Good acting and directing makes a passable story into something worth a look.
9 December 2001 | by (Sydney, Australia) – See all my reviews

Race Through Time (The Man Who Used To Be Me) is a passable story with some pretty substantial plot holes, but solid performances and strong directing make this an enjoyable feature just the same. Rob Estes has a good handle on his character, a cop facing tragedy, and William Devane shines as his older self, who returns from the future to help him. Laurie Holden turns in a powerful performance as their wife, navigating a delicate balance in her relationships with both versions of her husband. Well worth a look.


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