Allen Evangelista and Guest - A host of stars were snapped as they arrived for the Los Angeles premiere of the sci-fi thriller 'Project Almanac' which was held at the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 28th January 2015
David Raskin is a regular teenager going through regular problems i.e. girls, grades, and hangs around with his friends who have their own issues too from poverty to bullying. But soon their problems become huge disasters when David discovers his teenage self reflected in a mirror on a video tape of his seventh birthday. Determined to solve the mystery, the friends explore his father's old workshop where they discover blueprints for Project Almanac - a temporal re-location device that can transport the users into a past time. They decide to build the time machine, and subsequently abuse its potential, using it to get their own back on bullies, pick up girls and force a lottery win. Soon they notice that their bodies are becoming dislodged from their own temporal plane and a string of deadly disasters are occurring all around them. Can they turn back time so that they never turned back time? Or is it too late for the damage to be undone?
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When one teenager discovers his father's old camera, a video of his seventh party is found to be still on there. However, a glance in the corner of the screen tells him that something very strange has happened (or will happen) as he spots what looks very much like his teenage reflection in the mirror on the wall. Puzzled, he and his friends trawl through his father's old workshop and attempt to find the source of an odd clicking noise. It's then they discover a strange device hidden under the floor and papers for the construction of a temporal relocation prototype - in other words, a time machine. When they successfully manage to go back to yesterday, they begin to change various areas of their past which, consequently, has disastrous effects on all their futures. In a bid to get everything back to normal, they try to go back and 'unchange' everything - at serious mortal risk.
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