Time travel may mean tomorrow never comes.
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Rating & Content Info
Why is Project Almanac rated PG-13? Project Almanac is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for some language and sexual content.
Violence: Characters break into a building and steal items. A boy’s hand is cut and begins to bleed when he breaks a window. A teen is accused of kidnapping. News coverage of a plane crash, fires and other disasters are shown.
Sexual Content: Several crude sexual comments are made. A teen couple is shown in bed together and it is insinuated that she often sleeps over at the boy’s house. A girl is seen wrapped in a towel. She opens the towel to expose her body to the boy. (No nudity is shown on screen.) Some kissing and embracing involving teens is shown.
Language: The script contains approximately 70 instances of coarse and sexual language including frequent scatological slang, two strong sexual expletives, profanities, vulgar expressions and some crude sexual references.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Teens drink alcohol in social situations.
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|British Columbia||PG||Coarse and Sexual Language.|
|Manitoba||PG||Not Recommended For Young Children, Coarse Language.|
|Ontario||PG||Language May Offend.|
|Canadian Home Video||PG|
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Cast and Crew
Project Almanac is directed by Dean Israelite and stars Sam Lerner, Sofia Black-D'Elia, Allen Evangelista, Patrick Johnson, Michelle DeFraites.
The most recent home video release of Project Almanac movie is June 9, 2015. Here are some details…
Home Video Notes: Project Almanac
Release Date: 9 June 2015
Project Almanac releases to home video with the following special features:
- Deleted Scenes
- Alternate Opening/Endings
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The movies The Time Machine (1960) and the remake The Time Machine (2002) also depict experiments with this kind of traveling. A son tinkers with his missing father’s experiment and enters another dimension in Tron: Legacy. And altering the past changes the future for a father and son in Frequency. The script of this movie makes mention of Groundhog Day, a film about a man who keeps reliving the same day.