Time After Time
Such a scrambling of fact, fiction and imagination in itself deserves back-patting and, for the most part, the rendering is as delightful as the basic idea. Picture marks the directorial debut of scripter Meyer and only occasionally does he let things drop into second gear. Sometimes the joke of observing a 19th century man stumble through a 20th century world runs thin, and actor McDowell is often allowed to play with a curious lack of verve, but overall Meyer juggles his mystery elements with the comedy threads very well.
Time After Time
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Goh joins his parents, Camille and Walker, on a family vacation to Azalea Town in the Johto region. During the drive to their cabin, Goh's mood changes when he sees a silhouette, which triggers a flashback of himself walking in the rain with a Sunflora. The cottage manager, Mr. Norris, greets the family, remarking that it has been some time since they last met, and Goh adds that it has been three years now. Mr. Norris notices that Goh has really grown up now, with Camille adding that he is now ten years old and a Pokémon Trainer. Mr. Norris then hands Walker the keys and leaves the family to enjoy their vacation. Once inside, his parents instantly crash and fall asleep, so Goh decides that he will head off into nearby Ilex Forest and catch himself some Johto Pokémon.
As Goh begins, a Hoothoot cry triggers another flashback from three years ago. The then seven year old followed the Hoothoot deep into the forest, where he finds himself surrounded by Pokémon. He then sets his sights on finding Mew, soon chasing after something elusive and agile. As he leaps to grab it, another young boy does the same, with the pair coming face to face and missing their target. While the Pokémon turns out to be a tricky Misdreavus, Goh asks the boy why he shouted "Celebi" just before. The boy is quick to point out that Goh mistook it for a Mew, before admitting that it appears they are both in the same boat. He introduces himself as Horace from Cianwood City, quickly becoming friends with Goh. Goh brags that he has actually seen a Mew during his time at Professor Oak's camp, impressing Horace. As Goh continues to rattle on about Mew, Horace already knows a lot about it as well, but is nonetheless impressed by Goh's knowledge. Goh is taken aback when Horace asks if he knows anything about Celebi, and quickly turns the tables to cover up the fact that he knows little about it. Horace says that Celebi is a forest guardian, appears in only beautiful forests, and are capable of time travel. Learning that Horace is yet to encounter Celebi, Goh offers to help him in his search.
Together, Horace and Goh search Ilex Forest for the elusive Celebi. Their search, however, is proving difficult. They stop by a waterfall for a moment, where Goh urges Horace to remain confident and pulls out a handheld computer, built by his parents, to help them find Celebi. Goh notices a trend after scouring through sighting reports, and suggests they travel to the Ilex Forest shrine. Goh checks the map, which shows that the shrine should be behind the waterfall and cave system somewhere. Afterwards, the boys find themselves surrounded by tall grass. Goh rushes ahead, with Horace following, only to encounter a wild Ariados, which sends them running back to where they started. Goh and Horace press forward again, only to find an agitated Pineco.
The next morning, Goh rushes out of the holiday cabin, and returns to the clearing with Sunflora. He arrives there, only to find Horace isn't anywhere to be seen. As time ticks by and rain begins to pour, Goh becomes increasingly frustrated that Horace never shows up. He and Sunflora leave the forest, where they are found by Goh's parents, completely drenched from the storm. In the present, Goh recounts that was the first and last time he saw Horace.
Goh's Raboot and Sobble turn to their Trainer, but Goh assures them he is fine and returns his attention to catching Pokémon. He calls out his Scyther and Farfetch'd to help cut down the tall grass. Scyther's Slash attack uncovers an Ariados, which Goh catches with a single throw. Next, they encounter a Pineco, and Goh adds it to his party. The two Pokémon remind Goh of his time with Horace, leaving him feeling frustrated at the betrayal of trust. Pressing ahead, Goh finally arrives at the Ilex Forest shrine. He spots a letter poking out, and opens it up to read it, revealing that it's from Horace. In it, Horace apologizes for not keeping his promise, admitting he had a fever on the day. He returned the day after, but Goh was nowhere to be seen. Horace wrote that he then returned the next year, discovering the shrine in the hopes that Celebi could send him back in time to help him keep his promise. After Celebi never answered his pleas, Horace left the letter at the shrine instead. A voice calls out "Goh", leading Goh to turn around. Much to his shock, Horace, and his Pokémon partner Chikorita, arrive at the shrine. Horace admits he has so much to tell him, and the two boys begin walking over to greet each other. Meanwhile, a pair of Celebi, including a Shiny one, fly over them before leaving.
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Sam and Dean arrive in Canton and set up in an old abandoned house. They then go to talk to the man who saw the assault. The witness, who was self-medicating, reluctantly explains that he was out medicating when he heard fighting. Durbin was arguing with a man dressed in an old-style suit and fedora, who grabbed Durbin's neck. Red energy passed through Durbin into the hat guy and the victim aged to death in seconds. The brothers thank him for his help and head back to the house to check their info sources. Sam confirms that a lot of weird dead bodies turn up in Canton going back to 1928. In each case, the victims died the same way as Durbin, each time in groups of three. Dean taps into the local feeds, explaining that Frank taught him how to do it, and accesses the camera near the gas station where Durbin died. They spot the man in the old-style suit and Sam points out that the same man is in photos of the older murders.
The brothers talk to Terry Cervantes, who was a young girl and found one of the mummified corpses decades ago. She recognizes the man in the photo as Ethan Snider, who lived on her parents' street. The Winchesters go there and wait, and finally spot Snider coming out of a house. He walks down an alleyway and the brothers split up to follow him, and Dean sees Snider killing another victim. He throws himself at the man and they struggle, and Dean catches a glimpse of his ring, with an infinity symbol on it. Snider manages to get away and runs off. When Dean goes after him, he finds himself on a street in 1944. Two cops spot him with his gun and order him to surrender, and a surprised Dean reluctantly does so.
Ness gets some files and comes back to the holding room. Dean admits that time travel isn't common where he came from, and they figure they're hunting the same thing in different centuries. Ness shows him photos of two dead men who were mummified, and figures that the third victim will be killed soon. He takes Dean out but insists that he has to get some new clothing. They stop at a tailor, Ezra Moore, and set up Dean with a suit and fedora.
Dean puts on his new suit and slicks back his hair. Ness tells Ezra that they need her help and that they are hunting a time traveler. Sam and Jody go over photos of the crime scenes and spot Snider, and Sam recognizes the symbol on the ring.
Ezra identifies the symbol on the ring and explains that it belongs to Chronos, the God of Time. Sam explains that the ancient gods aren't what they used to be and are really pissed. Ezra figures Chronos is killing people for his "time-juice." Back in the present, Sam tells Jody that they need to find a way to summon a god.
Ness is outside the house when Chronos comes after him. He explains that he already stopped by the police station to take care of Dean and realized that Ness was onto him. They fight and Chronos easily knocks him down and through the nearby barn wall. Lila comes out, doesn't see Ness, and Chronos pretends that he's a normal man, since she doesn't know what he really is. When she goes back inside, Chronos realizes that Ness has slipped away. Chronos goes back inside and tells Lila that she should pack a bag. He invites her to come with him and insists that everything is fine, including her.
Jody comes back and discovers that Sam has fallen asleep. She sends him into the bedroom to sleep and he lies down on the spot where Dean was working. Sam spots his name carved into the floorboard and pulls it loose, and finds a message from 1944 from Dean. He shows it to Jody and they realize that Dean knows what is going on and is going after Chronos. The letter is dated and they know what date Dean touched Chronos. Now they need the time, and track down a now-elderly Lila at the retirement home. They ask her about Chronos and she recognizes him as her lover, Snider. She tells them that the last time she saw Snider was at 11:34 in November 5 when every clock in the house stopped. Lila tells them that Snider said awful things and then strangled one of the two policemen that came to arrest him. Sam shows her a photo of Dean and she identifies him as the man that Snider strangled to death. 041b061a72