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In 'The Philadelphia Experiment', a secret government research project tries reviving the World War II "Philadelphia Experiment," which was an attempt to create a cloaking device to render warships invisible. When the experiment succeeds, it brings back the original ship (the Eldridge) that disappeared during the first test in 1943 - which brings death and destruction to the 21st century. It's up to the sole survivor (Lea) of the first experiment and his granddaughter (Ullerup) to stop it.Written by
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Near the end of the movie, when the Dr. Falkner is describing controls to Bill Gardner, he calls one a "Magnetic Flux Capacitor", perhaps as a nod to the Back to the Future movies, which are also about time travel. See more »
When Gardener says "volts are volts and Hertz are Hertz." In 1943 Hertz wasn't used - it was 'c/s' (cycles per second). See more »
Could not look away, which is normally a good thing
Whilst ironing I figured I'd turn the TV on, this film was already on. Ever witnessed a car crash or someone fall over, you know it's going to be bad but you couldn't look away? This was like that. I watched it to the bitter end, it's flawed and cheesy, poorly edited and the soundtrack trite, I rate several of the actors in it but you can only do so much so I don't lay the blame at their feet as if the script is laughable and the director tells you to stumble down that corridor uttering scripted banalities then that's what you do. The original was much better with probably a much smaller budget and FX team so watch that instead. Trust me. Still, I did get my ironing done and that's something.
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