Director Michael Anderson (Logan's Run) is back in sci-fi territory with this time travel adventure.
After years sifting through crashed aircraft, Accident Investigator Kris Kristofferson (Convoy) cracks up. He begins a desperate search for a time-machine that hasn't yet been invented.
Cheryl Ladd (Charlie's Angels) is the woman he falls in love with - a woman who doesn't yet exist. Only she can explain just what happened to the passengers of the doomed 747, which Kristofferson is investigating.
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Millenium is a good film, although a little dated now. If you like the time travel films, this is one of the better ones. As said, the film is a bit dated but worth a viewing. The acting is good and the plot is not too bad. If your buying this at discount, consider it a bargain.
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