DVD Love & Teleportation

DVD Love & Teleportation
DVD Love & Teleportation
Run time: 92 min
Rating: 7.8
Genres: Romance | Sci-Fi
Director: Troy McGatlin
Writers: Troy McGatlin
Stars: Jan Van Sickle, Robin DeMarco, Adair Jameson
Brian Owens was once a prominent professor of quantum mechanics until an accident stripped him of his credentials; he now teaches at a community college. In order to reclaim his stature, he is trying to build the world’s first teleportation machine in his garage at night. Written by Anonymous
Country: USA
Release Date: 14 February 2013 (USA)


  1. Brian has a problem. Well, actually, he has a couple of problems. For one thing, he used to be a professor of quantum physics and now he teaches at a community college. Another problem is that he owes a bad guy a lot of money and two goons have showed up demanding payment in full or else. Brian could probably pay his debt back if he could get a venture capitalist to fund his invention, a device he calls "amzing-ish." The problem is that the invention–a transporter machine (yes, like the ones in STAR TREK) is broken and he doesn't know how to fix it. Truth to tell, he doesn't really know what's wrong with it. But Brian isn't in this dilemma alone. To his great surprise, the lovely Shelly has entered his life at the same time as all this trouble, and Shelly is going to make all the difference. This is a smart and sweet movie that offers great characters and solid performances.

  2. I saw this film on a lark and was most impressed. I knew nothing about the story but found it interesting and engaging. Not knowing anything about the film, it could have gone either way. It was such a pleasant surprise that I never write reviews but felt I should support an up and coming director. This director has an interesting point of view. I can only assume he thought long and hard about his shots, getting the most out of the actors and telling a story that kept me engaged. I look forward to seeing more from him in the future and think he is someone to watch for in the future. I don't know if this is in the theatres but I sure hope so because it deserves an audience.

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