QUESTION NUMBER TWENTY: A man travels back in time to finish changing the past that his late friend was unable to change on his own visits back in time. Once he succeeds in changing the past, he returns to a different world that is far worse than if he’d never meddled with the past. What is the title?
YESTERDAY'S ANSWER: SOURCE CODE
QUESTION NUMBER NINETEEN: A soldier told he is on a secret mission keeps returning to the same terrorist attack, trying to collect the any information that might stop an additional attack. His commanders, withholding the information he seeks about his own military squadron, only tell him he was reported KIA and force him to continue his exhausting reliving of the explosion until he can help. What movie is this?
YESTERDAY'S ANSWER: BLACKOUT by Connie Willis
QUESTION NUMBER EIGHTEEN: Time traveling back to World War II, a historian hopes to learn about society at that time but she is marooned in time and left to try to survive like the rest of the Brits during the Battle of Britain, all the while keeping a keen eye out for her retrieval team who has abandoned her. What is the title?
YESTERDAY'S ANSWER: CHLOE'S GUARDIAN by Cheri Gillard
QUESTION NUMBER SEVENTEEN: While marooned in the past, a girl doesn’t know that the one who she depends on to come and rescue her and take her back to her own century is himself marooned in time and unable to help her unless he finds the needed remedy to break the curse keeping him away and powerless. What is the title?
YESTERDAY'S ANSWER: MISS PEREGRINE'S HOME FOR PECULIAR CHILDREN by Ransom Riggs
QUESTION NUMBER SIXTEEN: After finding a letter in his late grandfather’s favorite book, a boy goes to Wales to search for clues about who his grandfather really was. He stumbles into a time loop that takes him back to World War II and finds all of his grandfather’s outlandish stories were true. What is the title?
YESTERDAY'S ANSWER: Groundhog Day
QUESTION NUMBER FIFTEEN: Okay, let’s do a movie again. A newsman relives the same day again and again, no matter what he does to end the loop. When he realizes he can do anything he wants without consequence, at first he chooses only self-serving acts. But as the day continues to repeat itself, he learns to better himself and to begin doing good deeds for others. What is the title of this movie?
YESTERDAY'S ANSWER: A KNIGHT IN SHINING ARMOR by Jude Deveraux
QUESTION NUMBER FOURTEEN: An unlucky-in-love heroine falls for a time traveling medieval warrior called forward with her tears, but when he goes back to his own time, she learns from history books that he was executed. She travels back in time herself to save him but arrives in a time before they met, and he doesn’t know her so she must once again win his heart and trust. What is the title?
YESTERDAY'S ANSWER: HARRY POTTER AND THE PRISONER OF AZKABAN by J. K. Rowling
QUESTION NUMBER THIRTEEN: The magical hero and heroine must travel back in time to save two characters from execution, one a family friend and the other a favorite beast. What is the book title?
YESTERDAY'S ANSWER: SLAUGHTERHOUSE-FIVE by Kurt Vonnegut
QUESTION NUMBER TWELVE: A man who becomes unstuck in time moves around during his lifespan to re-experience different events in his life, including a World War II battle and alien abduction, plus having a child with a porn star. What is the title?
YESTERDAY'S ANSWER: 12 MONKEYS
QUESTION NUMBER ELEVEN: A criminal of the future is offered a chance of pardon if he returns to the past to a time when a terrorist organization obliterated civilization, leaving all surviving humans to live only below the planet’s surface. Once in the past, he encounters himself and watches himself be killed while pursuing the terrorist. What is this movie?
YESTERDAY'S ANSWER: THE MAP OF TIME by Felix Palma
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